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I was able to produce it by doing the following: Convert the video to monochrome by turning the saturation down Apply Levels and bring the output black point up to around 30% Put an orange color solid over it and set the opacity to 50% Set the blend mode to "Normal," "Overlay," or "Hard Light" You can experiment with the black point and blend modes to ...


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Premiere Pro have more basic text tools, but it is easier to work with. Also, it is better for long files. After Effects allows you to manipulate with your text in much more various ways. You can use there more different text effects. But it is also more complicated. So, it is up to you to decide. If you are looking for something basic, use Premiere. If ...


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There are many ways to do this; Three built in effects that do it for you, each with differing levels of control... CC Toner Tritone Tint just colour pick the shades of orange you want.


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If you change the inner text layer's source text to this it will work: thisCompLayer = comp("outer").layer(thisComp.name); thisCompLayer.time + thisCompLayer.startTime You just offset the time to cope with the later start time. Looks like when AE calculates values from another composition it just calculates them for the current comp's time. It makes ...



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