Are you looking to add a unique and experimental touch to your video projects? Look no further than our Experimental VHS Glitch FX! This collection of glitch effects and overlays is perfect for adding a vintage, experimental flair to your videos.
In this blog post, we'll show you how to use our Glitch FX to achieve an experimental VHS glitch look in just a few easy steps.
But you may be wondering, what exactly are VHS glitch effects? Simply put, VHS glitch effects are a type of visual distortion that mimics the look of a malfunctioning VHS tape. These effects can add a nostalgic, retro feel to your videos, while also conveying a sense of glitchy, experimental energy.
What is Experimental VHS Glitch FX?
Experimental VHS Glitch FX is a digital collection of glitch effects and overlays that can be used in various video editing software programs. These effects are designed to give your footage a vintage VHS look and feel, complete with distorted lines, static noise, and colour shifts.
The pack is designed to be easy to use, with drag-and-drop functionality that makes it simple to add these effects to your projects in editing software like Premiere Pro, After Effects, and DaVinci Resolve. And because the effects are delivered as high-quality, 4K video files, you can be sure that they will look great no matter how you use them.
How to Use Experimental VHS Glitch FX
Here are the steps to use Experimental VHS Glitch FX to create stunning glitch effects in your videos:
Step 1: Choose your footage 📹
Select the footage you want to add glitch effects to. This could be anything from a music video to a short film or a social media post.
Step 2: Drag and Drop the Glitch Effects 💻
Once you've selected your footage, open your video editing software and drag and drop the Experimental VHS Glitch FX effects onto the timeline. No installation required, simply bring the video files directly into your editing software. You can experiment with different effects and combinations until you achieve the desired look.
Step 3: Adjust the Settings ⚙️
To fine-tune your glitch effects, adjust the settings such as the blending mode, opacity, and saturation. This will help you achieve a unique and personalised look for your video. You could also get a bit more advanced and alter the hue of the clips (this shifts the colours) with an effect like Hue/Saturation in After Effects by rotating the Master Hue dial. The same can be achieved in Premiere Pro with the Lumetri Color effect.
Step 4: Export Your Video 📦
Once you're satisfied with the final result, export your video and share it with the world! Oh, and definitely share it with us too... we may just feature it on our website 🙌🏼
Just a note on export settings: if you choose to use the H.264 codec to deliver your videos, we would recommend utilising a higher bit-rate with 2 passes. This will reduce any "blocky" artefacts that you might find when compressing intricate clips like these VHS glitch effects.
Here's a side-by-side screenshot comparison of a high bit-rate export with two passes (left) and a low bit-rate export with one pass (right).
But what sets this pack apart from other VHS glitch effect packs on the market? For one, The Good Edit Club's Experimental VHS Glitch FX pack is completely unique and exclusive to our store. You won't find these effects anywhere else. Plus, each effect in the pack has been carefully crafted to offer a truly unique visual experience, with a range of different glitch styles and textures to choose from.
So whether you're a freelance video editor or a hobbyist looking to add a touch of creativity to your projects, the Experimental VHS Glitch FX pack from The Good Edit Club is the perfect choice. With easy-to-use functionality, high-quality video files, and a truly unique collection of effects, this pack is sure to help you take your videos to the next level.