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Is there nowhere you can add noise to a gradient - or an object? Is this a crazy ommision? Would it be that hard to implement? Getho...

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    Is there nowhere you can add noise to a gradient - or an object? Is this a
    crazy ommision? Would it be that hard to implement?

    Getho




    Gethin_Coles@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: no add noise???

    Gethin,
    >>Would it be that hard to implement?<<
    Yes. 'Noise' is a raster effect


    LenHewitt@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: no add noise???

    Illustrator supports raster effects. SVG filters does something similar, but
    its not very good. Surely If you can gaussian blur, you can add noise!?


    <LenHewittadobeforums.com> wrote in message
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    > Gethin,
    >
    > >>Would it be that hard to implement?<<
    >
    > Yes. 'Noise' is a raster effect
    >
    >

    Gethin_Coles@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Gethin,

    Please turn off the Autoquote feature in your NewsReader when accessing
    here - it really isn't necessary and annoys the vast majority who access via
    a browser.
    >>Surely If you can gaussian blur, you can add noise!?<<
    I suspect it would be a good deal more complex, there are other variables to
    be considered (such as monochromatic or not) as well as pixel radius.


    LenHewitt@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: no add noise???

    Maybe I don't understand the question and the answers, but if you Object>Rasterize your gradient-filled vector path, you can apply the raster filters and effects. You have to be working in RGB color mode. At least, that's the only way I can get it to work.
    Toni Guest

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    Default Re: no add noise???

    Toni:

    You can use raster EFFECTS on vector objects, without rasterizing, as long as, like you said, you're in RGB mode. To use FILTERS, you must have a rasterized image to work on.

    You can even make your vector object APPEAR to be rasterized while you're operating on it, by choosing Effect>Rasterize. You can remove the appearance of rasterization later if you wish.

    Bert
    Bert Guest

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