How To Add Film Artifacts To Video To Create The Perfect Film Look in Adobe Premiere Pro!
In this tutorial, we’ll teach you how to create the perfect film look in premiere pro, easy and fast! Using our Film Artifacts: Vintage Film Effects | Old Film Texture Pack, we’ll walk you through how to easily add old film effects, archived 16mm and 35mm film stocks to your video footage using blending modes.
The film artifacts pack is compatible with all video editing software: Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, Davinci Resolve, After Effects, and more! Give your videos that "perfect" film look with 16mm and 35mm film textures and old film effects.
How To Add Film Artifacts To Create The Perfect Film Look:
- Step 1: Import the film artifacts into premiere pro and drop them into the timeline. on top of your video layer and change your blending mode to "overlay", "hard light" or "soft light".
- Step 2: Add the film artifact of your choice on the video layer above your footage layer. Then change your blending mode to "darken", "lighten", "screen", or "overlay".
- Step 3: Continue to repeat step 2, by cutting in other film artifacts and changing their blending modes to your personal desire.
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