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Flicker Free 25% Off Until 12/12!

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Digital Anarchy’s flicker free plugin will be reduced in price 25% -regular price: $149 Holiday Sale price: $111 until this Saturday December 12th. As you may or may not know flicker is a side effect of phase pulse on artificial lighting affecting the image quality of video and especially bad in slow motion high frame rates.

Flicker Free is a plug-in for Adobe After Effects & Premiere Pro that combats and usually fully eliminates flicker within the video image with a  variety of customizable parameters. It is easy to use, fast rendering and it is as of now the best software tool available to get rid of flicker. HSC does not get a referral profit from the sale of the Flicker Free software, we just like the software and saving a few bucks is great for our readers. → Continue Reading Full Post ←

HOW TO ELIMINATE FLICKER IN SLOW MOTION VIDEO PART 4!

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In previous parts of this article we saw three methods to combat flicker in some form or another; in this part we will look at what may be the most advanced Flicker Removal tool available since the inception of software.

Flicker Free by Digital Anarchy is a plugin for “Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro 7 & X, Avid Media Composer and Da Vinci Resolve” Mac and Windows that eliminates most any kind of flicker with ease. → Continue Reading Full Post ←

How to Eliminate Flicker In Slow Motion Video Part 2!

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Continuing with the free ways to combat flicker in timelapse, slow motion video and regular video we now turn to Virtual Dub and the Deflicker Filter for the app created by Donald Graft.

Virtual Dub is a GNU Public License distributed application for Windows in 32bit and 64bit versions.  The Deflicker plugin only works in 32bit mode so stay with the Virtual Dub distribution in 32 bit only. → Continue Reading Full Post ←

How To Eliminate Flicker in Slow Motion Video Part 1!

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Flicker is the “F” word of the slow motion video world.  It can ruin shots or make them distracting enough to fail in conveying the message to the viewer.  It is hard to detect while recording and even with tools to minimize it on set it can still show up later as faint throbbing light.

There are however a few solutions that can take care of the flicker of a vast majority of affected shots after the recording has been made. There is no do it all Swiss army knife for fixing flicker on a shot; no real 100% foolproof plugin or method to get rid of it exists. However a few solutions come very close and that means great news for people on an inexpensive light budget. → Continue Reading Full Post ←