Composites rainbow halos and/or glint-like rays at locations where the source clip is brighter than the threshold.
The transition version of Glow, using natural glowing light to enhance the dissolve between two clips. The glow can be customized for the incoming and outgoing clip.
Recolors the source clip according to three specified colors using the brightness of the source clip. Similar to DuoTone and QuadTone.
Simulates lots of flashbulbs going off. With many small flashes, can look like a stadium scene. With a few large flashes, works well on a celebrity red carpet clip.
This effect gives a warm, smoky look to your footage by softly darkening the darker areas of the source clip.
Performs a wipe transition between two clips using a grid of growing or shrinking dots. The Wipe Percent parameter should be animated to control the transition speed.
Transition between two clips using animated lightning bolts. The clips dissolve into each other, while the lightning grows.
Makes a 2D grid of lines, with the option to combine it with the background clip. Create a variety of different grid styles and animate the grid for unexpected looks.
Simulates damaged film with elements including dust, hairs, stains, scratches, defocusing, flicker, and shake. Each element has controls for adjusting the look of the damage.
Warps the source clip to generate optical glass-like effects as if the source clip were being viewed through an arbitrarily-shaped lens.
Applies a gamma correction to the input clip. The red, green, and blue channels can be adjusted independently.
Performs a wipe transition between two clips using two wedge shapes. Increase the Border Width parameter to draw a border at the wipe transition edges.
Emits light beams from the brightest areas of the source layer. The source layer can also be selected as a matte to colorize the rays. Similar to EdgeRays.
Applies horizontal lines to footage simulating the look of a color TV monitor, with an optional bad reception effect.
Transitions between two clips while blurring each. The first clip is blurred and faded out while the second clip is unblurred and faded in.
Transitions between two clips by scrambling the pixels of the inputs within an area of the max amount. The first clip is diffused away, the second clip is diffused into place.