7 Old TV Sets Photoshop Cinemagraph Animated Mockup
Run any video through this file for a cool, unique effect, commonly seen in website headers, backgrounds, etc. It works with videos or photos. You can export videos as .gifs (Cinemagraphs) or regular videos (or stills). This is a library of 7 Vintage TV Sets that play any video in full 1920×1080 straight from your Photoshop. This file will make your video old, black and white, with those recognizable horizontal lines across.
You can even apply (or remove) few old color effects we’ve added. You just have to insert your video (shorter the better) or photo by double-clicking the red layer on top, called “double click to load video”, and loading your asset in the window that will open. Once you resize to fit the space provided, save it and it will automatically update all 7 scenes with your image or video, bat it will look very vintage and old.
Once you import your video, you only have to pick the scene you want to use (enable/disable all 7 TV set layer folders to see them all) and to export/render (see the included .doc file that explains and demonstrates how to insert videos/images, how to adjust settings, video length and how to export files).
Note: If exporting as Cinemagraphs and other .gif’s, you don’t want your video to be longer than a few seconds. You just have to move the right “selection” bracket (that specifies the length of video) In the timeline and it will only render that, selected area (see the .doc file included in the download). you can also move both brackets to specify start and end of your desired video length.
Use it in PHOTOSHOP with NO OTHER SOFTWARE NEEDED!
TIP: If you want to share with the world and upload your animated .gifs to Facebook, then you’d want to upload them to 3rd party services first, that will enable you to share your work on all social media. It’s very easy, and free to do so.
This file will work with any video, old and new, color and black& white. You can use images instead and it will create these 7 beautiful scenes with a still photo treated in the same way, as shown in my examples.
If you like this file, check my other Cinemagraph Photoshop Action that freezes certain elements of your videos in endless looped .gifs – straight from Photoshop with no other software needed (HERE)