color displacement

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color displacement

Postby distinct07 on 05/26/2019, 1:12 am

hi guys

I am playing with AE and some videos, stucked somewhere ||-< ,
colors change in oral B_logo at time of displacement.

Need ur help, kindly resolve soon.

https://youtu.be/aeJ0xAr7iSY
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Re: color displacement

Postby JPT7505 on 05/26/2019, 1:27 pm

That video is literally one second long and impossible to see what you're talking about
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Re: color displacement

Postby distinct07 on 05/30/2019, 7:22 pm

I m talking only about the logo color that is changing from cyan blue to fluidy displaced colors.
The words even get blurred n merge.

For better clarity I have added again-
https://youtu.be/Z3VbngewxtU
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Re: color displacement

Postby star+circle on 06/1/2019, 1:59 am

Unlikely an After Effects creation. The effect that you're talking about is different wavelengths of light refracting differently in water. Some high-end renderers do that physically accurately. In AE it can be roughly simulated by RGB splitting, i.e. displacing each of the R, G and B channels by a different amount.
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Re: color displacement

Postby WilmonBlack on 07/18/2019, 2:47 pm

star+circle wrote:Unlikely an After Effects creation. The effect that you're talking about is different wavelengths of light refracting differently in water. Some high-end renderers do that physically accurately. In AE it can be roughly simulated by RGB splitting, i.e. displacing each of the R, G and B channels by a different amount.


To piggy back off this. Red Giant recently released a chromatic displacement effect. I have been doing something like this on my own for about two years where I use a B&W displacement map and then use that map as a mask for the chromatic aberration. All I do, and this is a very lazy method, is use levels to separate the RGB channels, put them all on add, and then scale one color layer by 100.6%. You can precomp your text this way to achieve this effect.
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