Add Motion Blur (Shutter Angle) To Default Motion Panel
It already exists in the effects>distort>transform tool, but it would be really great to incorporate it into the default motion effect, especially for quick GFX and title integration.
Jonah Walker commented
Yes there needs to be motion blur in Premiere Pro. It is the dumbest thing. FCP 7 had Motion Blur, and you can activate it in FCP X if you own Apple Motion. I hate that you can't put motion blur on moving objects in premiere. I am OK with render time, I just want things to look better.
@TaranVH In fact, my proposal is to use only the transform filter instead of motion. Leaving it reiterable and solving the bugs of course.
@Felice It's not stupid. It allows for motion within motion. Essential for making certain kinds of animation easy to do.
But the transform effect has historically been really buggy.
I completely agree. It is stupid to have two equal effects. It would be better to use the transform filter as default instead of motion.
I've been submitting feature requests on this since CS4. It made sense back that when it was separate, but it should be there by now. Even FCP had motion blur options. I don't like jumping to After Effects to add basic motion blur to a simple moving graphic. Transform tool is too buggy with nested sequences to rely on.
Ups I have not seen your suggestion. I basically had the same Idea. Here is my suggestion:
Maybe vote for both if you really want this feature to be implemented.
Fran are you kidding me? Who honestly uses the "Transform" effect for skew or anything BESIDES the motion blur workaround? Not having it in the basic Motion panel is poor design, essentially you have two effects that can be handled by one...
Definitely a must-have feature!
Amr Toukhy commented
please, please... very much needed... very much
Scott P commented
I agree with this. Why is this NOT on the default Motion panel? You also can't copy and paste from the Default Motion panel to Transform Effect if you decide that you need motion blur support
Fran Roig commented
Thanks for posting this idea. I guess that you mean something similar as After Effects? Let's see if other users vote for this.