Baker Easy Transition V2 Preset Bundle (Preset, CC, Sound FX)

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Baker Easy Transition V2 Preset for After Effects (CS6 and up) and Premiere using Dynamic Link. This is a single preset that can create and control zooming, sliding, and rotating transitions, with many warp effects!

Please watch this tutorial on how to use it:

Here's how to install presets in general:

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Baker Easy Transition V2 Features:
- Ultimate All-In-One After Effects Transition Preset
- Easy navigation with a custom built GUI
- Full control with transition curve editor and warp curve editor
- Basic zoom, rotate, and slide transitions
- Advanced pinch, turbulent, perspective, bulge, swirl, and wiggle warps
- Four different blur styles included
- 250,000,000+ Transition combinations with a few clicks
- Works in any language
- No third party plugins needed
- Compatible with After Effects CS6 and newer

Sound Pack Features:
- City sound, Nature sound, and Miscellaneous sounds
- 80+ sound samples
- Compiled from non-copyright sources
- Perfect for basic sound design

Color Correcting/Grading Pack
- 15 color correction/grading presets
- No third party plugins needed
- Compatible with After Effects CS6 and newer


1) Will this work on AE CC?
Yes. It is compatible with AE CS6 and newer.

2) Will this work in Premiere?
Yes, if you use the dynamic link feature.

3) Will this work in Final Cut Pro?

4) When I drag it into AE, it says cannot import file, filetype not supported?
I showed you in the video how to install it. Dont drag it into AE. Just copy and paste it into the User Presets folder. For CS6 users, watch the video for some extra installation instructions.

5) Theres a black outline when it zooms out.
That's cuz theres a black outline on your original footage. Precomp that clip (leave all attributes) and go inside. Scale that layer to 101%, go back out. Boom.

6) There's weird mirroring when it zooms out?
That's because theres a motion tile effect. You can turn it off by setting the output tiling to 100.

7) The mirroring is gone but now theres black everywhere.
Well yea, thats why I put the motion tile there in the first place. You cant have the clip zoomed out without mirroring or black areas without losing pixels. So, set the motion tile output back to normal. Either: reduce the scale strength so you're not zooming out so much (like 25-50), or squeeze the keyframes closer together so its faster and you wont notice it, or increase the motion blur..

8) I cant see my keyframes?
Push "u" for keyframes, or "uu" for keyframes and expressions.

9) How do you make the transition faster/slower?
Move the end keyframes closer in or further out. Also check out the graph editor and play with the handles. I show it in the tutorial.

10) When I render, it crashes saying invalid buffer size?
You're motion tile output is too high. It will probably say in the error that its trying to render a frame size of like 25,000 by 25,000. Thats over a half a billion pixels. Change the motion title output from 300 to like 200. Or use footage with smaller dimensions (720p vs 4k).

11) You're preset doesnt show up in the effects panel when I search it?
Did you restart AE? Did you copy and paste it in the correct folder? You most likely didn't install it correctly.

12) My thing doesn't zoom into the center.
Check the anchor point of the preset (Either motion tile or transform, I forgot which one). It's likely that it says 960,540, which is the center for a 1080p comp, but you have a 720p comp. Just move it to 640,360.

13) My image has some weird tiling and it's not in the center anymore.

Apparently Adobe did something weird with their AE CC update (released around mid April?). Whatever they did, it makes my preset flip upsidedown and doesn't scale, rotate, slide correctly. I do not have AE CC, but multiple people have told me that there are two fixes: either click the "collapse transformations" button for the adjustment layer, or go to "project settings" and disable gpu rendering. Also, if you're not sliding, try turning off the "offset" effect.

14) I get expression errors, saying "Undefined value used in expression (could be an out of range array subscript?)"

Users with CC2018 and earlier shouldn't encounter this problem. CC2019 modified its expression language from Legacy ExtendScript to JavaScript. Change the engine back by going to "File Project Settings Expressions Legacy ExtendScript".