How to apply an Animated Faded Film Grain to your videos in Adobe Premiere Pro (CC 2017 Tutorial)

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In this video, I will show you how to blend and apply film grain specs and dirt on your footage!

Link to the stock footage I used:(https://pixabay.com/en/videos/film-cinema-projection-count-9615/)

*Note that particular footage has a bit of jpeg looking artifacts and compression which might not be desirable depending on the standards of your project, try searching for higher resolution or more premium film stocks if needed and you can apply these same concepts and techniques to blend it together!
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