- What Is the 'Holo-Projector' Effect?
- Filming Tips
- Step 1: Setting Up Your Project
- Step 2: Adding the Media to the Project and the Timeline
- Step 3: Marking On/Off Points for the Hologram and Adding the Hologram Sequence
- Step 4: Resizing the Hologram Clip and Adding the 'Old Film' Effect
- Step 5: Adding the Beam of Shimmering Light
- Final Steps: Test Render and Add Sound
Step 1: Setting Up Your Project
To get started, you need to open Premiere Elements 7, create a new project, and set up the Timeline. These first steps are typical when starting any project.
Task: Set up a new project in Premiere Elements 7 by doing the following:
- If Premiere Elements 7 is not already running, launch it in the usual way.
- At the opening splash screen, select New Project.
- Create a project called Holo_Projector (see Figure 3).
- When the Premiere Elements interface has finished loading, click the Timeline button to switch to the Timeline view (see Figure 4).
- Right-click the Timeline header Video 1 and select Rename from the contextual menu (see Figure 5). Assign the new name Main_Video (see Figure 6).
- Repeat step 5, renaming Video 2 as Hologram and Video 3 as Beam (see Figure 7).