LIBRARY: Tutorials Reviews Interviews Editorials Features Business Authors RSS Feed

Bad TV Look: Final Cut Pro Tutorial

A Creative COW Final Cut Video Tutorial


Creative COW: Bad TV Tutorial for Final Cut Studio

Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith
Lone Peak Productions, Inc.
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

© 2007, CreativeCOW.net. All rights reserved.


Article Focus:
Creating that ‘bad TV’ look has never been easier with Final Cut Pro. CreativeCOW.net Contributing Editor Stephen Smith’s Bad TV tutorial will show you how to create this spectacular effect using tools already provided by FCP. Learn how to make your video transition in from noise, animate a TV roll and duplicate the turning off the TV look.

Final Cut Video TutorialFinal Cut Files

 

Money Making Graphics and Effects in Final Cut Studio 2 And be sure to check out the Cow Master Series DVD,
"Money Making Graphics & Effects for Final Cut Studio 2" -- hosted by Stephen Smith.

Available now for only $49.95!

 


If you found this page from a direct link, please visit our forums or read other articles at CreativeCOW.net





Comments

Re: Bad TV Look: Final Cut Pro Tutorial
by Mark Pirres
Tutorial informativeness: 9 - thanks a lot for that!

Tutorial delivery: 0 (what sort of exposing technique is this? sorry I had to say it)
help please!
by keila holloway
when ever I click on 'bad tv effect' and put it on a video clip, it turns my clip all black and there isn't a picture any more unless I delete the effect, or choose color corrector and change the color all red... can somebody please tell me what I should do???
Bad TV filter did not work
by Chrix Lanier
When I put the bad tv filter on my creative cow overlay instead of adjusting it.. it turns the image in my viewer completely black. I've tried everything but can't make the image come up.. when i take off the "bad tv" filter the black goes away. How do i make it work the the video says it should? lol




Related Articles / Tutorials:
Apple Final Cut Pro
Controlling Final Cut with an iPad

Controlling Final Cut with an iPad
  Play Video
This video tutorial demonstrates how to set up an iPad with the AC-7 Core app to control Final Cut Pro.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Sam Mcguire
Apple Final Cut Pro
Get: Dialog and metadata search for Final Cut Pro editors

Get: Dialog and metadata search for Final Cut Pro editors

In this review, Los Angeles based director, editor, colorist, and Creative Cow Contributing Editor, David Roth Weiss, takes a look at a product aptly named "Get," from AV3 Software. It's a speech recognition search app for Final Cut Pro editors that will undoubtedly help get your projects completed faster and on the screen sooner.

Review
David Roth Weiss
Apple Final Cut Pro
FCP Tip: Broadcast Safe in Final Cut Pro

FCP Tip: Broadcast Safe in Final Cut Pro
  Play Video
It is possible to achieve true broadcast safe using only the tools in Final Cut Pro if you follow the right steps. In this quick tip, Walter Biscardi, Jr. shows you how he has delivered shows to broadcasters worldwide using only the built in FCP filter

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Walter Biscardi
Apple Final Cut Pro
Final Cut Pro Quick Tips

Final Cut Pro Quick Tips
  Play Video
Learn how to get things done in Apple's Final Cut Pro faster with CreativeCOW.net contributing editor Stephen Smith. In this video tutorial he'll show you how to find un-used clips fast and easy. Plus, cut down your render time and learn how to play un-rendered clips in real time. If that's not enough, he'll show you how to work with thumbnails, nest clips and how to access the text editor quickly. With these FCP quick tips you can save time so you can spend it doing more important things like learning Klingon.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Stephen Smith
Apple Final Cut Pro
Editing Tip: Still Image dpi vs. pixels

Editing Tip: Still Image dpi vs. pixels
  Play Video
There is much confusion about dpi vs. pixels when it comes to still images and video editing. In this short tip, Walter Biscardi, Jr. helps to take some of the mystery out of the process.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Walter Biscardi
Apple Final Cut Pro
Multiclip Editing in Final Cut Pro

Multiclip Editing in Final Cut Pro
  Play Video
Rob Mize demonstrates the use of Final Cut Pro's Multiclip feature to cut or switch the cameras of a multicam shoot in real time. Rob also demonstrates techniques to synchronize the cameras prior to the edit, as well as how to revise and adjust the Multiclip camera selection decisions on the timeline.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Rob Mize
Apple Final Cut Pro
Fixing Assets in FCP using XML

Fixing Assets in FCP using XML

In this FCP tutorial, Matt Lyon will provide a step by step guide for fixing a major issue with the way Final Cut Pro imports audio and still image files using a FCP XML file and TextEdit. Incorrectly imported assets can lead to serious problems down the road, especially with Media Manager. Matt also provides a guideline for re-importing audio and still image media correctly, as an alternative to the XML fix.

Tutorial
Matt Lyon
Apple Final Cut Pro
Copying Sequence Content in FCP

Copying Sequence Content in FCP
  Play Video
In this FCP video tutorial, Shane Ross shows how to get a section of cut footage from one sequence to another in Final Cut Pro.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Shane Ross
Apple Final Cut Pro
Smooth Slow Motion with Cinema Tools

Smooth Slow Motion with Cinema Tools
  Play Video
This tutorial shows you how to convert 720p60 footage into very smooth slow motion using the CONFORM option of Cinema Tools.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Shane Ross
Apple Final Cut Pro
Tapeless Workflow with Final Cut Pro 7

Tapeless Workflow with Final Cut Pro 7
  Play Video
This tutorial gives an overview of the tapeless ingest workflow using Log and Transfer in Final Cut Pro 7. It encompasses a handful of the supported formats that FCP works with... including XDCAM EX, P2 AVCIntra, P2 DVCPRO HD, AVCHD, and Canon DSLR (5D, 7D).

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Shane Ross
MORE
© 2016 CreativeCOW.net All Rights Reserved
[TOP]