Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Digital and film damage, part of Sapphire for Video Editors.
- [Instructor] Sometimes you've got to spend a lot of time…taking your pretty footage that was shot or acquired…and damage it up.…And that's exactly what this video is about.…Exploring how to use digital damage inside of Sapphire.…I'm in my Chapter 4_3 sequence.…You can find that in your Chapter 4 bin,…under the Exercise bin.…Now what I'm going to do is actually under my Effects tab,…Shift + 7 to open that out.…So I'm going to come up to top of my Effects tab…and actually just do a search for S_Digital.…And, under Stylize, we've got a digital damage look.…
Once I place this onto the clip,…although nothing has updated just yet,…if I start to scrub through it,…I've got a lot of damage here that you see.…The cool thing about this effect is that if I select it,…go Shift + 5 to reveal that in Effect Controls,…is that there are a certain amount of elements…that are involved in the creation of this digital damage.…All of them are controlled by the Intensity value.…You can see there that increasing the Intensity…increases the overall value, or overall intensity,…
- Getting started with Sapphire
- Essential parameters
- Working with presets
- Adding transitions
- Creating photo-realistic lens flares
- Adding backgrounds and textures
- Building custom effects
- Working with Mocha
Skill Level Intermediate
Premiere Pro Guru: LUTs and Look Fileswith Richard Harrington1h 30m Appropriate for all
After Effects Guru: Plugins You Should Knowwith Nick Harauz4h 46m Intermediate
1. Up and Running with Sapphire
2. Using Sapphire Transitions
Build your own transition8m 19s
3. It's All about the Lighting
4. Blur, Beauty, Stylize, and Distort
5. Backgrounds and Textures
6. Unleashing Sapphire
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