Compatible with CS3 and up, Creation Glitch Effects allows users to import their footage, and immediately export up to 19 glitch-look presets
This week, Creation Effects announces the release of Creation Glitch Effects, an After Effects template for creating realistic, digital glitch effects for video footage. Compatible with CS3 and up, Creation Glitch Effects allows users to import their footage, and immediately export up to 19 glitch-look presets. Or, users can build their own unique glitch-look by combining any of the 200+ included effects. Effects can be customized with easy-to-use slider controls. Skipping, freezing, blocky displacement, RGB split, timecode jitter, pixel stretch, digital noise, and color corruption are some of the effects included in the template. Creation Glitch Effects is also the first product to “fake” the popular Datamosh effect, without the need to alter a video file’s code.
- 46 Video Glitch Effects
- 40 Audio Glitch Effects (over 5 minutes of sound FX)
- 19 Glitch-Look Presets
- 51 Transition Effects
- 16 Glitchy Stock Footage Clips
- A “Digital Static” Generator with Presets
Creation Glitch Effects is available for download at http://CreationEffects.com for $69. It is the fourth template in the “Creation Series” of templates by Creation Effects. Other templates in the series include damaged VHS tape effects, old film effects, and lens flare effects. Creation Glitch Effects uses no plug-ins. All comps are HD 1920×1080. The template is compatible with CS3 and all later versions of After Effects. Tutorials and demo videos are available at http://creationeffects.com/creation-glitch-effects.html.
About Creation Effects:
Creation Effects was launched in December of 2012 by digital artist and Creative COW member Noel Powell. Noel has been a full-time microstock contributor since 2007, shifting his focus from stock footage to After Effects templates in 2011. Creation Effects specializes in After Effects templates that allow users to create custom filters and effects for adding style to videos. Examples are VHS effects, film effects, lens flares, light leaks, and dynamic textures.