Hi, I’m trying to create a world-snow effect for my filter. It’s working, but sometimes the emitter size is much larger when I open the filter, without having changed anything to the project. Now my guess is that Instagram’s camera calculates the distance between your camera and the focused object(?) and bases the size on that when the filter opens. If so, how can I shut this off? Because I want the snow to have the exact same size no matter the distance, thus making it fool-proof. I’m scared people might use it and get confused when they get large-sized snow instead of what is supposed to happen.
If not, what could I do to prevent this from happening, or work around this? Thanks for reading!
Ps, when opened the show remains the same size constantly. So when you move your camera towards a larger open space, the size remains the same. It doesn’t rescale automatically. That’s why I would like the size to remain the same always.