Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Film effect, part of Sapphire for Video Editors.
- [Instructor] Continuing our journey into…the stylistic category of Sapphire,…we got to take a look at the film effect.…So I'm here in my chapter 4_5 sequence,…and in my Effects tab, I'm just going to do a search…for S_Film, and that should lead me to…the S_FilmEffect under the stylized category.…If my clip is selected, which it is,…I'm just going to double-click to apply it…to the clip in the timeline.…Notice that automatically something happened.…If I select the clip and go Shift + 5,…we can take a close look at this.…
I'm going to draw your attention to the first two parameters,…which happen to be Negative Film and Print Film.…This is meant to mimic how film used to be captured.…So you could choose a film stock…and then choose how they printed the film.…And from that, it would emulate a look.…Now, you don't have to be an expert to use this.…In fact, we could set the Negative Film to None…and just choose a printed film look…or choose also None, and then perform a series of…color correction tasks down here.…
- 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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