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Anime Studio™ 6: The Official Guide by Kelly L. Murdock

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32. Using Motion Blur and Depth of Field

  • Enabling motion blur

  • Using the depth of field effect

  • Adding noise grain

  • Using stereoscopic (red/blue) effects

In addition to particles, which reside on particle layers, Anime Studio includes several other common effects that are implemented on the project and layer levels. Motion blur is an effect that causes objects moving quickly through the project to appear blurred. Depth of field is an effect that allows the “camera” to focus on a single layer and all other layers in the project appear blurred. Using these blur-creation effects, you can give your project a sense of motion and depth. The Project Settings dialog box also enables you to use noise grain and stereoscopic effects.

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