The BCC Cross Glitch filter is an auto-animating transition effect for
simulating some of the kinds of errors and artifacts that can be apparent
during digital video playback. It is useful as a style element on video or
titles to create a sense of energy and movement. It makes use of auto-
animation so it requires little or no keyframing.
BCC Cross Glitch allows a single glitch to last for more than one frame with
controls over how that glitch grows and fades over its lifetime, thus allowing
more dynamic and realistic glitch behavior that can be achieved with glitches
that last only a single frame. A special Curves preview mode allows
visualizing the relative locations of the glitches over time.
[To learn more about this filter, and see a breakdown of the various controls,
please click here.](https://www.borisfx.com/helpdocs/?page_id=7904 “BCC Cross
Glitch Help Documentation” )