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- February 3, 2006 at 9:52 PM #36732AnonymousInactive
im making a movie using a dvd handycam. i dont have money to buy a real good camera.
i want to get an effect im sure everyone does, and make the footage look like its shot on film. i dont know whether i have to make it grainy or what not, im hoping someone knows a sneaky way to make the footage look more film like and less video like.
i am using premier pro 1.5
If you register your copy of Premiere Pro 1.5, you can download for free from Adobe a light version of Magic Bullet Movie Looks. It is a plug in that has 10 presets to make your video look like film.
oh really thats cool. but how do i go about registrering my copy,
and where about online do i download the magic bullet movie looks ?
Once you register there, it should bring you to the page to DL the freebie. 😀
Thanks for dropping a link, Endeavor.
im a uni student so i use the premier installed on our lab pc’s.
is there a way to find out the serial number of premier which is already installed on the machine. they all have premier pro 1.5 on them.