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You know how in some movies the actor is looking at an older film from the 60's or 70's and it has those black spots flickering throughout and maybe some vertical lines and the color is just totally off?  Well have you ever wondered if that's actual footage from the time, or if that's somehow computer generated?  Probably the latter in most cases; and here's a cool filter that can help you achieve that same look.  It's a free plug-in from CGM.

agedlookfilter.gifJust go to the website, and download CGM Aged Film LE v2.5.7.  Make sure you are putting your Plug-Ins in the right place.  When installing your plug-ins, follow this path:

HD > Library > Application Support > Final Cut Pro System Support > Plugins

This way the plug-ins will be available to any user who opens Final Cut Pro on your computer.  Don't forget that once you've installed the plug-ins, they're not just gonna show up in your Effects Tab right away; you'll have to restart Final Cut Pro in order for the application to recognize them.

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