Rutt Etra Style Effect Using a DualMode Paint Preset

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The path displacement mapping is generated by the settings in the Path Randomization control panel. It uses Source Image Luminance to add a fixed displacement mapping to the generated sloppy rectangle paths.

The original paint preset used a Path End control panel setting of the Visual Error parameter designed to work with a white canvas starting point (WhiteCanvas Lum Error). I switched the Visual Error parameter to use the BlackCanvas Lum Error option since I wanted to paint on top of a black canvas.

I also wanted to paint with colored paint strokes rather than black ones, so I went to the Paint Color Source control panel and changed the Color Mode parameter from Black Only to Color.

I also wanted to have a tighter rendition for my painted color scan lines, so I went to the Vector Output control panel and switched the Main Render Option parameter from Raster to Vector (solid color).

I then switched to DualMode Paint operation mode. I used the IpOp option for the Dual Op parameter, which uses an image operation effect as the interleaved dual mode live image processing effect. I used the Smart Blur ip op effect for my Dual Op.

The new DualMode Paint preset output styling can be seen at the very top of this post. It generates a very abstract paint style, where the tight Rutt Etra like painted scan lines are adaptively blurred over time with the interleaved Smart Contrast live image processing effect. So you get a softer more etherial visual look to the final painting.

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NOTE: You do not need Quicktime with Studio Artist 5.0 for Still Images or Still Art.

If you want to do video processing with Studio Artist 5.0 you will need to install Quicktime.

We are working to eliminate Quicktime entirely from the Windows version of Studio Artist, but currently you will need Quicktime to do any video processing.

Quicktime is safe as a desktop application. What potentially is not safe is downloading a Quicktime video from an unknown and/or untrusted website if you have the Quicktime plugin installed on your browser. To avoid this you can disable the Quicktime plugin in your browser.

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