Giving clips an “old film” look


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Giving clips an “old film” look

In this movie, we're going to look at creating the ever popular old damaged film look, as if we're creating film from the 1920s or what have you. If you like to follow along, I'm using the Old Film Project from the Chapter 6 folder but, basically all I have done here is brought in any clip and used this. So, it doesn't really matter which clip you use, everything will pretty much work the exact same way. So, I'm going to go over to the Effects area in the Tasks Panel, I'm going to search for an effect called Old Film. Alright, just type Old and that will be the first thing that comes up here. It is in the NewBlue Film Look category.

So, let's go ahead and apply Old Film to our footage. Now, first it doesn't seem to do too much, so let's go over to Edit Effects, click this button here and we will go over into the Effects area, so we can edit this footage. We will talk more about customizing effects later on this chapter, but with the Old Film effect, you really ...

Giving clips an “old film” look
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Giving clips an “old film” look provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Elements 4 Essential Training

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