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How Can I Make a Filter Like This ?

  • Hi Ck,

    What it looks like the user did was get a GIF of fire sparks coming up from the bottom of the screen, then put it as a Screen Image under and Orthographic Camera. (you can tell by the slight hitch in the animation as it repeats, and the slightly reduced quality)

    This effect can be accomplished with particles as well, by adding an Orthographic Camera (this can easily be done by creating a Screen Image, then deleting the Image object under the Orthographic Camera) Take the Particle Emitter and place it under the Orthographic Camera and just have fun with the settings and textures until you find something you like :)

    Happy lens creating!

    Edit: If you have any further questions feel free to ask :)

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  • U can add a gif or a video in orthographic camera rather than adding particles
    You can check this one out-
    Its not same but works on same principles
    If u want i can provide u with the project file


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