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RGB : TV noise + split

Postby r4inski on 05/29/2009, 1:55 am

Hello everyone !
I have two questions about RGB split.
Link : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-Xz8aLu ... re=channel
Do you know how to make RGB split from 52/53s. and RGB TV noise from 1:54 to 2:05 ?

Thanks !
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Re: RGB : TV noise + split

Postby gregalan on 05/30/2009, 7:27 pm

Hi r4inaki. Not sure about the split, but as a starting point for the TV noise you could try creating a red solid then using Effects/Transition/Venetian Blinds - transition 84/direction =90/width10 (???). Then duplicate the solid twice, change colours to blue and green and offset the lines in the 2 new solids. Precompose and perhaps use the Classic Color Dodge as a blending mode. Trust this helps.
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Re: RGB : TV noise + split

Postby tony on 05/31/2009, 2:11 am

what RGB split? all i could see where hott girls LOL...
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Re: RGB : TV noise + split

Postby epeck on 06/1/2009, 7:43 am

After Effects also has a plugin called Bad TV.That should suit yuor needs just fine.However not sure if tha is just in Cs3 .
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Re: RGB : TV noise + split

Postby Kai Indvik on 06/1/2009, 9:12 am

if something works in CS3, it will work in CS4
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Re: RGB : TV noise + split

Postby r4inski on 06/1/2009, 9:42 am

ty epeck ! I didnt know about this plugin. Anybody know how to make this RGB split ? :lol:
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Re: RGB : TV noise + split

Postby Kai Indvik on 06/1/2009, 10:11 am

i think twitch does this...
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Re: RGB : TV noise + split

Postby tony on 06/1/2009, 11:01 am

Easy dude LOL, just break up each channel (red, green blue) add then again and animate each layer... I think AE tuts has a tutorial on that, but just with text...
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Re: RGB : TV noise + split

Postby TC-Productions on 06/3/2009, 12:30 pm

You can simulate a very quick and easy Red-Blue split using the most unlikely effect : 3D Glasses.

Apply the effect to your footage.
Set the left and right eye both to your current footage layer.
In 3D View, select "Balanced Colored Red Blue".
Now just animate or add a simply Wiggle expression to the Convergence Offset value.
(5,15 works great as a wiggle value here)

Voila, a very quick and simply channel color twitch!

Wanna add a green channel to this?
Add a copy of your footage on top.
Add a TINT effect, and set Map to White to a bright green color.
Set the transfer mode to Overlay.
Set the Transparency to 0.
Now create an expression for the transparency like this :
Code: Select all
x=Math.ceil(thisComp.layer("NAME OF YOUR BOTTOM LAYER").effect("3D Glasses")("Convergence Offset"));
y=0-x;

if (x < 0) { y*5 } else { x*5 }
;

(Obviously you need to change the "Name of your Bottom Layer" ... Duh!!)

This will add a green flicker to the split, and make sure you see 3 channel splits, instead of just the red-blue.

No, it's not perfect, but hey, it creates the illusion!
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Re: RGB : TV noise + split

Postby Kai Indvik on 06/3/2009, 4:42 pm

hey, i never thought of that!
I'm going to have to try that.
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Re: RGB : TV noise + split

Postby David Wood on 01/12/2010, 7:33 pm

TC-Productions wrote:You can simulate a very quick and easy Red-Blue split using the most unlikely effect : 3D Glasses.

Apply the effect to your footage.
Set the left and right eye both to your current footage layer.
In 3D View, select "Balanced Colored Red Blue".
Now just animate or add a simply Wiggle expression to the Convergence Offset value.
(5,15 works great as a wiggle value here)

Voila, a very quick and simply channel color twitch!

Wanna add a green channel to this?
Add a copy of your footage on top.
Add a TINT effect, and set Map to White to a bright green color.
Set the transfer mode to Overlay.
Set the Transparency to 0.
Now create an expression for the transparency like this :
Code: Select all
x=Math.ceil(thisComp.layer("NAME OF YOUR BOTTOM LAYER").effect("3D Glasses")("Convergence Offset"));
y=0-x;

if (x < 0) { y*5 } else { x*5 }
;

(Obviously you need to change the "Name of your Bottom Layer" ... Duh!!)

This will add a green flicker to the split, and make sure you see 3 channel splits, instead of just the red-blue.

No, it's not perfect, but hey, it creates the illusion!

DUDE! Thanks for that! Just used it in an intro. Also helps if you apply 'find edges' to the green layer before the tint. :)
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