Download Dirty Letterboxes: Cinematic Aspect Ratio Mattes in 8K for Premiere Pro, FCPX, Davinci Resolve, AE + more!
EASILY RECREATE AUTHENTIC FILM LOOKS WITH ORIGINAL CLEAN AND DIRTY CINEMATIC ASPECT RATIO MATTES WITH ROUNDED CORNERS!
THE FILM LOOK TOOLKIT THAT COULDN’T BE EASIER.
Take the time and effort out of achieving an authentic film look. Add crisp and dirty cinematic black bars with rounded edges to your video footage with “dirty” aspect ratio mattes in the most popular 4:3, 16:9, 2.35, 2.40 and 2:1 letterboxes. All cinematic aspect ratios come in video form, with the subtle shake of an authentic film scan.
Designed from original cinematic film stocks, these overscanned 8K aspect ratio matte overlays are the perfect drag and drop solution for any production company, video editor, or graphic designer looking for a genuine film look without the time, energy, and money of capturing on real film.
3 CATEGORIES OF CINEMATIC LETTERBOXES FOR COMPLETE CUSTOMIZATION
Between the Clean, Dirty, and Dirtiest versions - you’ll have full control to customize the cinematic film look you desire. From dirty and grimy to clean and subtle.
DIRTY LETTERBOXES W/SHAKE + PNG
FUTURE PROOF YOUR PRODUCTIONS WITH 8K
Easily scale down to 6K, 4K, and HD while preserving quality. With technological advancements rapidly increasing film’s aspect ratio size over the next decade, 8K is set to become the new 4K in no time.
Given this new standard, we’ve set out to deliver the most complete and hi-resolution letterboxes with rounded edges, that will retain their practicality and quality for the next decade. And not only for cinematic release but with mobile in mind as well.
2:1 ASPECT RATIO FOR YOUTUBE
The problem with other letterbox packs is that they typically only give you a select few of the cinematic aspect ratio overlays. Beyond the standard 4:3, 16:9, and 2.35 letterboxes, we’ve included every other aspect ratio overlay including the newly popular 2:1 aspect ratio for youtube (18x9 letterbox) so you can maintain the authentic film look, even on mobile.