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** originally posted at SESI forums

H9.1.179

Win Vista64 SP1

Using COPs, let's say I have a series of images rendered from 100-1000. I want to blur frames 100-200 using the fit expression ( fit($F,100,200,0,5) ) ... then repeat the same process on frames 350-450, 600-700.

I want to avoid having to chop this into chunks of frame ranges. Is there a COP that can do this? I'm sure there's an easy way of doing this.

Thanks in advance,

Rob

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You mean the Size parameter in the Blur COP?

I think you have to always bring the value back to zero then add on that:

fit($F,100,200,0,5)-fit($F,200,201,0,5)

You can turn this in to a function quite easily.

You can have isolated areas, holds and adds...

fit($F, 5, 10, 0, 5)-fit($F,10,11,0,5) + fit($F,15,20,0,10)+fit($F,25,35,0,10)-fit($F,35,36,0,20)

Or just key frame the channel.

Is that what you're after?

-jeff

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You mean the Size parameter in the Blur COP?

I think you have to always bring the value back to zero then add on that:

fit($F,100,200,0,5)-fit($F,200,201,0,5)

You can turn this in to a function quite easily.

You can have isolated areas, holds and adds...

fit($F, 5, 10, 0, 5)-fit($F,10,11,0,5) + fit($F,15,20,0,10)+fit($F,25,35,0,10)-fit($F,35,36,0,20)

Or just key frame the channel.

Is that what you're after?

-jeff

Hey Jeff,

Thanks for your response - does make sense. In the end, I just animated the channels.

Rob

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