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Tips to Remove Video Flicker with the Digital Anarchy Flicker Free Demo

flicker free demo tutorial

Removing flicker can be complicated due to the wide variety of reasons behind the flicker.  Just using a demo is sometimes not enough to understand how well it works.  So this tutorial explains how to run tests using the Digital Anarchy Flicker Free demo to determine if it’s right for your purposes.


Flicker Free can fix a lot of different types of flicker including full-frame flickering on Time Lapses, slow-motion footage, rolling bands or flashing in specific parts of a frame. However, each type of flicker has lots of variables and the best way to know how well the plugin will work on your footage is to use the free demo and give it a try. So here’s a video tutorial going over a few tips on how to adjust the settings and run proper tests with the Flicker Free demo.

Here are a few other tips that might help:

  • If Flicker Free isn’t giving you the result you expect, try changing the Detect Motion checkbox.
  • Try the presets first. Often the presets will solve the problem without any changes.
  • Some types of flicker respond well to setting Sensitivity to a value of 3-5.


Digital Anarchy Flicker Free

Digital Anarchy Flicker Free

Deflicker Time Lapse, Rolling Bands, Slow Motion, LED's, Drones

If you have flicker in your videos from LED or fluorescent lights, Time Lapse, drone footage, or more, remove it with Flicker Free for Digital Anarchy.

Flicker Free is a powerful and simple way to remove flicker from your video. It offer presets for different types of footage, making it easy to eliminate flicker caused by out-of-sync cameras, time-lapse, or slow-motion video. Flicker Free will work on any sized footage and is compatible with a wide range of video editing applications such as After Effects, Premiere Pro, FCP, Avid, Resolve, and Vegas.

Learn MoreTry Digital Anarchy Flicker Free for free!

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