I'm trying to achieve effects using After Effects (or premiere) for a psychedelic rock video of a live band performing on stage.
I remember in the old days I had effects that were built into the camera - one in particular where the camera would zoom in and out and leave colored trace outlines of the edges.
Does anyone have any tips, resources or tutorials for creating pschedelic rock video effects in After Effects?
That stuff was shot in the studio, and it was video feedback. If you're talking about the gloopy-looking colored & animated backgrounds that showed up behind a band, that was done with colored water, colored oil and a couple of clear-glass plates mooshed around.
"Gloopy" and "mooshed" are both highly-technical terms.
Thanks Dave. So are there any methods to simulate video feedback using After Effects that you're aware of?
Thanks a lot - knowing the correct search term is half the battle.
Video Feedback is real time. A camera shoots a monitor, which the camera is feeding. If there's a switcher involved, you can add things over the camera input: a person chroma-keyed, for instance.
I don't know of any good way to replicate the look in AE.