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Thread: Multiple TV-screens effect?

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    Default Multiple TV-screens effect?

    Hey sup, I think this is a pretty common effect used but I haven't been able to find a tutorial for it.

    It is shown in the beginning of this vid:


    It would be great if you could do this in Premiere but After Effects works too.

    Help is much appreciated

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    Easyt one mate. Do it in After Effects.

    Place all your clips in a composition, scale them dwn and arrange them in a grid. Make them all 3d layers. Keyframe the z position so they float in and out. Add a camere and change keyframe its own position.

    All prety standard beginner stuff. Just a case of animating position on screen.

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