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Time Effects (29 Tutorials)

Video Copilot Twitch Plug-in

Video Copilot Twitch Plug-in

November 12, 2015

Learn how to add all sorts of TWITCHES, GLITCHES and other CHAOS effects to your video using Adobe After Effects and the Twitch plugin.

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Time Manipulation in Adobe Premiere Pro… and with Twixtor

Time Manipulation in Adobe Premiere Pro… and with Twixtor

November 12, 2015

Want to manipulate time in Premiere Pro? Here are some tutorials to help get it right, with both the built-in time tools in Premiere and with the help of RE:Vision Effects Twixtor.

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After Effects: Smoothing out Jump Cuts using Timewarp

After Effects: Smoothing out Jump Cuts using Timewarp

October 27, 2015

How do you make a jump cut look smooth without covering it up?  Use the Timewarp filter in AE.  Learn how in this short tutorial from Tuts+.

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The Ring – Samara Death Stare After Effects

The Ring – Samara Death Stare After Effects

October 13, 2015

Learn how to create the Death Stare effect from the horror classic The Ring!

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NewBlueFX Filters: Frame Rate

NewBlueFX Filters: Frame Rate

September 10, 2015

Ian Stark shows you how to add a stop-start effect to your videos using Frame Rate from the Filters collection.

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Animated Polygon in After Effects

Animated Polygon in After Effects

January 29, 2015

Video Copilot's Andrew Kramer shows you how to create fun, animating polygons that you can easily customize using time displacement, scale wipes and other neat animation tricks.

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Burning Question: What is Datamoshing?

Burning Question: What is Datamoshing?

November 17, 2014

In the mid to late 2000’s, datamoshing, or glitch art, was commonly seen in music videos, in VJ sets or even on public access channels. Here’s an overview of the effect, some examples of what it looks like, a few tutorials and some tools to help you get started datamoshing.

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Halloween Themed tutorials for FCPX and Motion

Halloween Themed tutorials for FCPX and Motion

October 21, 2014

Spooky Jump Cuts for Final Cut Pro X and Swinging Text for Motion.

Steve Martin from RippleTraining.com shows us a trick with retiming and markers to add a series of jump cuts to a horror clip. It very handy in creating that surreal, disjointed feeling needed in horror features, and allows the editor the ability to adjust the timing quickly and easily to acheive just the right creepy feeling.

Mark Spencer from RippleTraining.com, shows us how to make a seasonally appropriate swinging text in Motion.

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Adobe After Effects Tilt Shift Tutorial

Adobe After Effects Tilt Shift Tutorial

February 11, 2014

Tilt shift makes your video and images look miniature, like toys. In this project, they use Posterize time, Camera Lens Blur, CC Light Sweep and Fast Blur to create the effect.

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Boris Continuum Optical Flow Tutorial

September 26, 2013

Boris FX recently posted a tutorial on manipulating time in your video projects via BCC Optical Flow. Check out this article to learn the ropes!

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parallax background tutorial

How to Create a Parallaxing Background Without a 3D Camera

September 23, 2013

We continue with Tutorial Tuesday with this fun video tutorial from AE Tuts+. Shawn Sheehan demonstrates the Offset effect combined with comp-to-comp expressions, plus a little time-remapping to create a parallax effect, without a 3D camera or Z-depth of any kind.

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Time Remapping in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Time Remapping in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

June 21, 2013

If you want to make advanced adjustments to playback speed over time, you’ll go looking for time remapping. Premiere Pro makes the process very simple, though you may find yourself turning to After Effects for a fine finish. This lesson shows you why and how.

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Time Remapping in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Time Remapping in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

June 17, 2013

If you want to make advanced adjustments to playback speed over time, you’ll go looking for time remapping. Premiere Pro makes the process very simple, though you may find yourself turning to After Effects for a fine finish. This lesson shows you why and how.

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Free C4D Plugin: Nitro 4D Magic Slow Motion

Free C4D Plugin: Nitro 4D Magic Slow Motion

May 14, 2012

In this tutorial, Joren from The Pixel Lab shows you how to create really smooth time remapping inside of Cinema 4D using the brand new Nitro4D plugin called Magic Slow Motion. I will also go behind the scenes and show you how the plugin is creating the slow motion time remapping so you can understand the process.

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