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Mathias Kalhauge
Create an RGB Scope (Parade) in After Effects
on Aug 6, 2019 at 11:34:58 am

Hey, so I was wondering if anyone knew of a way to make an RGB visualizer in After Effects?
Somewhere along the line of a waveform that shows RGB instead of audio frequencies.
It needs to look something like this:
https://cdn.lynda.com/video/381541-119-635663819150098261_338x600_thumb.jpg


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Jack Chavez
Re: Create an RGB Scope (Parade) in After Effects
on Aug 6, 2019 at 8:00:15 pm

Dunno about MAKING one, but If you're running AE 2018 or earlier (all the way back to 2004) you can call up Color Finesse and presto! you have a working scope. 2019 or later you can do something similar with Lumetri and Lumetri Scope. Maybe record them in action and time ramp?

I would think making one would require quite a bit of coding but I look forward to other answers.

Cheers.



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Mathias Kalhauge
Re: Create an RGB Scope (Parade) in After Effects
on Aug 8, 2019 at 6:39:30 am

I might have found a way...

By extracting each channel to a seperate comp, and then using PixSort; I was able to sort each pixel by their luminance values for the three different channels.
It looks like the mix of parade and a histogram - so not completely realistic.
The only problem is the speed. PixSort is extremely taxing on processing, so it takes a good few 15-20 minutes to export 10 seconds.


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