Directional Blur Video Effect

This effect adds blur to the image; it copies the image multiple times, shifts the copies in a given direction, then combines all of the images together to simulate a directional blur.

Time-Lapse Tool Directional Blur Effect

Settings

You can adjust the following settings for this effect:

  • Angle setting. This defines the angle at which the images will be shifted. 0 indicates the top as the start point and value greater than 0 moves the start point clock-wise, and images are directionally blurred as follows:
    • 0 indicates the images are being blurred to the right.
    • 25 indicates the images are being blurred to the bottom.
    • 50 indicates the images are being blurred to the left.
    • 75 indicates the images should be blurred to the top.
  • Blur defines how far the images will be shifted to create the blurring effect in the resulting image.
Time-Lapse Tool Directional Blur Effect Settings

Example

These settings for this time lapse software effect (12 as the blur setting) move the blurred image a bit to the bottom (25 as the angle setting).

Time-Lapse Tool Directional Blur Effect Example

Note: this effect is available in the free version of Time-Lapse Tool.


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