Radial Blur

The Radial Blur effect creates blurs around a point, simulating the result of a zooming or rotating camera.

Amount: Adjusts the intensity of the blur.

Radial Straight
No Blur Added
Radial A10 Spin
Amount: 10, Spin
Radial A25 Spin
Amount: 25, Spin
Radial A50 Spin HighAA
Amount: 50, Spin

Center: Changes the origin of the blur, will remain relatively sharp for the blur.

 

Radial A100 NewPos Spin
Amount: 100, Different Position Than Center

 

Type: Rotate simulates the camera being rotated, whereas the zoom replicates the camera zooming in.

Radial A10 Zoom
Amount: 10, Zoom
Radial A25 Zoom
Amount: 25, Zoom
Radial A100 NewPos Zoom
Amount: 100, Zoom, Different Center Point

Anti-Aliasing: You can specify the level of anti-aliasing applied at Best quality; no anti-aliasing is applied at Draft quality. At Draft quality, the blur appears somewhat grainy. You may prefer the draft results for special effects, but the grain may flicker on interlaced displays.(From Adobe Help)

Radial A50 Spin HighAA
Amount: 50, Spin, High AA
Radial A50 Spin LowAA
Amount: 50, Spin, Low AA
Radial A50 Zoom HighAA
Amount: 50, Zoom, High AA
Radial A50 Zoom LowAA
Amount: 50, Zoom, Low AA

You can specify the level of anti-aliasing applied at Best quality; no anti-aliasing is applied at Draft quality. At Draft quality, the blur appears somewhat grainy. You may prefer the draft results for special effects, but the grain may flicker on interlaced displays.

From the Adobe Help Site(https://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/using/blur-sharpen-effects.html#radial_blur_effect)

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