Anisotropic Blur

Anisotropic Blur (Grayscale)

In: Filters/Blurs



Performs a high quality directional blur, with a few settings to customise appearance. Also known as "motion blur".

Important: make sure to use the appropriate version for your input! Use "Anisotropic Blur" for Color inputs, or "Anisotropic Blur Grayscale" for Grayscale inputs.


  • Intensity: 0.0 - 16.0
    Strength (Radius) of the blur. The higher this value, the further the blur will reach.
  • Anisotropy: 0.0 - 1.0
    Directionality of the blur. Setting this to 0.0 is the same as performing a regular blur.
  • Angle: 0.0 - 1.0
    Sets the angle for the blur direction.
  • Quality: 0 - 1
    Switches between a box blur and an HQ blur internally. Trades in speed for quality.

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