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    I am a newbie to Premiere. I just bought 6.5. I figured out how to simulate sepia tone using the B&W then Tint under Image Control. However, I want to make a clip go from sepia to color over about 2 seconds. How?

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    Not sure is this will work, but you can try . First off, cut your clip into two using the razor tool (making video A and video B). Now apply your sepia effect to video B. Finally, add a fade transition between clip A and clip B. Adjust the length of the transition to suite As I say, haven't tried that myself, so just a guess/thought!

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    All you need do is toggle the animation on for the effects that you want, set a key frame where you want your effect to begin and one where it will end, then adjust your effect values at these two key frames.

    eg - keyframe 1 - saturation normal, tint value 0, Keyframe 2 - saturation -70 (or what you want to achieve black and white), tint - (insert your sepia value here). Your effect will now take place over time.

    Just about all of premiers effects can be animated in the same way.

    Tonga

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    That sounds like a much more sensible answer

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    I'm running Premiere 6.5 on a Win 98SE box. (I trust that's the system info you meant.)

    I was having trouble getting the B&W control to accept setting a keyframe for starting the effect. The sepia was working great, however.
    Thanks for the saturation hint. It works great.

    --Allen

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    I dont think the black & white effect can be animated, its either on or off, thats why you have to use desaturate to obtain the effect over time.

    tonga

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