Flicker Free Plugin v1.0 - Deflicker Time Lapse, Slow Motion, and Old Video
Don't flicker, be happy...
Flicker Free is a powerful new way to deflicker video. It solves an issue that's common for many types of video footage, be it from lights/electricity and cameras being out of sync, time lapse or slow motion (high frame rate) video. The Flicker Free plugin is very effective at removing rolling flicker that occurs with LED & fluorescent lights or computer monitors.
Flicker Free was originally designed to fix the flicker caused by varying exposures in time lapse videography. However, once we developed it, we discovered there are many reasons for flicker and that Flicker Free does a great job on most of them.
As with all Digital Anarchy plugins and products, we strive to create intuitive software that produces exceptional results while remaining dead simple to use. Check out the demo reel below for some great examples and take a look at the Features page to understand how Flicker Free will benefit you!
It currently works as a plugin for Final Cut Pro, After Effects, and Premiere Pro on Macintosh or Windows. and try it on your footage, we think you'll be very happy!
Other Host Applications Coming Soon...
A version for Avid, Davinci Resolve, Assimilate Scratch, and Sony Vegas will be coming soon.
Flicker Free Demo Reel
The reel is a mixture of different typs of flicker problems with the originals and the deflickered Flicker Free versions. It shows a variety of situations that cause video to flicker. You can download a few of these movies from the Examples section to use yourself. Of course, you can use the trial version to apply it to your own footage and see for yourself how easy it is to deflicker video.
The video above is on YouTube and in some spots is pretty compressed. If you want to see a less compressed version, please click on the link below:
Key Plugin Features
- Smooths out flickering that occurs with Time Lapse, Slow Motion, and old footage.
- Keeps the color and detail of the original footage
- Deflickers footage by correcting exposure problems for time lapse and adjusting frames to account for electric light cycles with slow motion video.