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please HELP! how can I create this specific smoke effect

New Here ,
Oct 14, 2023 Oct 14, 2023

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Hello, noob here, I wanted to create a live stream alert overlay like shroud used to have.

Can anyone please tell me how the smoke effect behind the logo is created.

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Oct 16, 2023 Oct 16, 2023

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That looks to me like Turbulent Displace and / or Vector Blur.

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Looking at my screenshot:

  • I precomposed the logo into comp - so that effects would extend beyond the edges of the images.
  • At the top of the comp is just the logo precomp, so that it matches the video you linked.
  • The second comp has CC Vector Blur and Turbulent Displace. 
  • CC Vector Blur uses the 3rd layer as a vector map to drive the "warping"
  • The third layer has Fractal Noise on it, with the offset and evolution keyframed.  
  • The Turbuluent Displace also have the offset and evolution keyframed.  These keyframes all help create a flame like distortion.

 

 

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Thankyou so much for the trouble. Looks like it just might work. I'll try it right now

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