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    Default Rewind effect

    Does anyone know of a nifty way to create a rewind effect in either premiere pro 1.5 or after effects?

    I know how to make the footage go backwards, but I'm looking to make it look like an old VHS being rewound - with the lines going up it and all that jazz (not just going backwards)

    I can't capture it while its rewinding because a) them machine won't let me and b) its DVCAM so not the right effect anyway!

    If anyone can help I would be very grateful!

    Cheers

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    for an authentic effect you could try getting a blank VHS tape, capturing the analogue output from your VCR while your rewinding with your camera or PC, then you'll have the lines and all that junk with a black background, then you could just key out the black in Premiere.

    or I expect you could knock it up in After effects using the blinds transition combined with some noise and stuff.
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    Thanks - I'll give it a try

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