20 free light flare presets for HitFilm

by birtanpublished on August 17, 2020

In this video we're giving you 20 free light flair presets that you can use in any of your videos the link is ready for download in the description so let's take a look at how they work the light flares will download as a zip file to your computer

Extract that folder and inside you'll find a single hitfilm project file 20 composite shots and the same number of preview images to make things easier to see right click and group by type if you'd like to look at all the flares

Inside hitfilm you can open up the radiance 3.0 hfp file there's a composite shot called display which shows them all to use these flares in your projects you'll need to import the dot HFC file come over to the media

Panel and select import composite shot navigate to the radiance folder and select the file for the flare you want it'll import as its own composite copy or cut both the plane and the point and paste it into your main composite the

Plane is set to screen by default but you can change it to add to make it even brighter to move the flare around use the point the flair looks good when it's on black but it may appear washed out when you

Put it over footage because of this on most of the flares I've added a curves effect at the end to boost the contrast just checkmark it to turn it on some of the flares use features which are not available in the base free

Version of Express but are available inside add-on packs you can either purchase the pack to get the effect that the flare uses or remove the effect from the plane layer a lot of the flares use the gleam effect there is a way to do a

Similar effect in Express duplicate the plane layer with the flares and add the zoom blur effect under the zoom blur Center control set use layer to the same point that the flare uses to move around increase the strength to 100 for a more

Intense effect duplicate the zoom blur several times to learn how to build your own light flares check out this tutorial let me know if you have any questions and I'll see you all in the next video

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