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Radial Filter Inverting between Keyframes

#1 Great_Offroad_Adventures
I've been battling this issue for the last 2 days, I can't seem to work out the issue.

Firstly I'm on a Win10 machine, using LRT5.0.6 with Lightroom Classic 7.1.

I've followed the workflow from the beginning, I have used the radial filters generated by LRT when tweaking the Milkyway in Lightroom, but about 2/3 way through the radial filter rotated/ inverts (best way to describe it). This is strange, because for the first 2/3 of the project it is fine. I've tried adding more key frames over the area in which it inverts, but all it does is compress it, so it occurs over a quicker period of time.

I've attached a video, so you can see what I mean and I've also looked in the table and have spotted some weird values in the "1st circle angle column", these correspond to when the filter in rotating/ inverting.

[Video: https://youtu.be/MB-mlbyh94M]

Am I doing something wrong, or is this a bug?

King Regards - Graham
#2 gwegner
Lightroom flips the filter when it gets rotated more than 45 degrees. Maybe this is what you are experiencing.
To solve it, start with a filter rotated to the other direction, you might have to stretch it on the other axis. This will usually give you room to do the rotation.

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#3 Great_Offroad_Adventures
Thank You. I didn't know about the filter flipping after 45 degrees, this is exactly what was happening. I followed your advice and used a wider area in the filter which required less rotation. Got the sequence to work perfectly.

Thanks Once again for the help!!!

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