All the resources I’ve shared here on Spoon Graphics so far have been graphic design related, but today I have something a little different. I also quite enjoy a bit of videography in my spare time and this free set of film burns and transitions helps achieve some of the popular video editing styles with retro analog effects. The pack contains 30 video clips in 1080p 60fps format with colorful blurs that mimic light leaks when placed over your footage with the Screen composite mode in your favourite editing software. The clips range from 1 to 16 seconds to provide a mix of fast transitions and more prolonged overlays.

Add colourful overlays and transitions to your videos to mimic film burns and light leaks with this free pack of 30 video clips. Place a clip over your video footage then set the composite or blending mode to Screen in Final Cut or Premiere. You can also reduce the impact of the effect by adjusting the opacity if necessary, or smoothly slow the 60fps footage down to extend the clips with more gradual color changes.

30 Free Film Burns and Transitions

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  1. I don’t think anyone else is having this problem, but when I downloaded this file and the bundle you get when you subscribe, I got a message saying “Windows cannot open this folder” and saying the file was invalid…I tried the RAR. file on the bundle to no avail. Any ideas on what I can do?

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  2. Very, very cool! I would have never thought of doing this! That’s why you are the designer and I am the consumer. LOL I sure thank you!

    Su

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  3. Thank you for this! I appreciate all of your efforts, definitely one of the best sources I have found online for anything design related. :)

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  4. You’re seriously the best. As a design student, I can’t tell you how much help your assets are as time savers, idea helpers, educational devices, and so much more. Thanks man!

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