James Whiffin takes a look at all things motion blur in After Effects. James shows some ways to create motion blur in After Effects by faking it using the default After Effects Motion Blur feature, some force motion blur plugins, radial blurs and even using rendered motion vectors.

This is a great concept for a tutorial in that there are times when you really must make a choice as to how motion blur will be affected and how to create it as sometimes what will work for one composition, may not for another.

Check out the tutorial for A Focused Look Motion Blur In After Effects here.

James Whiffin writes: In this tutorial we will be discussing ways to fake motion blur using After Effects’ default Motion Blur feature, Force Motion Blur plug-ins, Radial Blurs, and Motion Vectors. We’re going to move quickly so hopefully everything stays clear. 🙂

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