How to Create a CCTV Video Effect With or Without Plugins

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Learn how to degrade your image to make it look like security camera footage. Whether you’re shooting a movie about a bank heist or a found footage horror flick, you might be playing with the idea of having a scene that includes CCTV footage. And since it’s totally ludicrous to use an actual security camera to shoot it…How to Create a CCTV Video Effect With or Without Plugins

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