Remove dead or stuck pixels from view by touching them with one of the 8 pixel probes, and this plugin will analyse the surrounding pixels on every frame, and re-populate the dead pixel with the correct color.
A fully functional Timecode plugin which burns in all available data on screen, Source and destination timecode, clip name, image size, framerate etc. Each on-screen element can be moved and resized, with user-defined text field and an optional logo overlay.
A simple timecode plugin to burn in the timeline timecode (destination TC ) onto any clip. Useful for sending approval copies to clients. Simply drop the effect onto a clip to overlay the display.
This sophisticated character generator includes a count-up & count-down timer which can be set to display hundredths, tenths or whole seconds. Ideal for tutorials, game shows or sports. The sophisticated render engine allows ANY font to be used as if it was monospaced.
Similar to Timer, except the numbers and timing are driven by the s-a-m MLT graph editor. Ideal for newsrooms to illustrate accumulation of numbers on animated graphic. This sophisticated plugin allows ANY font to be used as if it was monospaced.
A high speed plugin to remove field jitter from interlaced footage. Unlike some similar tools, this one correctly deals with 32 bit images with alpha.
With so much editing work being done with LCD screens, there's increasing problems with videos arriving for broadcast with fields inverted. This plugin simply reverses the field order of the clip directly on the timeline. An essential tool for newsrooms.
A deceptively simple plugin, which lets you pause a clip with one click, and resume playback after a predetermined time. This plugin greatly speeds up this often requested task, and has an automatic de-interlace effect, so the paused frame does not have field jitter.
An analogue clock generator with eight clock styles, designed for broadcasters who need to prepare idents showing the time in multiple time zones. City names appear under each clock, and the second hand can either sweep or tick.
Legacy analog video often has poorly aligned chroma, which would in the past have been corrected with a delay line. This is the digital equivalent of that tool, and can significantly improve vintage video by re-aligning color correctly to the Y component.
In addition to the conventional Strobe effect, this plugin can also create a unique “smooth strobe” effect which keeps the image alive by playing a very slow-motion move instead of just a still image. Exclusive to the s-a-m Rio platform.
A free plugin which lets you view and render each color channel
R G and B, separately in monochrome.
Turn one image into a wall of repeated images with this easy to use effect. The images can have rounded or square corners and the effect generates its own colored background.
Another tool to deal with legacy material. Older capture cards did not capture full width images. This is apparent when played back on computer screens and LCDs with no overscan. This tool applies a progressive stretch to push the edges out to the frame edge without harming the protected area of the image.
Before de-interlace was available on Quantel systems, the work-around was to shift the whole image up by half a line, and let the hardware filtering calm the field jitter. This throwback effect uses the same technique.
Creates the appearance of a bevel-edged glass frame around the image, with adjustable refraction and relection. Easy to use on-screen controls.
Surprisingly, a broadcast monochrome image is not simply just a desaturated color image. The color components must be mixed according to ITU standards, which is what this plugin does.
For nice picture-in-picture images, round off the corners and optionally add a soft edge to the shape. Handy on-screen controls make this really easy to use, and the image can be repositioned inside the round edged frame.
Designed to rapidly turn a clip on and off to reveal the layer below in a trippy way. A classic MTV style effect. Start and finish times can be set accurately, and the mark-space ratio is adjustable.
A throwback to the days of projectors with RGB tube alignment problems. The individual red, green and blue color components can be moved to simulate mis-aligned tube guns. The effect is often animated to punctuate music videos and station idents, and to spice up graphics.
Simulate the old 405 line TV sets of yester-year with this GPU effect. The number of lines overlaid is user selectable. Also used to create the impression of cctv footage.
An unsophisticated film grain plugin which simply adds grain to be added to a clip. User can choose grain intensity, and if the grain is color or monochrome.
A brilliant effect which simulates the variable and random gate-weave of a film projector. It does not scale up the image but uses subtle morphing and stretching at the edges to keep the image full frame. Lamp Flicker is user adjustable.
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A simple way to blur a face out without drilling down into the menus. Pop the plugin on a clip, a face shaped mask appears, press the auto animate button and manually move the mask.
A cheezy overlay to simulate camcorder viewfinder. Useful for the ever present amusing home video TV shows . It allows the clock to be set on screen, and has battery power indicator, a flashing REC light and an optional 'tape-end' symbol.
The easiest way to play a video clip backwards.
This tool applies a progressive stretch to push the edges out to the frame edge without harming the protected area of the image. it has additional controls to teh standard stretch plugin, for more sophisticated image manipulation.
A high precision color matrix plugin which uniqely feature a pre and post gamma function. Only comprehensible by experienced colorists who have a brain the size of the moon.