The ultimate blurring filter set that combines user directed controls and feature sensitive methods.
Unveil a world of professional-level image manipulation with RE:Vision Effects SmoothKit. Fine-tune your every pixel for perfect control over blurs and sharpens, offering unparalleled imaging quality without any sacrifice in performance or accuracy. Unlock your creative potential through detailed precision editing!
RE:Vision Effects SmoothKit Features
More options. SmoothKit is a set of blur and sharpening filters that complement and extends the features of basic blurs and sharpens usually provided.
Retain features. Blur without over-softening important features and edges. Emphasis is on precise control with no compromise on image quality.
Better sharpening. SmoothKit sharpens with much less ringing, using a proprietary sharpening algorithm.
RE:Vision Effects SmoothKit Feature Specs
Preserve Edges. Soften areas while preserving sharp edges.
Choose what to process – Selectively filter the luminance, chrominance, or each of the RGB channels independently.
Sharpen. Sharpen plugin with a proprietary technique that significantly reduces the usual sharpening ringing artifacts.
Reduce staircasing. Includes a jaggie-reducing filter to help eliminate staircasing.
Better median filter. Get much less blocky results with SmoothKit’s median filter.
Compound blur. Optional grayscale images may be used to modify blur size on a pixel-by-pixel basis.
Splines to control blur direction – Ability to use splines to control the direction of the blur at each pixel. (Not available in Premiere Pro, Quantel eQ)
Blur using provided directions. Directional filtering with per-pixel direction and strength controls.
Block artifacts. Intelligently reduce block artifacts in MPEG or other compressed footage.
Temporal filter. Multi-frame (temporal) filtering with several useful processing modes.
Depth of field. Z-blur uses depth maps for blurring control. Ability to change where the focal point should be.
This plugin is also included in the RE:Vision Effects Effections bundles.
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