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Film Flash: New FREE Preset For After Effects

Plain and simple, Film Flash is an automated, dynamic preset for After Effects that bumps up the exposure of the footage to create a cool transition effects between two video clips. All you have to do is add a layer marker right at the point of transition, and Film Flash does the rest. The effect is highly customizeable and has many additional uses.

  • Works with After Effects CS3 and later.
  • No 3rd-Party plug-ins are required.
  • Universal – Will work in any language version of AE.

Get the Presets HERE.

The preset was created by Dan Ebberts and Aharon Rabinowitz. Here is a video explaining how to use it:

23 thoughts on “Film Flash: New FREE Preset For After Effects”

  1. Great preset and tutorial! Free no less. No one even comes close to explaining AE better than Aharon and his tutorials. Keep up the great work. It’s much appreciated.

  2. Thank you. How interesting. I’m just getting into automation and am interested in learning to apply these processes to a script. Thank you for sharing.

  3. A very great transitions,Can’t wait to to put it in effect,and thanks for the preset.
    Botswana,Southern Africa

  4. I’ve really achieved some Hi-End results with this preset. Tuning is flexible, but the most important, that VIDEO looks really flexible with even default using of plug. Some liquid light is flushing.

    So thanks very much!

  5. I have tried for three day and no success I can’t seem to get the Film Flash Preset. After Effects is not recogniezing it. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG? Sorry for this but love and need this preset.

  6. Aharon, I love the way you explain things and I always enjoy your tutorials. I love the clarity and your sense of humor. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. You are so awesome and we all appreciate you.

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