Ian Stark shows you how to add a stop-start effect to your videos using Frame Rate from the Filters collection.
Ian Stark shows you how to recreate a film noir look using Film Color from the Filters collection.
Learn how to manipulate the different parameters, including channel sharpening, detail tuning, and channel tuning, to make your footage pop.
Here are 3 Magic Bullet Looks tutorials covering Film, LUTs, and Color Grading.
With the release of the new Magic Bullet Suite 12, Stu Maschwitz has created tutorials for Looks, Colorista and the new Film, to get you started.
Video Tutorial of the Sapphire FilmDamage effect for Final Cut Pro. FilmDamage simulates film damaged with dust, hair, stains, scratches, defocus, flicker and more.
Video Tutorial of the Sapphire FilmDamage effect for Avid. FilmDamage simulates film damaged with dust, hair, stains, scratches, defocus, flicker and more.
Steve Holyhead’s engaging presentation shed light on three everyday VFX problems, Pan & Zoom, Beauty Pass, and Transitions, which he solves using an array of filters from the BCC 8 AVX package.
Highlights included: a Ken Burns style pan & zoom with no key framing needed (!); a 1-2-3 step approach (BCC Smooth Tone, BCC Film Glow & BCC Film Grain) to giving your talent that Hollywood glow; and the power of BCC transitions - quick, easy, and versatile.
Plus, get a sneak peak of the soon-to-be released BCC v8.2 AVX with up to 100% improvement in render time, the additions of lots more “green dot” effects, and enhanced real-time performance.
Kes Akalaonu / NLE Ninja introduces you to Luca Visual Effects'Film Leaders works in After Effects, Final Cut Pro, and Motion using the Noise Industries FxFactory Engine.
Composite stock footage elements to create magic hits. Use ripple distortion to enhance blast effect. Uses Video Copilot Action Essentials and Optical Flares.
Composite a super-slow motion grenade to live footage. Use 2D Tracking on a camera to match a nodal pan. Uses Video Copilot Optical Flares
Video Tutorial of the Sapphire FilmDamage effect for After Effects. FilmDamage simulates film damaged with dust, hair, stains, scratches, defocus, flicker, etc. This tutorial is useful for all hosts of Sapphire.
In this tutorial, Aharon Rabinowitz shows you how to create an old film look with light leaks. He'll be using Trapcode Particular to create the light leaks, and the tools in Magic Bullet Looks to create the look of old damaged footage.
Author Brandon Smith shows us how to use Digeffects Composite effect to simulate HDR video.