Simulates poor analog television reception, adding attributes like exaggerated video field
scan lines, static and roll. This filter causes rasterization in 3D groups. For more information
on rasterization, see
Bad TV applied
Parameters in the Inspector
Sets the amount of horizontal offset applied to video fields.
Sets the amount of vertical offset applied to the image. The entire image is displayed,
but the image is split along the roll line, with the otherwise missing part of the footage
shown joined along the roll line.
Sets the amount of static added to the image.
Sets the amount of horizontal RGB channel offset applied to the image.
Sets the amount of color saturation applied to the image. Negative values
reduce saturation, positive values add saturation.
Scan Line Brightness:
Sets the brightness of the video field scan lines added to the image.
Scan Line Percentage:
Sets the thickness of the video field scan lines added to the image.
Number of Scan Lines:
Sets the amount of scan lines added to the image.
Sets the percentage of the original image to be blended with the filtered image.
The HUD contains the following controls: Waviness, Roll, Static, Color Synch, Saturate,
Scan Line Brightness, Scan Line Percentage, and Number of Scan Lines.