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I'm using a sony digital 8. and love the footage I can capture with it. I also have a 400 mz pII with 256 meg of ram win 98 etc..I'm using adobe premiere 5.1 with a Radius capture card. Question: How can I make my video look like film, or look like the movies I see on TV? I'm new to this so please go easy on me. I have heard of After effects plug in i.e. cinemotion, or Filmfx2 for Premiere. I would like to just experiment right now and can't see the cash layout for these right now. Any suggestions?
-- Joe (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 19, 1999
Joe, You can download demos of cinelook and cinemotion from DigiEffects. www.digieffects.com They also have a ton of other plug-ins to try. I believe the final output will have DEMO onscreen, but at least it helps give you an idea of what to expect. Take care and good luck!
-- Todd Pontsler (TPontsler@aol.com), May 24, 1999.
get film fx 2. i haven't used the other one. but i know film fx renders faster and it has many-many presets. it has about 23- 16mm presets, about 30- 35mm presets, 3- 8mm presets, and some other neet presets also. you can download a demo from www.mvp-soft.com. good luck
-- josh jernigan (email@example.com), June 08, 1999.
Ditto on Film fx.
it kicks butt!
-- Thomas Koch (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 22, 1999.
I don't know if the digital 8 can do this but on most DV camara's you can stop down teh frame rate of the shutter speed to 25 Frames a sec. This also gives a very filmy look to DV . And it costs nothing.
-- David (email@example.com), August 21, 2001.