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« on: March 12, 2023 @969.62 »

The thread about audacity glitching pictures reminds me of my love for glitches as art, my only issue being a lot of ways that glitch art can be made is just websites that add some lame overlay. I adore glitching things with actual hardware, software and more natural means. I know I can do stuff with circuit bending, pointing a vhs camera at a CRT and maybe weird stuff with amps; but is there a way I can do it without more hardware? How could I naturally create glitches in images, audio or video through my pc and some more software or weird methods?


I'd also love to see any that you all have made! I find it super interesting to see naturally made glitches and it would be so cool to see what you've done!
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« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2023 @110.28 »

When I first got my new laptop (which was originally used as a hackintosh) there was a issue with the display were whenever you turned on the laptop purple lines would start running up the screen this continued until the display would start to flicker with some static effect before going to pitch black with a short lived static noise as it went to black. The only way to undo this would be to close the lid and open it again, and the purple lines issue would be resolved until you turned it off or let it sleep for a long while.

We had to buy a new display for the laptop, I would love to show it to you but I don't think I have recorded evidence.

Moral of the story: If you want to see natural glitches, get a display with a issue that is worth recording for a YouTube video.
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« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2023 @247.04 »

if you're looking to mess with and distort images in a easy-to-do way, then i really recommend imagemagick - it's a neat minimal bit of kit thats cross-platform and open source that lets you apply all sorts of effects and snazzy markups to images :))

have fun with your found footage-style art!
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« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2023 @566.66 »

When I first got my new laptop (which was originally used as a hackintosh) there was a issue with the display were whenever you turned on the laptop purple lines would start running up the screen this continued until the display would start to flicker with some static effect before going to pitch black with a short lived static noise as it went to black. The only way to undo this would be to close the lid and open it again, and the purple lines issue would be resolved until you turned it off or let it sleep for a long while.

We had to buy a new display for the laptop, I would love to show it to you but I don't think I have recorded evidence.

Moral of the story: If you want to see natural glitches, get a display with a issue that is worth recording for a YouTube video.
I might have to drag out my old, barely functioning laptop from the early 00s and see what I can cook up just by turning that poor thing on. This also reminds me that I was supposed to start a hackintosh project but I never got around to it.
if you're looking to mess with and distort images in a easy-to-do way, then i really recommend imagemagick - it's a neat minimal bit of kit thats cross-platform and open source that lets you apply all sorts of effects and snazzy markups to images :))

have fun with your found footage-style art!
Oooh thank you! I'm gonna spend all day figuring this out, it's been a while since I've used an image editor without a GUI, I think that'll help make it more random and natural though!
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« Reply #4 on: March 13, 2023 @617.80 »

So, I wouldn't actually recommend doing what I'm about to suggest, but this thread does bring to mind something I used to do as a (dumb) kid.
Me and a friend discovered that, while playing an N64, if you run a game and then slightly remove the cartridge from the cartridge slot on one of the sides, the game would start freaking out and glitching all over the place. An example I can recall, while playing Ocarina of Time, you'd see Links model start to glitch out and fly all over the place, also strange sounds would happen too.

Again, I wouldn't recommend doing this since it likely damages both the game and the hardware, but it did give some interesting glitchy effects that you wouldn't otherwise see. You'd never catch me doing that nowadays lol.  :ok:
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« Reply #5 on: March 13, 2023 @927.93 »

you may be interested in datamoshing, as demonstrated in this music video

https://youtu.be/watch?v=nS7QvOX8LVk
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« Reply #6 on: March 13, 2023 @980.24 »

you may be interested in datamoshing, as demonstrated in this music video

https://youtu.be/watch?v=nS7QvOX8LVk
This is possibly the most 2011 YouTube video ever and I love it! I'm so gonna look into this! Also this reminds me of my other favorite early internet rapper Krispy Kreme (later "Froggy Fresh")
So, I wouldn't actually recommend doing what I'm about to suggest, but this thread does bring to mind something I used to do as a (dumb) kid.
Me and a friend discovered that, while playing an N64, if you run a game and then slightly remove the cartridge from the cartridge slot on one of the sides, the game would start freaking out and glitching all over the place. An example I can recall, while playing Ocarina of Time, you'd see Links model start to glitch out and fly all over the place, also strange sounds would happen too.

Again, I wouldn't recommend doing this since it likely damages both the game and the hardware, but it did give some interesting glitchy effects that you wouldn't otherwise see. You'd never catch me doing that nowadays lol.  :ok:

I remember doing this and thinking it was so cool lol. I'm so lucky that my console and cartridges still work after what I put them through  :ohdear: . Now I'm curious if there is a way to simulate cartridge tilting in an emulator? Definitely an interesting concept!
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« Reply #7 on: March 14, 2023 @152.65 »

you may be interested in datamoshing, as demonstrated in this music video

https://youtu.be/watch?v=nS7QvOX8LVk

Thanks for telling me the name of that effect, there are plenty of videos that use datamoshing and loved the effect but I didn't know how to do it because I didn't know the effect's name. I will be sure to do that when I get back into video editing.
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« Reply #8 on: March 14, 2023 @446.68 »

So, I wouldn't actually recommend doing what I'm about to suggest, but this thread does bring to mind something I used to do as a (dumb) kid.
Me and a friend discovered that, while playing an N64, if you run a game and then slightly remove the cartridge from the cartridge slot on one of the sides, the game would start freaking out and glitching all over the place. An example I can recall, while playing Ocarina of Time, you'd see Links model start to glitch out and fly all over the place, also strange sounds would happen too.

Again, I wouldn't recommend doing this since it likely damages both the game and the hardware, but it did give some interesting glitchy effects that you wouldn't otherwise see. You'd never catch me doing that nowadays lol.  :ok:

There's ways to imitate that digitally, it's called game corruption and the YouTuber Vinesauce is doing regular streams corrupting various games live and just dicking around with and reacting to it.

Like, this is Ocarina of Time; if this is nostalgic for you. :)

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