FilmoraPro Video Editor
Adds a vintage feel to the video by making it seem old and damaged.
Adds an authentic grain based on 8mm, 16mm and 35mm film stock.
Film Size: Refers to the size of the generated film footage - 8mm, 16mm and 35mm. The lower the value, the more intense the grain effect will be.
Grain Strength: Customizes the intensity of the film grain effect.
Seed: Uses the overall settings to simulate different grain results.
Monochrome: Switches between black & white and color-filled grain.
Allows for the customization of the grain size.
Amount: A higher value will increase the grain population.
Size: A higher value will increase the grain size.
Monochrome: Alternate between monochrome and color-filled grain.
Seed: Generates a new pattern for the grain effect.
Generates a half-tone effect on the selected layer. This adds black and white dots, similar to those seen on newspaper images.
Resolution: Reducing the value will generate more, tinier dots. This makes it easier to define your resultant image. Increasing the value makes the dots much larger and generates an abstract image.
Angle: Rotates the dots to alter the dot pattern.
Dot Color: Alters the dot colors.
Background Color: Alters the image's background color.
Shift X/Y: Shifts the X/Y axis positioning of the dots.
Offset: Add more background color by dragging this slider to the right, and add more dots by dragging it to the left. Dragging it too far to the right will result in a large block of color as the dots grow too large and merge together.
Smooth Source: Smoothens out the source image, making it more blurred when you increase the values.
Half Tone Color
The conventional half-tone effect adds black dots on a white background, unless the colors are changed. This Half-Tone Color effect uses the colors of the original image to generate the dots.
Type: Define whether you want to use CMYK or RGB as the color base of your pattern.
Resolution: Increase the fine details of the image by dragging the slider to the left. Make the dots larger by dragging it to the right.
Angle: Define the angle of the dots' rotation.
Offset: Change the lightness value of the image by dragging the slider to the left to make it darker and to the right to make it lighter.
Smooth Source: Smoothens the source image, making it more blurred when you increase the value.
Color Shifts (Red/Cyan, Green/Magenta, and Blue/Yellow): Comfortably move from one color channel to another.
Create glitches, or jitters, in the video playback by shuffling the order of the frames.
Frame Group Size: Adjusts the interval between jitters – high values allow for longer intervals as opposed to low values which generate a constant jitter.
Jitter Amount: Determines the amount of jittering.
Seed: Defines the pattern of the jitters.
Adds noise, similar to film grain, in your footage.
Amount: Adjusts the level of noise in the image - higher values will increase the noise and lower values will reduce it.
Monochrome: Switches between black & white and color-filled noise.
Seed: Generates new patterns for the noise.
These are the horizontal pixel lines that appear on old projectors, television screens and computer monitors. Use this effect to add such lines to your footage.
Frequency: Customizes the number and thickness of the scan lines. A lower value will increase the scan lines and make them thicker. A higher value will reduce their number and thickness.
Sharpness: Alters the crispness of the scan lines.
Angle: Rotates the scan line.
Shift: Alters the scan lines positioning.
Channel Shift (Red, Green, Blue): These are the sliders that add color to the lines.
Color: Alters the color of the scan lines.
Brightness: Determines the luminosity of the effect.
Offset: Generates a darker image when the slider is moved to the left and a lighter one when it is moved to the right.
Gamma: Modifies the midtones of the image.
Saturation: Alters the image and scan line color intensity.
Smooth Source: Smoothens the source image, making it more blurred when the value is increased.
Adds a camera shake to the footage, and is ideal for making the video seem like it was shot using a handled camera.
Amount: Alters the intensity and frequency of the camera shake.
Speed: Alters the speed of the camera shake.
Seed: Alters the shake pattern.
Smooth: Determines the smoothness of the camera shake, with higher values making the movement smooth and lower values making it more violent.
Scale: Your image momentarily moves out of the frame when the camera shake is effected. Filmora Pro fills the black space with duplicated footage. The Scale slider zooms into the footage and hides the resultant edges.
Individual Controls: Customize the position of the camera shake and also the tilt of the image.
Fractal: Add extra jittering to generate noise for the camera shake. Adjust the random factor of the jitter using the Temporal Shift Property.
Motion Blur: Adds a blur effect when the image shakes.
Wrap: This is used to fine-tune the result when the image shakes too far and leaves a visible black space in the footage. This space is filled with a reflected image by default, but you can use a tiled image or leave it blank.
Add a freeze-frame effect by reducing the number of frames.
Freeze Frames: Defines the number of frames to be left out.
Frame Start: Identifies the start frame for the effect.