An impactful transition to display your unpredicted popup messages, unstable elements, unreliable transmissions, and much more.
Glitch Transition makes your layers appear and disappear with a digital interference-effect.
Glitch Transition - Quickstart GuideOpen your After Toolkit, select your layers, and click on Glitch Transition.
You can apply this transition effect to your layers in-point, out-point, or both. Moving the in-point and the out-point of your layer will move the transition accordingly.Transition Length is the duration of the transition. You can set it in frames or in seconds, and change it at any time through the Effect Controls Panel.Horizontal and Vertical Scale drive how many displacement lines your glitch effect should contain.
Once you apply the script, you can edit each setting in the Effect Controls Panel.Horizontal Scale and Vertical Scale set the density of displacement lines.RGB Intensity increases the RGB (Red Green Blue) channels split effect. RGB Spread is how much of the image the RGB Split effect should cover.Pixelate Intensity adds a mosaic pixelation effect. Pixelate Spread is how much of the image the pixelation effect should cover.Frequency sets the glitch effect's speed: A frequency of 2 means your glitch will change every 2 frames. If you set it at 0, the glitch effect will be static.
The Glitch script creates a precomp parented to your layer that should remain on top of your layer to keep the Glitch effect active.
Everytime you apply custom settings, they are saved for the next time you use it again. Reset to default values will revert to original settings, before you ran it for the first time.To cleanly remove this script, select your layers, click on the script's button again, and click on Remove from layers at the bottom of the window. This button will appear only if the selected layers have this script applied to them.
Glitch Transition in action:
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