Bright Cross Bloom

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The Bright Cross Bloom effect simulates reflections in an image by scattered light, which are highly visible in bright rays of light or light sources, like the sun, for example.

This differs from the Bright Direction Bloom effect in the Cross (crossways) dispersal of the rays of light.

without Bright Cross Bloom

with Bright Cross Bloom

Vitascene  Bright Cross Bloom

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This is where you can determine the length of rays of light.

Highlight Threshold

This allows you to determine the brightness threshold at which the effect begins.


The intensity of the original image is used for optional dim-out as well as to strengthen the effect.


This allows the rays of light created to be highlighted with a glow.


This allows the rays of light created to be brightened up (the color white is added) or highlighted.


This allows the direction of the rays of light in the image to be changed.

reduce flicker

This allows you to reduce fluctuations in the brightness of rays of light in a sequence.

For information on the Bright Direction Bloom effect, click here.

Bright Cross Bloom