Gradient Wipe Transitions for Final Cut Pro: Pentagonals
by Bruce Rawles (author of Sacred Geometry Design Sourcebook)
If you use Final Cut Pro® (a registered trademark of Apple Inc.) to do video editing, these Geometric Video Patterns (images for gradient wipe transitions) can greatly enhance your production with visually appealing proportions based on the same principles used by Renaissance master artists; now you can use them with today’s ubiquitous art form – video! Here’s a sample video showing 3 sample transition patterns.
Sacred Geometry Video Patterns are a great companion to Final Cut Pro®.
The images (over 30!) in the digital download, represented by the thumbnail images above, are full NTSC resolution (720 x 480 pixels, without the website label, of course.) Simply drag a pattern into the “Gradient Wipe Transition” window in Final Cut Pro to create the desired transition. Here’s more info about how to use them. To get a feel for how they might look with your video, please check out the sample video above; the static images don’t completely convey the dynamics of the transition like live video can.
Ordering Sacred Geometry Video Patterns: Pentagonals
Other Sacred Geometry Video Pattern Sets
– Ed Keller, videographer, Spiritual Video : Ed-I-Fy Productions
Want a pattern you don’t see here? Custom patterns … and countless variations on the ones you do see … are available upon request; contact us! The pattern set above is available now in SD (Standard Definition; NTSC 720 x 480 pixels) and soon in “HD” (High Definition; 1280 x 720 pixels) flavors!
If you need any information about any of these patterns and the geometry used in their construction, contact us!
By the way, the reason these images are all gray-scale (no color) is that the wipe transition uses only the luminance (brightness) information in the image and not the chrominance (color) information. Here’s an example of an image from this pattern set that was made with color gradients instead of grayscale: