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Red Giant VFX Chromatic Displacement 1.0.1


Red Giant VFX Chromatic Displacement 1.0.1




Chromatic Displacement is a powerful and versatile effect that can create stunning visual effects and motion graphics. It is one of the new tools in the Red Giant VFX Suite, a collection of 10 high-quality plugins for Adobe After Effects that are designed to enhance your compositing workflow and create realistic visual effects.


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What is Chromatic Displacement?




Chromatic Displacement uses one layer to displace the pixels of another, while smoothly separating out the colors. Unlike the Displacement Map effect in After Effects, Chromatic Displacement uses the displacement image as a height map, which gives you beautiful, organic results. You can use Chromatic Displacement to create professional visual effects, such as force fields, heat ripples, light refractions, cloaking effects, and much more. You can also use it for motion graphics, such as using text to displace an image, or bringing on a logo in a new and interesting way.


How to use Chromatic Displacement?




To use Chromatic Displacement, you need two layers: a source layer and a displacement layer. The source layer is the layer that will be distorted by the displacement layer. The displacement layer is the layer that will determine how much and in what direction the source layer will be displaced. You can use any type of layer as a displacement layer, such as a solid, a shape, a text, an image, or even a video. You can also animate the displacement layer to create dynamic effects.


To apply Chromatic Displacement, you need to select the source layer and go to Effect > Red Giant VFX > Chromatic Displacement. In the Effect Controls panel, you will see several parameters that you can adjust to customize the effect. The most important parameter is the Displacement Layer, which is where you choose the layer that will act as the displacement map. You can also adjust the Strength, which controls how much the source layer will be displaced; the Color Spread, which controls how much the colors will be separated; and the Softening, which controls how smooth or sharp the edges of the displacement will be.


What are some examples of Chromatic Displacement?




Chromatic Displacement can be used for a variety of creative purposes. Here are some examples of what you can do with it:



  • Create a force field effect by using a circular shape as a displacement layer and animating its scale and rotation.



  • Create a heat ripple effect by using a fractal noise as a displacement layer and animating its evolution.



  • Create a light refraction effect by using a text as a displacement layer and animating its position and opacity.



  • Create a cloaking effect by using an image as a displacement layer and animating its mask.



  • Create a logo reveal effect by using another logo as a displacement layer and animating its scale and rotation.




Where can I learn more about Chromatic Displacement?




If you want to learn more about Chromatic Displacement and how to use it effectively, you can check out these resources:



  • The official [product page] of Chromatic Displacement, where you can find more information, features, tutorials, and examples.



  • The [Getting Started] video tutorial by Stu Maschwitz, where he shows you how to use Chromatic Displacement for various effects.



  • The [Introducing] video by Red Giant, where they showcase some of the amazing possibilities of Chromatic Displacement.



  • The [user guide]( of Chromatic Displacement, where you can find detailed explanations of all the parameters and options.



  • The [Red Giant blog]( where you can find more tips and tricks on how to use Chromatic Displacement and other Red Giant products.




I hope this article was helpful for you. If you have any questions or feedback, please let me know. Thank you for using Bing!


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