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    need to create a static (with noise) effect to use as a transition, kinda like as though im switching through channels.

    possibly answering my own question here but im thinking the best way would be to record some off the TV ???

    Any alternatives?

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    In vegas ramping up the noise plug in gives a similar look - but when i wanted noise I recorded it from the TV.

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    What programs do you have?
    http://muvipix.com Everything you wanted to know about Premiere Elements and more

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    Its not pro but I set my camera in front of the tv then filmed the static when i turned the sky box off. HA!

    Then in the edit i mucked around with a few brightness/noise things till it looked acceptable.

    like a said its not pro but it worked - ish

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    Here are a few options from VideoCopilot
    VideoCopilot.net Video Tutorials & Post Production
    Video Copilot • View topic - I need help to create TV static

    The forum link even includes a After Effects CS3 project file
    http://muvipix.com Everything you wanted to know about Premiere Elements and more

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    Thanks for your sugestions peeps sorted now

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