mis-align rgb

mis-align rgb is an iMovie effect plug-in that simulates a TV/CRT with a defective horizontal or vertical beam alignment. the result is that the red, green, and blue parts of the picture don't align any more, and create multi-colored ghost images. you can control the alignment for all channels, as well as other parameters.

features:

red, green, blue sliders
these sliders control how far the corresponding red, green, or blue image is to be set off-center. the direction (vertically, horizontally) is controlled by the direction pop-up (see below)

empty color
this color control sets the 'color' of a pixel that is not hit by a simulated 'beam'. we recommend black (as is set by the default), but other values can yield interesting results.

please note that the empty color is only useful whenever you choose a non-wrap direction.

direction pop-up
this pop-up controls which direction you want to mis-align: horizontal, or vertical. for each direction there are two possible settings:

  • normal
    when the image leaves the sreen, it simply 'falls off'. border pixels on the opposite side will receive no color from this channel. a pixel that receives no color information from the image because of alignment, takes it's color information from the 'empty' color (see above).
  • wrap
    if a pixel falls off one side, it simply wraps around to the other side.

 

 

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price : USD 1.50

version 1.0.0