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Thread: How do I achieve that professional movie tint?

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    Default How do I achieve that professional movie tint?

    I'm wondering if there's like free kits you can download or programmed features in Adobe Premiere Pro??

    I'm wondering if there's any way to add that professional-appearing tint you always see in movies (it's different for each movie but they all have it) to my footage during editing??

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    Do you mean sepia or greyscale or do you want to give your video the 'movie look'? Can you be more specific as to what you mean by tint?

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    heyy sorry
    i didn't mean greyscale or sepia

    i meant like the "movie feel"

    like i'm looking to achieve that slight, but noticeable tint that noticeably separates "movie look" from "amateur movie" look.. doesn't have to be the exact same way perfectly but even just a way of having a slight tint on it to increase professional appearance?

    here's an example to help explain more:



    it just doesn't look anything like an amateur movie like there's definitely some tint added to that in the editing process

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    I don't have a specific tutorial to go to but there are lots of them on Youtube. You might need to click on a few before you find something that is suitable.

    YouTube - giving your videos the movie look using after effects

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    ok i watched this video when I go to Adobe After Effects and when i click on Effects Control nothing shows up...does anyone know why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommie31 View Post
    I'm wondering if there's like free kits you can download or programmed features in Adobe Premiere Pro??

    I'm wondering if there's any way to add that professional-appearing tint you always see in movies (it's different for each movie but they all have it) to my footage during editing??
    somethink like this ?



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