Last updated: 30/04/2019
ColorShake shifts the colors of a render while shaking the camera.
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1. Go to 'accessory manipulation' and click 'load'.
2. Select 'ColorShake.x' and click 'Open'.
Accessory Parameter Values
-Z: Adjusts the speed of the shaking effect.
-Si: Adjusts the intensity of the shaking effect.
Editing the Code Parameters
-Line 5: #define ScnScale: Determines the amount of zoom during the shaking. Beamman recommends setting this value between 1.00~1.25.
-Line 6: float AmplitudeX: Determines the amplitude of the horizontal shaking, represented as a ratio of the screen width.
-Line 7: float AmplitudeY: Determines the amplitude of the vertical shaking, represented as a ratio of the screen height.
-Line 8: float Frequency: Determines the frequency of the shaking. A greater value means the shaking will be faster.
-Line 10: float2 bias_r = float2: Determines the range of the red-exclusion colors' shakes, represented in an (x, y) format.
-Line 11: float2 bias_g = float2: Determines the range of the green-exclusion colors' shakes, represented in an (x, y) format.
-Line 12: float2 bias_b = float2: Determines the range of the blue-exclusion colors' shakes, represented in an (x, y) format.
-This effect is a modification of HariganeP's Earthquake effect.