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[[Card(Plugin align=right, name=Name, icon=plugin-unknown.png, pack=[:LinkToPackage:Package Name], cat=Category Name, hist=Explain here some general history of the plugin, such as the first release it was in,)]] <<Card(Plugin align=right, name=Motion Blur, icon=plugin-mblur.png, pack=[[PluginsExtra|Plugins Extra]], cat=Effects, hist=)>>
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General introduction, mentioning the plugin's metadata name in '''bold''' (Desktop Cube, not cube) somewhere in the first sentence. Explain what the plugin does and how it relates to other plugins (where applicable) The '''Motion Blur''' plugin offers a motion blur effect, achieved by blending frames together into an animated time-lapse image.
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== Using <plugin> ==

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 * Format: {{{<Control><Alt>Up}}}
== Usage ==
The motion blur effect can be toggled via `<Control>F12`.
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Explain settings, optionally using a table. ''Italicise'' option names.
|| ''Motion Blur on Transformed Screen'' || ||
|| ''Motion Blur mode'' || The method used to create the motion blur. Can be either ''Texture Copy'' or ''Accumulation buffer''. ||
|| ''Motion Blur Strength'' || The intensity of the blur effect. The higher this value, the blurrier the effect. ||

Motion Blur

plugin-mblur.png

Package

Plugins Extra

Category

Effects

The Motion Blur plugin offers a motion blur effect, achieved by blending frames together into an animated time-lapse image.

Usage

The motion blur effect can be toggled via <Control>F12.

Configuration

Motion Blur on Transformed Screen

Motion Blur mode

The method used to create the motion blur. Can be either Texture Copy or Accumulation buffer.

Motion Blur Strength

The intensity of the blur effect. The higher this value, the blurrier the effect.

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