Digieffects' Overexpose Effect for Damage v2 Plug-in allows you to simulate focus-hunt and iris-hunt effects similar to the ones occurring in the footage from consumer camcorders that constantly try to adjust to the changing composition. You can add a sense of dynamism to the other stable and somewhat mechanical footage.
Recreating effects similar to optical responses, the Overexpose Effect for Damage v2 Plug-in successfully creates random image flickering without any keyframing. With a wide variety of controls separated under the pre-color and post-color correction categories, the Overexpose effect incorporates wide flexibility for video manipulation. You can easily eliminate one of the fields via Deinterlace control, by interpolating a single field or both to create a non-interlaced, progressive output. RGB color values of the clip can be adjusted via individual Gamma controls. You are also provided with Bloom control that adjusts the amount of smear in the clip along with the Saturation control that controls how much color saturation needs to be added within the bloom effect.
You can also choose the color via a color-picker dialogue box or use an eyedropper to tint the bloom effect. Additionally, you can control the horizontal and vertical values of Bloom Frequency, Bloom Amplitude, Bloom Phase, and Bloom Chaos. You can also adjust the unpredictability of the bloom chaos via the Bloom Chaos Probability feature. Saturation Frequency, Amplitude, Phase, and Chaos can also be controlled.
Post-color Correction controls include the Post Gamma (R), (G), (B) control that allows you to adjust the gamma value of the clip post the bloom process. Advanced control allows you to control the chaos values to eliminate any unnecessary spikes or reduce them into an acceptable range. With support for AutoAnimate, you can easily preview your Overexpose effect without rendering. The Overexpose Effect for Damage v2 is compatible with Windows and Mac operating systems.