Download 4K door fire VFX for your video projects. This HD fire stock footage is ready to drag and drop over your projects to create perfect visual effects in seconds.
Creating realistic fire effects is one of the many questions a video editor will face. Whether you’re working on a Hollywood blockbuster or a social media advertisement., it’s important to work with the highest quality assets to add value to your final product. This effect has been built to provide you with an exclusive and effortless compositing experience, helping you achieve professional results without hard work.
The asset features a unique door fire ignition in 4K resolution. Using this live-action structure fire allows you to integrate it into your doorways, helping you match the shape of your environment perfectly. While most fire stock footage is difficult to adjust and calibrate to the context of your scene, we've designed this door fire effect to combine with your real-world doors perfectly. Take advantage of this door fire by placing it over the entrances of your burning buildings, and feel comfortable knowing that you've paid attention to every detail. We've provided this file with the entire ignition process, beginning with a small ember before erupting into a blaze around the door frame.
Get started by downloading this HD fire stock footage, and then import it into your project. This can be in several different compositing editing software, including Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Hitfilm, Nuke and Davinci Resolve. This door fire stock footage is provided in several formats to guarantee compatibility with your preferred software. We recommend using After Effects or Nuke for the best high-end editing experience.
By importing the fire VFX asset to your composition, you can layer the video effect over your background. If you utilise our ProRes 4444 codec, QuickTime PNG or PNG sequence, the transparency will automatically blend the layers together. We recommend using a Scree/Add transfer blending mode (especially when using the MP4 codec) to simulate the realistic combination of colors produced by the fire.