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#1 Marty Hamrick

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Posted 20 March 2014 - 02:46 PM

I'm looking to take some video shot in the 90's on a VHS camcorder of the era and I want to make it look like it was shot on one of the first single tube home video camera/VHS deck combos, circa 1978-80.


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#2 Marty Hamrick

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Posted 21 March 2014 - 04:37 PM

How would it look if I shot the video off of a flat screen with a tube camera? I've done that with video and shot the monitor with a super 8 camera and made it look like quasi news film, but what I have here really needs to be tube video. I have a friend that's doing a mockumentary and I have some footage that I shot of a 70's party with a single chip VHS camcorder back in the 90's. I really want to put those comet trails on the disco ball.


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