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    Default Bleach Bypass

    Oh yes I love this effect on film

    However - I am unable to achieve it effectivly on premier pro.

    Does anyone know anything on getting this effect without forking out money on the appropiate programs - because i've seen them around and thats money i simply don't have the money.

    Surely there must be a way of getting it by tweaking some attributes on Premier Pro??

    Thank YOU

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    This is the effect for After effects:

    http://www.dvformat.com/articles/vie...e.jsp?id=25010

    I've had a VERY quick look and you'd probably be able to do this in Premiere.

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    you can do this easily in premiere, first make a copy of the the video and put it on another video channel. set the back video to black and white then adjust the transparency of the colour layer to achieve the desired effect.
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