Use post effects to put the final touches on your scene and help your objects stand out.
Once your scene is set up with objects, backgrounds and desired camera settings, you can add post effects to create the right look and feel for your scene.
Open the Post Effects panel
- Click the canvas to deselect objects so that the viewport properties panel is visible.
- In the viewport properties panel, select POST EFFECTS. The viewport will switch to preview mode.
Add/Remove Post Effects
You can add multiple post effects to your scene. Remember, they will only be visible in preview mode and in the published project.
- Looks - like photo filters, these alter the colour profile of your scene to create a specific feel. Browse the selection of filters, or upload a custom LUT following the instructions in the builder.
- Fog - Add height or distance fog. Use the siders to make adjustments to the opacity and darkness
- Vignette - Darken the scene from its edges to make the focal point stand out.
- Depth of Field - Define the area that will appear in or out of focus by adjusting the focal distance. Adjust the blur strength to intensify the effect.
- Bloom - Adds a bright, hazy effect. Move the sliders to adjust the size and intensity.
- Film grain - Applies a grainy appearance over your scene. Choose an animated film grain for a dynamic appearance - similar to TV static.
- 3D chromatic - Adds a subtle colour distortion to the edges of your objects.
- SSAO - (Screen Space Ambient Occlusion) Used in CG industry to calculate the Ambient Occlusion in the scene.
To remove an effect, open the hidden menu next to the effect name and click delete.