Overview

The pinch effect takes the image and pinches its pixels to a single point.

On one edge of the canvas being full, end to end, and cascading to a single point on the other end.

Effect Controls

  1. Axis: [ Default X ] [ Dropdown X, Y ]

    • Sets the axis on which the pinched pixels land on.

      • X: Pinch existing on the X plane ( Top or Bottom edges )

      • Y: Pinch existing on the Y plane ( Left or Right edges )

  2. Amount: [ Default 0 ] [ Range 0 - 100 ]

    • Sets the X coordinate of where the strip effect will focus\

      • 0 being a pinched image

      • 100 being no pinched image

    • NOTE a bit confusing 0 should be no effect and 100 should be full effect.

  3. Center: [ Default 0 ] [ Range -180 to 180 ]

    • Sets the center point of the pinching on the dictated end,

  4. Curve Amount: [ Default 0 ] [ Range 0 to 100 ]

    • Determines the amount of curvature leading to the pinched point

      • 0 being none

      • 100 being an extreme curvature

  5. Invert: [ Default OFF ] [ CHECKER BOX }

    • Inverts the direction of the pinching from left to right. on the X axis, or top to bottom, on the Y axis.

  6. Global Opacity: [ Default 100 ] [ 0 - 100 ]

    • Controls the overall opacity of the effect on the image

Effect Preview

  • Distortion Map: [ Axis Y ] [ Amount 0 ] [ Center ] [ Curve Amount 0 ] [ Invert OFF ]

  • Image: [ Axis Y ] [ Amount 0 ] [ Center 0 ] [ Curve Amount 0 ] [ Invert OFF ]

  • UV Map: [ Axis Y ] [ Amount 0 ] [ Center 0 ] [ Curve Amount 0 ] [ Invert OFF ]

  • Distortion Map: [ Axis X ] [ Amount 50 ] [ Center 0 ] [ Curve Amount 50 ] [ Invert OFF ]

  • Image: [ Axis X ] [ Amount 0 ] [ Center 0 ] [ Curve Amount 50 ] [ Invert OFF ]

  • UV Map: [ Axis X ] [ Amount 50 ] [ Center 0 ] [ Curve Amount 50 ] [ Invert OFF ]

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