Amplify Motion by AmplifyCreations - 3


Full source-code for Amplify Motion plugin for Unity

Unity 5.5.0f3MIT LicenseUpdated 1 year agoCreated on June 26th, 2018
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Amplify Motion

Amplify Motion was the first Full-scene Motion Blur extension for Unity, released back in 2012, and featured support for both Static and Dynamic objects, including Skinned and Cloth Meshes. It was a big undertaking at a time when Unity was still very far from having native Motion Vector support.

This package was for sale on the Unity Asset Store between 2012 and 2019 with an average rating of 5 stars. It is now deprecated and we no longer support it, so we are releasing it to open-source world under the MIT License.


Amplify Motion, previously known as Easyflow Motion Blur, is a complete and fast full-scene vector motion blur effect that works with all opaque and coverage/alpha- -test surfaces. It supports both stationary and moving objects. Handles translation as well as rotation on camera and dynamic objects using per-pixel vectors.


  • Full-scene vector motion blur
  • Camera and moving objects
  • Variable quality steps
  • High-performance across all platforms
  • Minimal and stable memory overhead
  • Skinned and cloth meshes
  • Particle systems
  • Soft edge bleeding
  • Optimized for Mobile
  • Console support

Supported Platforms

  • All platforms

Software Requirements


Unity 4.6.8f1


Unity 5.3.0f4+

Quick Guide

  1. Apply “Image Effects/Amplify Motion” to your main camera

  2. Adjust “Quality Steps”, “Motion Scale” and “Max Velocity” to fit your needs

2b) When using overlay objects using secondary cameras (e.g. first-person shooter), simply add the camera to the list of “Overlay Cameras”. That way both the primary, and secondary cameras will get proper motion blur, as expected.

  1. Enjoy the smooth cinematic feel


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