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Point Distortion

This tool is made to distort certain parts of your project

This tool is made to distort certain parts of your project. Use it to make faces and number-plates unrecognizable or distort. Up to 10 points can be tracked simultaneously.

After tracking the initial points, you now have to tell the plugin what it should do with the tracked information. To do this you have to go to Mode 5.


These are the controls of the "Point Distortion"-tool:



The first three controls will modify the calculated matte.


Feather Matte
Here you can feather the matte.


Invert
Check this checkbox to invert the matte.


Opacity
Use a setting below 100 to make the matte transparent.


The next five controls with distort the content of the matte.


Blur
Use this slider to blur the image contained within the matte.


Saturation
With this slider you can change the saturation of the image contained within the matte.


Distort Method
Distort Amount
If you like you can distort the content of the matte.


"Distort Method": "Random" will distort the image with a scattered noise. "Static" will add a static noise, as if you look through a heavily rippled glass.


"Distort Amount" controls the amount of the distortion.


Opacity Source
This slider controls the opacity of the areas outside the matte. A setting of 0 will make the area complete transparent.


Up to 10 point can be distorted simultaneously.



Define how many points you like to distort with the "Use Points 1-"-popup-menu. Please define how many points you like to use, before you tell the MotionTracker the initial positions of the points.

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