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13 Hours DAMAGE Video Glitches

Nov 10, 2015

13 Hours DAMAGE Video Glitches

by Steven Reeves

13 Hours : The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi has a great trailer out that has tons of video glitches.

These effects can be created with tools in the DAMAGE suite. Here's a quick run-through on how:

To achieve some of the static video effects, use Skew. Just simply apply the effect, set up some keyframes, and tweak the many parameters to get the look you would like.

There are also some great glitches in the text and the background in some of the shots. Channel Offset would work great to do this. Apply the effect on the background and your text and with a few keyframes and an anchor Point shift you'll have great glitches in no time!

Interference does a great job in creating the interlaced look of a television broadcast as well. Just apply the effect and change the parameters of the Even and Odd lines. Then adjust the opacity to make it a bit more subtle, if desired.

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