mDirts – 150 HD 4K images featuring scratch & dirt elements

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mDirts (full name: motionVFX – mDirts 4K) is a material collection of ultrahigh-quality textures that consists of 150 pieces, PNG format, and HD 4K (4096 x 2304) resolution of images with scratch and dirt elements. It was specially made for artists and video editors to work with any NLE (non-linear editing) tools that support blend or composite mode (including image processing software and so on all kinds of post-production software).

If you want to use these images at work, just drag and drop them into your workspace or direct import them to the video/photo editing software, then choose the appropriate blend or composite mode to see the final effect. Of course, you can further adjust the transparency, saturation, hue, contrast and many other customization parameters of these texture materials, in order to get a better effect to enrich your works.

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Free Resource 1.81 GB


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