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

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Enabling Motion Blur Effects

Motion blur is an effect that helps the audience identify which objects in the scene are moving fast. When enabled, objects in the scene that are moving are blurred, thereby giving them the impression of speed. Objects in the project that are at rest are not blurred, which gives a contrast to the moving objects.

Motion blur is enabled at the layer level using the Motion Blur panel, shown in Figure 32.1, in the Layer Settings dialog box. To access this panel, double-click a layer or select a layer and click the Layer Settings icon at the top of the Layers palette.

Figure 32.1. The Motion Blur panel in the Layer Settings dialog box.

The Motion Blur On option enables the motion blur effect for the current layer. ...

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