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Vintage look in premiere pro

Community Beginner ,
Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

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Hi there, 

Does anyone know how to achieve the vintage effect which is in parts of this video? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoRgjvPw_GE&list=PLOq4lscX27qHwQ_589UwuIPqHxtyMLb7q&index=233 

An example is at 1.55 .

I'd really appreciate any help 🙂

Thank you!

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Community Expert , Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

It looks like they added some grain. Like super 8mm grain. Perhaps some jiggle or frame bouncing like film going thru a film gate. Might have soften the grade also like in Lumetri/Creative/Faded Film

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LEGEND , Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

Another thing to go 'retro VHS' is to go to an effect built to remove lens chroma aberation fringe. That is, an effect built to get rid of (especially near the edges) where the lens has induced separation by color? So you've got maybe a bit of magenta or blue fringing?

 

Go to that type of effect, and change the settings so you force a bit of chromatic edge misalignment ... fringing.

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I looked through but had difficulty seeing what you seem to want.

 

So specifically describe what  you want to see. "We" can help with that.

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Great thanks - at 0.30 there seems to be normal looking footage of a lady, and then at  0.31, it seems to be more hazy retro look. And the same with the following guy. Just wondering how this effect can be achieved?

Hope this makes more sense! 🙂

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It looks like they added some grain. Like super 8mm grain. Perhaps some jiggle or frame bouncing like film going thru a film gate. Might have soften the grade also like in Lumetri/Creative/Faded Film

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Another thing to go 'retro VHS' is to go to an effect built to remove lens chroma aberation fringe. That is, an effect built to get rid of (especially near the edges) where the lens has induced separation by color? So you've got maybe a bit of magenta or blue fringing?

 

Go to that type of effect, and change the settings so you force a bit of chromatic edge misalignment ... fringing.

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Brilliant thanks - i'll give this a go!

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