Text in brackets [like this] show what applications or operating systems are needed to do what's shown in the tutorials, but you can usually use a similar piece of software or approach to achieve similar effects. Experiment and have fun!
Text in parentheses (like this) indicate that this tutorial will need you to have comfort with a specific skill, like (programming) or using the (command line).
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These are tutorials that cover multiple techniques or serve as good general primers.
Use text or hex editors to edit the low-level data of a file and break it.
Use audio editors to glitch out images by interpreting them as sound, either putting them back out into images or using them as "music".
Alter or destroy frames of video or GIFs with a variety of techniques.
Glitching out 3d models with fascinating results. Typically requires a basic understanding of 3d modeling. (I don't know a ton about this. Have a suggestion? Let me know!)
Cool tricks that don't necessarily fit under any specific category, or are more obscure.
The following table lists out tons of different tools and resources I've found and collected here. You can sort by the various columns or use the search filter to find something. A quick legend:
Learn more about the origins of glitch aesthetic and its ilk.
There are a ton of little communities focused around the things that Glitchet is interested in around the net.
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Images that show off some common glitchety effects.