How To Make A Real Video Tape Effect with VHS Effects in Adobe Premiere Pro!
Easily learn how to create a real video tape effect and make your video look like a VHS.
In this tutorial, we’ll teach you how to get the camcorder effect in premiere pro, easy and fast! Using our Real VHS Effects Pack, we’ll walk you through how to easily add retro VHS effects, authentic VHS noise, and VHS glitches to your video footage using blending modes and effects. Along with a few additional editing tips to make your video look like a VHS tape.
Fully compatible with Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, Davinci Resolve, After Effects, Photoshop, and more! Give your videos that "perfect" real video tape effect with authentic VHS textures, elements, and sound effects.
How To Make A Real Video Tape Effect with Retro VHS Effects:
- Step 1: Add one of the VHS Effects / VHS Textures on top of your video layer and change the blending mode to "color dodge".
- Step 2: Drag & drop a 4:3 aspect ratio matte on the next layer above your VHS texture. Scale it down to fit the frame width, then add the Gaussian Blur effect and make the amount 30%.
- Step 3: Add Lumetri Color Effect to the video clip layer. In the Basic Correction tab, change the contrast to 50 and change the whites to -50. In the Creatives tab, change faded film to 30, sharpen to -70, and vibrance to -30. In the Curves tab, bring down the whites and bring up the blacks. In the Vignette tab, change the amount to -1.
- Step 4: Add the Channel Blur Effect on the video layer and change the red blurriness to 20, click on the box to repeat edge pixels, and change the blur dimension to vertical.
- Step 5: Add a second Channel Blur Effect on the video layer and change the red blurriness to 0, blue blurriness to 15, click on the box to repeat edge pixels, and change the blur dimension to horizontal.
- Step 6: Add the Unsharp Mask Effect to the video layer and change the amount to 100 and the radius to between 10 -15.
- Step 7: Add the Wave Warp Effect to the video layer and change the wave type to square, the wave height to 10, the wave width to 1000, the direction to 0, the wave speed to -0.1, and click to pin all edges.
- Step 8: Lastly, add the Offset Effect to the video layer and set keyframes on the y axis at the beginning and end of the video clip.
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