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There are GLSL scene filters in the Blender game engine (2.79 and before), that cause the scene to look a certain way. I.e. laplacian filter, blur effect, and many others. Is there any way I can apply a similar effect to a scene I am rendering in Blender cycles? Thank you!

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Use the compositor. Those are all post-render settings that you can apply in the compositor. Here is an example of a simple Gaussian blur (in 2.79 because that's what I have on this computer still. Sorry. ):

gaussian blur in compositor

You can easily google how to add what ever filter or effect you need by using blender compositor. Using compositor rather than editing the scene to create the same effect can save ages of render time as well. You can do color correction, mist and fog, DOF, vignette, and way more with the compositor.

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  • $\begingroup$ No worries! I still use 2.79 too. $\endgroup$ – Nate_Sycro27 Jan 12 at 14:21
  • $\begingroup$ A bit of a learning curve, 2.8. ;) $\endgroup$ – DaDudeII Jan 12 at 20:40

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