Dojo Glitch is the latest script that I created to automate the process of separating RGB channels from a layer instantly. Although nothing spectacularly new on its own, it does zip through the tedious process with a click of a button. Along with automation, you’ll also get a control null with settings to adjust glitch amount, glitch frequency, artifacts, flicker, and more. Dojo Glitch is a handy tool that will allow you to create glitch transitions and chromatic aberration in a breeze.
- Automated RGB channel seperation
- Control null with ability to alter:
- Glitch Amount (X and Y separately too)
- Glitch Frequency
- Artifact Brightness
- Artifact Speed
- Flicker Amount
- Flicker Frequency
- Automatic mirror/tile edges to prevent cutoffs
Download Dojo Glitch
Dojo Glitch is currently not compatible with After Effects CC 2014 13.0.0 – 13.0.2 due to a known bug in After Effects. Adobe is aware of the problem, in the meantime please use Dojo Glitch with After Effects CC and below.
This script is a free script under the “Name Your Own Price” platform, so if you find this script useful, feel free to donate whatever amount you’d like. You can download Dojo Glitch and/or donate here.
If you’d rather skip the store procedures and download it immediately, you can unlock the download link by clicking on one of the social lockers above.
I will be adding more features to the script upon request, so if you have any ideas, let me know in the comments below! You can also get early notifications and beta access to all my scripts by subscribing to the Dojo Newsletter. As always, if you create something cool, I’d love to see it! If you have feedback, I’d love to hear it as well.