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  1. Default A scanner darkly effect

    Does anybody know who they do that?

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    nevermind, found out.

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    The program they used for A Scanner Darkly was rotoshop.
    This was done in another film called Waking Life just not as defined but still pretty damn good.

    Here is a tutorial of how they did it in Waking Life. Your basic export to filmstrip, rotoscoping and a bunch of properties and layering yadda yadda yadda.

    You'll need Premiere, Photoshop and After Effects for this one. If anybody decided to do this let me know i'd like to see it very much.

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