DAMAGE: SPREAD DESTRUCTION
Spread destruction with Damage, the industry standard for bad video effects, including Artifact, Blockade, Destabilize, Interference, Overexpose, Skew, Wave Displace, Channel Offset and Aged Film.
Simulates digital image decode or transmission errors usually associated with dropped data from satellite transmissions or digital video playback errors.
Damage Channel Offset
Simulate chromatic aberration and channel misalignment. Create quick color glitches or twitches on footage or motion graphics.
Damage Aged Film
Emmulate the looks of 8, 16, and 35mm films stocks. Roll your footage through a time machine with scratch, dust, grain and jitter controls.
Damage Wave Displace
Get advanced control over wave distortion with a robust tool for creating video transmission displacement. Works great for glitchy transitions.
Emulate a practical camera shake or a more conceptual feed twitch for motion graphics work involving color channel compositing and separation.
Simulate low fidelity camera feeds. It creates random blocks of slightly tinted color, common in low resolution camera video or highly compressed transmissions.
Create the look of a focus-hunt and iris-hunt that happens with consumer camcorders trying to adjust to changing subjects and lighting conditions.
Create the interlaced look of a television broadcast or a Cathode Ray Tube monitor. Adjust the parameters for the even (E) and odd (O) fields.
Create bad video artifacts including image shearing, visual noise or static, from weak analog antenna signals to consumer VCR tracking hopelessness.
Digieffects plugins are designed for host applications Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects versions CS6 and CC, Final Cut Pro X, and Motion 4 and 5.
Digieffects plugins use the power of your computer's CPU. No special GPU card is required.
Digieffects plugins work with Windows systems on version 7 and later, and OSX for Mountain Lion (10.8) and later.
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