This generator creates an Overlay HTML filter that can be used in the Shotcut video editor to transform transitions between clips. The animation is done in the computer's GPU (Graphical Processing Unit) using the web graphics library (WebGL) to render the graphics. The animation is performed basically by manipulating pixels in the composite rendering of the transition. The various Overlay HTML filters are produced using the code from the website: gl-transitions.com. Since this code was designed to work on two separate clips, some of it does not work well (or at all) with the single image frame that is available to the Overlay HTML filter (it is not possible to access two frames, one from each of the clips that are in the Shotcut transition). Those Overlay HTML filters that do work to varying degrees are indicated in the table below by the symbol . Some of the filters work better with other types of transition than the default cross-fade, try experimenting with different ones and different properties.
Filterssection select the video filter called
These can be downloaded here:
CREATE FILTERbutton and copy the filter code, then, using your favourite editor, paste it in your HTML file (e.g. swirl.html).
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