Just quickly made this fun clip to share (Video Essentials V, before+after shots)

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FX Films
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Had a spare moment (+ ignoring the backlog today), so made this:

http://www.vimeo.com/30183852

some nice 'shortcut' gems in there...and i'm all for saving time when i'm editing!

:D

Arthur.S
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Well put together Richard. Following on in the proud traditions of this forum, I'm gonna totally ignore the subject matter, and say WOW, that's some serious interlace flicker at about 11secs!! :D
Seriously though, I like NB FX. Have been using them for quite a while now, but haven't bought anything since NB FX 2. Reason? So much of the 'new' stuff is exactly the same as the old. 'Colour pop' to name but one. I'm just not going to be tempted to buy a 'new' collection of filters that feature just a few really new ones, and the rest just revamped - if that!

FX Films
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lol - that's actually the deliberate pixelation of the effect 'resonating' with the brickwork...but well spotted :)

steve5
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Good to see Barry Chuckles son is doing something constructive with his life.

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How did you get the amazing effect on the brickwork on all the shots in the opening sequence? It almost looks like you've shot it using some kind of crazy camera which was probably designed for a totally different purpose....

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As said above, the brickwork effect was a result of the 'viewfinder' pixelating effect (happy to show before and after pictures to prove it?)...oh, and Barry Chuckle's son was CGI'd on afterwards :)