Dust 4K

Dust 4K

Dust in Motion 4K is a collection of 27 Highly Realistic Dust, Snow, Motes, Floating, Particles Footages in 4K Resolution that will give a majestic look, depth and quality to your video projects / photos.

It is a must have pack for filmmakers, videographers, video editors, photographers and motion artists / designers etc.

These footages can be very useful as an optional / additional tool in color grading your project and move it to a very high level.

Dust in Motion 4K footages are compatible with any non-linear software supporting Blending Mode, such as: ( After Effects , Premiere Pro , Sony Vegas , MAGIX Vegas , Apple Motion , Final Cut Pro , Avid Media Composer , DaVinci Resolve , Edius , iMovie , Pinnacle Studio , Corel Video Studio , Nuke , Camtasia Studio etc. )

  • Frame Rate – Cinematic 24 fps
  • Resolution – 4K / 3840×2160
  • Video Encoding – H264
  • Each clip has 15 seconds long. With 27 clips you will get 6+ minutes of high quality snow renders.
  • Easy to use. You just have to drop the dust clips to your project and set its blending mode to ’ Screen ’, ’ Add ’ or any other.
  • Video Tutorials Included!( How to use Dust footages in After Effects + Adobe Photoshop )

Video Tutorial Included.

Dust in Motion 4K footages / backgrounds / overlays can be also used to add some particles / motes to your photos using graphics editing programs, like Adobe Photoshop or GIMP, that allow the user to modify the blend modes. Video Tutorial Included.

The video scenes from the preview are not included! but you can find them here:

’’ PHANTOM FLEX 4K 1000FPS ’’ by Jacob + Katie Schwarz – https://youtu.be/13wt6cmCRK0

’’GREEN MANSIONS’’ by Mickey Todiwala ( Gatha ) – https://vimeo.com/91894397

’’ Viera + Juraj ’’ by Martin Ciganek – http://vimeo.com/96996858

’’ FRAGMENTS ’’ by Monika Delgado & Mickey Todiwala ( Gatha ) – http://vimeo.com/49092271

’’ GETTING READY FOR FIGHT ’’ by Pressmaster – http://videohive.net/item/getting-ready-for-fight/11154009

’’ AERIALS FROM SCANDINAVIA AND ICELAND ’’ by Christian Clavadetscher – http://vimeo.com/95130216