Shake macros
Here you'll find Shake macros I've created that I find useful and therefore want to share.


Line
This is a quite flexible line drawing macro that features some good extra settings. You can set the color, width (using float subpixel accuracy), extrapolated length, position slide and probably the most important thing - full quality motion blur!

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Line



Chromatic Aberration
This is a quite traditional chromatic aberration filter. Quite a lot of people use to scale up the red channel a bit to simulate the effect of optical chromatic aberration. That gives you quite a red/cyan edge look. You can go further and separate the green channel as well for better looks. What this macro does is slicing the colors up much more so you get a continous spectrum spread out. You can specify the spread out (positive or negative), an additional scale up/down and how many steps you want in between the primary channels.

The top image on the left is a comparison of the effect before and after (mouse over to swap image). The one below is a comparison between this filter and a simple scale up of the red channel.

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Chromatic Aberration


IHueShift
This is a color warping macro that shifts hue based on the alpha channel that goes into the second image input. The key feature is that instead of "shortcutting" the grade across the color wheel as normal hue shifters does, this macro grades the input around the wheel going through all the colors along the way.
It's easiest to understand looking at the example on the left. It's a blue graded perlin noise from start. After going through the IHueShift the colors have changed according to the parameter settings and the alpha channel input (that you can see by hoovering your mouse pointer over the example image). Here a setting of -0.75 was used for the "hueShift" parameter making the color shift 75% of a full color wheel revolution clockwise. You can use positive and negative values and even higher numbers here, e.g. 10 for ten full revolutions counter clockwise. If you up the "hueShift" parameter you must be aware of the "steps" parameter as well since this is the amount of steps the color grade is sliced up and build of. The macro is created from the standard shake IBlur macro and hence works very similar with it's settings.

Download:
IHueShift


SafeFrame
This is a very simple macro for overlaying a regular safe frame border when doing television production, i.e. only a visual reference that your titles and such are within the visible image area of monitors.

Example:

Download:
SafeFrame

Shake development
Disclaimer: I can not guarantee that my stuff always will work correctly. Since I'm not selling anything I can't support it either. You're using everything here at you're own risk, and I can therefore not be held responsible for any faults or similiar that my plugins/macros might produce.