CC Radial Blur

CC Radial Blur is more feature packed in comparison to the normal radial blur. It can do multiple types as well as other things.

Type: There are 6 types of blurs that you can do. I have set all the examples to 50 amount and 50 quality for convenience sake.

CC Radial CenteredZoom A50 Q50
Type: Centered Zoom, Amount: 50, Quality: 50
CC Radial Straight Zoom A50 Q10
Type: Straight Zoom, Amount: 50, Quality: 50
CC Radial Rotate A50 Q50
Type: Rotate, Amount: 50, Quality: 50
CC Radial RotateFading A50 Q50
Type: Rotate Fading, Amount: 50, Quality: 50
CC Radial Scratch A50 Q50
Type: Scratch, Amount: 50, Quality: 50

Straight Zoom blurs everything outward based on the center point. This point can be moved.

Fading Zoom seems to make a gradual increase in blurriness the farther from the center the blur is.

I don’t really know what centered zoom is doing. Seems to push the entire image back.

Rotate will create a blur by rotating the image clockwise based on the amount.

Scratch will create a blur by rotating the image clockwise and counterclockwise based on the amount. It will be more centered as well.

Rotate Fading is similar to fading zoom, as it will increase the blur amount over the space of the blur.

Amount: The amount gives the blur it’s power.

Quality: Quality is how much blending between blur steps will be given. The larger the number, the more choppy the blur will be. But it will be faster to render.

CC Radial Straight Zoom A50 Q10
Straight Zoom, Amount: 50, Quality: 1
CC Radial StraightZoom A50 Q50
Straight Zoom, Amount: 50, Quality: 50
CC Radial StraightZoom A50 Q100
Straight Zoom, Amount: 50, Quality: 100

You can also change the center point of the blur to where you like.

 

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