The Old-fashioned movie effect lets you add scratches, dust particles and film roll jumps to images and videos.
You can find the effect in the Toolbox under the Objects tab in the Live effects section.
Insert old-fashioned movie effect
1 Old-fashioned movie - Insert effect
To use the effect, you can drag it directly onto an image or video in the Timeline.
You can also drag the effect to the Timeline and later insert one or more images or videos. In this case, drag an image object or video object from the Toolbox into the empty yellow box.
After you insert the image, a colored frame appears with the title of the effect surrounding the small preview image in the Timeline.
Click on the colored frame of the effect in the Timeline to see the settings for the effect. Via checkmarks you can activate/deactivate the effects Noise, Dust and scratches, Wandering lines and Brightness fluctuation in Old-fashioned movie.
Paste the Old-fashioned movie effect into the Timeline. Drag a video into the effect. Drag the Color effect onto the video. For the Color effect, under Properties, choose B/W (black/white) and set the Strength to 100%. This turns your video into an antique film with a black and white look.
Old black and white movie