How To: Create a TV screen look in Final Cut Pro

Create a TV screen look in Final Cut Pro

In this three part tutorial, Ben Scott shows you how to create a TV screen look, with effects, motion properties and key framing. Part two goes over adding motion paths, window layouts and the Quickview tool. Part three covers more on keyframes with opacity and noise. The final effect isn't that great looking but the techniques and processes you'll learn are well worth it.

Create a TV screen look in Final Cut Pro - Part 1 of 3

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Create a TV screen look in Final Cut Pro - Part 2 of 3

Create a TV screen look in Final Cut Pro - Part 2 of 3 Click through to watch this video on creativecow.net

Create a TV screen look in Final Cut Pro - Part 3 of 3

Create a TV screen look in Final Cut Pro - Part 3 of 3 Click through to watch this video on creativecow.net

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