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by V. Renee, nofilmschool

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You know when your video footage has that really nasty flickering in it? Yeah, that’s just the worst thing ever. “Where’s the hot shot that turned a strobe light on during the shoot,” you wonder, but hey, I promise it wasn’t the hot shots’ fault. It’s banding, or flickering, which happens when the frequency of a light source doesn’t match up nicely with the frame rate of your camera. If you’re like, “Yeah, cool information…wish I knew that before I shot all my footage,” don’t throw your work out just yet. Filmmaker Peter McKinnonhas a ridiculously quick and easy hack that may fix your flicker problem completely.

Check out his tutorial below…

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