by Blue Mantle Films This method of removing video flicker is a variation of a method I first learned from Philip Bloom, which I ended up using extensively (and adapting as-needed) when working with slow motion footage that I shot in Europe this past May. The best way to deal with flicker is to shoot in […]Read more "Fix VIDEO FLICKER in 30 Seconds WITHOUT Plugins"
by RED Digital Cinema Flickering in video and film is a common problem resulting from certain frame rate and shutter speed combinations under artificial lighting. This article gives an overview of why this happens, along with recommending settings for minimizing the chances of this happening in the first place. Use this free online tool to […]Read more "RED’s Online Flicker-Free Video Tool"
by V Renée, nofilmschool.com You thought you did everything right. You composed your frame beautifully. You moved your camera remarkably. You captured your shot at a high frame rate so you could slow it all down in post to make it look all cinematic and gorgeous, but—some incandescent or fluorescent lights decided to crash the […]Read more "This might be the fastest and easiest way to fix video flicker without any plugins"
November 3, 2014 by Digital Anarchy Ya know, you just can’t be a good serial killer if the lights are always on. You practically have to be an electrician these days to go on a good killing spree. Luckily for you, there’s Flicker Freak. Flicker Freak allows you to add horror-like flicker to your video. […]Read more "FREE Flicker Freak plugin for After Effects and Premiere, FCP7/X"