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GrizzleFX
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I’m still learning and i’m not too skilled with expressions, i only know some basic ones. But what i’m trying to do is have the cone angle of a light flicker between 80 and 90 degrees, i have that down i’m using: random(80,90) but the flickers are occurring too frequently how would i lower the frequency? I hope its ok that i’m posting this here…

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Generator
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I reckon a simple wiggle expression would do the trick.

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GrizzleFX
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I reckon a simple wiggle expression would do the trick.

I have tried wiggle but its not really what i’m looking for…

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fAntasticmE
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use posterizeTime(time_to_delay); before you call the random function

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sonorafilms
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Here you can find a nice flickering light expression from Dan Ebberts http://www.motionscript.com/expressions-lab-ae65/swinging-light.html Cheers!
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GrizzleFX
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thanks guys :)

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