Radial Blur Layer

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{{Title|Radial Blur Layer}}
 
{{Title|Radial Blur Layer}}
 
{{Category|Layers}}
 
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{{Category|Blurs}}
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== About Radial Blur Layers==
 
== About Radial Blur Layers==
 
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Radial control of the size of the blur.
FIXMM!!!
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==Parameters of Radial Blur Layers==
 
==Parameters of Radial Blur Layers==
  
The parameters of the radial blur layers are:
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The parameters of the {{literal|Radial Blur Layer}} are:
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{|{{Parameters}}
  
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|'''Name'''||'''Value'''||'''Type''' 
 
 
|-style="background:#"
 
|-style="background:#"
 
||{{l|Image:Type_real_icon.png|16px}} {{l|Z Depth Parameter|Z Depth}}
 
||{{l|Image:Type_real_icon.png|16px}} {{l|Z Depth Parameter|Z Depth}}
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|-style="background:#"
 
|-style="background:#"
||{{l|Image:Type_real_icon.png|16px}} Size
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||{{l|Image:Type_real_icon.png|16px}} {{l|Size Parameter|Size}}
 
||0.200000
 
||0.200000
 
||real
 
||real
  
 
|-style="background:#eeeeee"
 
|-style="background:#eeeeee"
||{{l|Image:Type_bool_icon.png|16px}} Fade Out
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||{{l|Image:Type_bool_icon.png|16px}} {{l|Fade Out Parameter|Fade Out}}
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|| {{Bool|}}
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||bool
 
||bool
  
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== Samples ==
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If you wonder how the animations were made ([[Media:radial_blur.sifz|sample file]]):
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* a {{l|Star Layer}} is positioned at center of the Frame, with an {{l|Outline Layer}} of width 0.05u
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* the animations have 120 frames, and the [[#Size|Size]] parameter of the blur goes from 0u,0u to 1u,1u
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* the {{l|Render dialog|rendering}} settings are set to Quality 9 and Anti-Aliasing 1
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First sample is without [[#Fade Out|Fade Out]]:
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[[Image:radial_blur.gif|Fade Out was enabled]] [[Image:radial_blur_fade_out.gif|Fade Out was enabled]]
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== See also ==
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* A short description of the blur layers can be found here: {{l|Layer}}
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* {{l|Blur Layer}} mostly used types of blur.
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* {{l|Motion Blur Layer}} a type of blur that aims to simulate a motion blur (the one that happens when the object's movement is too fast for the exposure time). It is controlled by a single parameter called {{Literal|Aperture}}.

Latest revision as of 20:24, 26 April 2020

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Layer blur blur icon.png

About Radial Blur Layers

Radial control of the size of the blur.


Parameters of Radial Blur Layers

The parameters of the "Radial Blur Layer" are:

Name Value Type
Type real icon.png Z Depth 0.000000 real
Type real icon.png Amount 1.000000 real
Type integer icon.png Blend Method Composite integer
Type vector icon.png Origin 0.000000u,0.000000u vector
Type real icon.png Size 0.200000 real
Type bool icon.png Fade Out
 
bool

Samples

If you wonder how the animations were made (sample file):

  • a Star Layer is positioned at center of the Frame, with an Outline Layer of width 0.05u
  • the animations have 120 frames, and the Size parameter of the blur goes from 0u,0u to 1u,1u
  • the rendering settings are set to Quality 9 and Anti-Aliasing 1

First sample is without Fade Out:

Fade Out was enabled Fade Out was enabled

See also

  • A short description of the blur layers can be found here: Layer
  • Blur Layer mostly used types of blur.
  • Motion Blur Layer a type of blur that aims to simulate a motion blur (the one that happens when the object's movement is too fast for the exposure time). It is controlled by a single parameter called "Aperture".


Languages Language: 

English • čeština