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Ran into this video. I've been trying to learn how to do this effect but it seems pretty hard to pull off. Since I'm not really into effects. I'm more in Cutting/Color Grading and Filming/Directing
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If anyone can help and know how to do this or what this is called I'd appreciate the help!

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Either use the trials plug-in if you have it

or

Copy the original clip, paste it above the existing one, drop the opacity to half, add earthquake or similar shake effect, enlarge the top clip slightly.

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what silly rabbit said or look up some after effects tutorials if you have access to AE it can be done with not much difficulty. although i am new to AE myself so sorry i cant help more than that

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Silly Rabbit wrote in post #14820076external link
Either use the trials plug-in if you have it

or

Copy the original clip, paste it above the existing one, drop the opacity to half, add earthquake or similar shake effect, enlarge the top clip slightly.

What's a "trials plug-in"? I do have after effects. CS6. I'll try your second recommendation
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If you got fcxp the trails effect is sick I used it in this video http://youtu.be/qkbvCL​kBLexternal link speed up to 2:57 if you don't want to see the whole video!

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Trails is just an effect that causes visual echoes (only way I can think to describe it). Most editing software has it but might be called something slightly different.

With it you wont get that exact result (but more of a bionic man thing going on), tbh you're better off going with the second suggestion as it gets the exact result you want.

It allows you to hold one shot steady which is important

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