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How do i add a Blur effect to my camera

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  • Already seen it but i want to blur the picture and don't want the transition.

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  • Have you tried zoom blue that's like the only alternative that I know of?

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  • ItzJustSamu I am not sure but what about a Blur effect on Post Lookup Table?


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  • ItzJustSamu I am not sure but what about a Blur effect on Post Lookup Table?


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  • The easiest way I know how to blur is to make a zoom blur, and pin it to all the corners.

    (Just make sure the strengths are all the same)

    Then you can add a script to show them appearing when you tap.

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  • Thanks Man! Really appreciate the help. I'll Try that.

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  • the same question I want to ask but now I also got the best answer. thanks so much everyone from locksmith tulsa

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    Post effects - Gaussian blur.

    Unless I missed something?

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  • ^ gaussian blur post effect was added in the latest Lens studio update which can now accomplish this much easier.

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  • Brandon / Apoc Great to know!

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  • I turned into seeking to zom in on my snapchat using the lenses I made and it doesnt zoom in, do you've got an concept of why that is happening? I cant find every other threads related to this difficulty. But with this blog, I have got my solution.

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