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Paul HughesSepia Tones
by on Nov 3, 2003 at 11:25:16 am

Hi there,

I'm trying to finish off my short film and the final shot needs treatment. The effect that I'm trying to achieve is for the final image (freeze framed - got that far) to gradually drain of colour and become a sepia picture, over the space of maybe 5-10 seconds. Any ideas on how this could be done?

Also, if anyone happens to know what the exact Red/Green/Blue values of sepia are, then that would be very handy information as well, although that's the least of my worries!

Many thanks in advance

ph


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mike velteRe: Sepia Tones
by on Nov 3, 2003 at 1:19:45 pm

Try appling the Color Balance effect...enable keyframing...go to the last frame and set Saturation to ABOUT 65% and play with the Hue slider for your ending color.

http://www.video2stream.com


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Leonard KingRe: Sepia Tones
by on Nov 6, 2003 at 5:34:21 am

Alternatively, if it is a still frame, you could export the frame to Photoshop, create the sepia effect there, then do a cross dissolve between the original still frame and the sepia frame.


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