This example demonstrates how a Ramp and a Radial Blur can be combined to create an Action Zoom effect on your image.
This example demonstrates some of the blur filter types found in the Blur COP.
It also shows how two blur filter types can be combined and adjusted on individual X or Y axis.
This example demonstrates how to create a glowing effect using the Blur COP.
To do this, part of an image is extracted using luminance and brightened. This area is then blurred to simulate a glow and composited over the original image.
This example demonstrates several features of the Composite COP such as Weighted layers, Transforms, Tiling, and Motion Blur.
This example explores various methods of blurring an image using the Defocus COP.
This example demonstrates how the Defocus COP can mimic a depth of field effect using a detailed mask. An image containing point and normal map information is used. This allows a Depth of Field COP to act as a camera, and create a focus mask for the Defocus COP.
This example demonstrates a variety of methods to refine an alpha matte using the Expand COP. The expand, shrink, fill holes, and remove holes operations of the Expand COP are explored. In addition the use of an external alpha mask to further manipulate alpha mattes is shown.
This example demonstrates three different ways that the Lighting COP can simulate 3D lighting, using images with Point and Normal deep raster information. Point lighting, directional atmospheric lighting, and lighting without Normals are explored.
This example shows the basic uses of Streak Blur.
Using the Streak Blur COP to create a candle flame.