Twitch, from VideoCopilot.net is a cool plug-in for Adobe After Effects for creating chaos, jumping, jittering and twitching effects. Watch the demo below.
However, while Twitch is marketed for Adobe After Effects, we found a way to use Twitch in Adobe Premiere CS5, CS5.5 and CS6.
When you buy Twitch, it also comes with a number of Presets for After Effects. However, these Presets will not work in Premiere. But don’t worry, I have recreated all of the Twitch Presets in Premiere and you can download them below.
Once you buy Twitch, just follow the instructions I wrote to copy the twitch files and the presets I recreated for Twitch into Premiere CS5, CS5.5 and CS6.
In addition, the instructions will explain how to install Twitch and the After Effects Twitch Preset that come with Twitch into After Effects CS5, CS5.5 or CS6, just in case you have After Effects.
Here are 56 presets for Adobe Premiere CS5, CS5.5 and CS6 that will give your videos a more cinematic coloring look. The presets are totally free.
The presets works with NTSC and PAL, and any video resolution size. All presets are made with Premiere’s built-in controls.
NOTE: You will find that the presets will give you different results depending on the footage, the lighting of the shot, etc. You can adjust the preset controls to achieve the desired effect. All presets were made by the staff at Studio 1 Productions.
While this DVD mainly for interviews, the lighting techniques presented are good for most lighting situations. Whether you are shooting an instructional video, corporate video or most other types of videos, the ligthing and overall look is critical.
Regardless of your budget, what type of camera you use, what kind of video you’re shooting, or how much time you have to set up, there’s really no excuse for not consistently shooting great looking interviews.
And once you’ve mastered the fundamentals of shooting interviews, you can carry those skills over into any production environment because the basic principles of good lighting are universal.
But shooting great-looking interviews is NOT just about lighting. Lighting is only one piece of the puzzle. This 90-minute instructional DVD has been produced by well-known instructor, Doug Jensen, to teach anyone how to use camera placement, lighting, composition, depth-of-field, exposure, and white balance to create great-looking interviews.