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A noise post-processing effect is a visual technique used in computer graphics and image processing to simulate random variations in pixel values, creating a grainy or textured appearance. This effect is commonly used to add a sense of realism, vintage aesthetics, or to mimic analog film grain.

Postprocessing Package Reference





How the original image and the effect are blended together, in most cases it does not make sense to deviate from the default value.


Whether the noise should be multiplied with the input colors prior to blending.

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