||0 to 255
This sets the level of highlights that will receive the star treatment. The lower the number, the more of your image becomes starry.
||0 to 400
||This sets the length of the arms of each star. Keyframe this to make your stars throb/pulse.
||-360 to 360
||This sets the angle, in degrees, for the direction of the star. Keyframe this to create a real ‘twinkle’.
| Star Brightness
||0 to 500
||Larger numbers make for brighter stars.
| Star Saturation
||-1 to 1
||This controls how much colour, taken from the video, appears in each star. Negative numbers desaturate.
| Star Sharpness
||0 to 254
||This controls how soft or sharp the stars are. At higher numbers, the sharpness will eliminate the star points that are off axis of the set Star Angle.
| Star Post Blur
||0 to 100
||This adds a blur to the star effect. A medium high blur creates a heavenly glow out of the star effect. Generally, keep this number low to preserve star integrity.
||2 to 10
||Sets the number of points or arms for the stars.
||0 to 100
||Controls the blending of the original image with the star effect. Zero is no modification and 100% is the full starry effect.
|Turn this on make white into black. If saturation is turned up, colours will be inverted.
|Selects how the effect is combined with the original footage.
Normal: a simple percentage mix using the amount set in Star Blend.
Multiply: combination results in the final image being darker.
Screen: the opposite of multiply, brighter image.
Overlay: makes brights brighter and darks darker.
Lighten: makes brights brighter.
Darken: Makes darks darker.
Add: another way of brighting the brights.