Here is a list of all the ppEffects I know so far. If anyone knows any effects not listed here, please share them with us.
"colorCorrections" ppEffectAdjust [brightness, contrast, gamma, [R, G, B, multiplier], [R, G, B, multiplier], [R, G, B, multiplier]];
Cant give a more detailed description on the rgb-values, you'll have to play around with them a bit. First pair seems to add a tint, second is general colorbalance and the last pair is some sort of filter. But see for yourself.
"dynamicBlur" ppEffectAdjust [blur];
Full screen blur
"radialBlur" ppEffectAdjust [blur_x,blur_y,start_x,start_y];
Blur with seperate x,y values, wich fades away at the center of the screen.
"filmGrain" ppEffectAdjust [strength, alpha, scale, blend-light, blend-dark, <boolean>no idea what this is for];
... well, cool for camera/Tv effects
"colorInversion" ppEffectAdjust [R, G, B];
name says it
"chromAberration" ppEffectAdjust [amount_x, amount_y ,<boolean> exponential ?];
this baby seems to shift the the color channels apart from each other, good for erm.... any sort of drug-effect.
"wetDistortion" ppEffectAdjust [?];
Thats that. Now as a goodie, I'll also post some ppEffect settings im using as examples. Should give you an idea of what is possible.
"colorCorrections" ppEffectEnable true; "chromAberration" ppEffectEnable true; "radialBlur" ppEffectEnable true; "colorCorrections" ppEffectAdjust [1, 1, 0, [1.5,-1,-1.5,0.5], [5,3.5,-5,-0.5], [-3,5,-5,-0.5]]; "colorCorrections" ppEffectCommit 1; "chromAberration" ppEffectAdjust [0.01,0.01,true]; "chromAberration" ppEffectCommit 1; "radialBlur" ppEffectAdjust [0.02,0.02,0.15,0.15]; "radialBlur" ppEffectCommit 1;Turns your screen into an colorful infrared vision, blue=cold, yellow=hot... only that it doesn't actually show heat, it is still based on brightness but nevertheless it looks cool and with a bit of scripting an true IR-effect can also be achieved. We all know this, don't we ? Anyway its a bit of an change to the regular FLIRs out there
"colorCorrections" ppEffectEnable true; "filmGrain" ppEffectEnable true; "filmGrain" ppEffectAdjust [0.1, -1, 0.1, 0.05, 2, false]; "filmGrain" ppEffectCommit 1; "colorCorrections" ppEffectAdjust [1, 0.75, 0, [0.8,0.9,1,-0.1], [1,1,1,2], [-0.5,0,-1,5]]; "colorCorrections" ppEffectCommit 1;Stalker anyone ? This may need some adjustments, contrast is a bit too high. It adds a bit of grain and gives everything a reddish tint aswell as more contrast.
Now, go ahead surprise me, I wonder if there are any effects out there I've not yet came across.
Edited by Tajin, 26 June 2009 - 08:09.