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

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Enabling Depth of Field Effects

The depth of field effect occurs when the camera is focused on one particular object in the scene and all other objects closer to and farther away from the camera than the designated object appear blurry. The amount of blur depends on the distance from the object in focus. For example, picture a football player running down the sidelines. Using a depth of field effect, you could focus on the football player while any players in the foreground and the crowd in the background would be blurred.

To enable this camera effect in Anime Studio, open the Project Settings dialog box, shown in Figure 32.3, using the File, Project Settings menu command. In the Depth of Field section, choose the Enabled option to turn on this ...

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