01 Premiere Pro EN

Hello everyone!

I’m Ayana, a Vtuber!

Today, I will explain how to create a Wipe screen.


Let’s begin!

Let’s start!

This is a wipe screen that is often seen on TV, and with Premiere Pro it is easy to create. You can also emphasize it with a foot or shadow.

You can also use it for making YouTube videos, so I recommend learning it!

Add Wipe screen

Prepare 2 videos

①Here is a video clip to use as a wipe.

②This is the video that will be displayed on the full screen. Make sure that the wipe clip is above this one.

Select mask

Select a video clip to use as a wipe and from the Effects Control panel-> Opacity, create the mask.

Mask was created

This is how the mask is created.

Pay attention, because this next part is really important!

Let’s begin with “Moving only mask” and then “Moving mask and video simultaneously”!

Moving only mask

First, let’s move only the mask.

When moving the mask, the position of the video will not be changed. Only the mask is moved.

At this point, choose the range you want to mask!

Moving mask and video simultaneously

Then I will continue with「Moving mask and video simultaneously」

From Effect Control -> Motion -> change Position and Scale

I tried to change the position of the wipe like this.

The wipe screen was just created!

Add border to the wipe

Next, I’ll show how to add a border to the wipe!

Set Mask Feather as 0

Using Color Matte

Right-click the empty space in the project panel and select New Item -> Color Matte. Please select your favorite color to make the mat color.

① Place the color mat on the track below the wipe video.

② In the program monitor it will be displayed like that.

Copy and paste the effects of motion and opacity of the video used as a wipe onto the color mat you just mentioned. Then the wipe and color mat will overlap each other.

Select a color mat and change the thickness of the border by changing the ‘ Mask Expansion’!

Then we will have the border like this!

Finally, let’s Nest the color mat and wipe!

Nest was created

You can also add effects and animations such as “Drop shadow” to the nested wipe clips.

Now you know how to make a wipe screen!


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