Add all kinds of different barcodes to your composition with one button.
Barcode generates standard-looking barcodes and QR Codes, using random fractal noise.
Barcode - Quickstart GuideOpen your After Toolkit and click on Barcode.
Select your Barcode Style, either standard or QR Code, and its dimensions in pixels.You can Add Numbers under your standard barcode, a line of random numbers and/or letters placed along your barcode's width.The Barcode Density defines each standard barcode line thickness, or each QR Code pattern density.Click on Preview at any time to generate and refresh a preview layer before committing to it.
Once you hit OK, a new barcode layer is generated.If you duplicate it, the duplicate layer will have a completely different generated barcode.From the effect controls panel of the barcode layer, you can change your barcode's density, its back and front colors, its corners' radius, numbers appearance if you generated a standard barcode, and corner squares appearance if you generated a QR Code.You can change each barcode random seed in the effect controls panel, if you are not happy with the current random barcode.
Everytime you apply custom settings, they are saved for the next time you use it again. Reset to default values will revert to original settings, before you ran it for the first time.
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