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How to make Glitch Intro in Blender 2.8

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wintermute digital writes:

This week's tutorial will show how to make a glitch effect in Blender 2.8. It's a simple procedure and many extensions can be applied to it.

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James X

I'm a student that's been using Blender for 5+ years. I started out following tutorials but soon created a few Youtube channels dedicated to making art out of interesting games and books. I also use Blender to make games with Unity and Unreal Engine.

4 Comments

  1. So Cool Tutorial ! This is very very useful ! I have learned many many things about blender from this video. Thanks for James X !

  2. Nice tutorial James. I've done something like this before but not thought of using the cell noise input like you did. A good tip. I have to say something about the audio though. Some of your keystrokes were explosive. Maybe a separate microphone away from the keyboard next time? Also the audio levels were a bit iffy at times. Once you have your narrative and music decided then using something like the ducking filter in Audacity would help. Also a touch of compression/normalisation might help too as your voice level varied from pretty low to high in parts. Overall a good tutorial and I look forward to your next one.

  3. Thank you so much for the feedback! I will try to figure out a better configuration for the mic and work out the sound, I haven't done a video with live audio before, so I definitely still have some stuff to work out.

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