How to use Liquify

Liquify distorts the image while transitioning between scenes. The first scene melts into goop from which the second scene emerges.

Use the controls to set the distortion behavior.

    • Amplitude controls the amount of distortion applied to your image.  
    • Smooth change the distortion from a tight representation of your image’s luminance to a smoother and more abstract result, giving it a type of ‘liquid’ look.
    • Motion sets the direction of the distortion over the course of the transition. The choices are Clockwise, Counter Clockwise or Linear.
    • Distortion Source chooses which image to use as the distortion map. The pixels in the image provide a map to generate the distortion. 
    • Distortion Control determines the channels to use from the image in order to create the distortion map. For example, Intensity + Hue applies the image’s intensity and hue to distort the image. With this choice a bright orange image distorts in one direction while a dark green image warps in a different manner and direction.
    • Attack controls how fast the transition move from start to full effect.
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