You have to click the Effect menu first and then click Noise followed by Tune Noise.
Each effect is represented by a thumbnail, which lets you preview the image as you apply an effect.
Tune Noise lets you apply any of nine noise effects as shown by the image below.
First, you need to select the Effect menu and choose Noise. After that click Add Noise.
Add Noise creates a granular effect that adds texture to a flat or overly blended image. You can specify the type and amount of noise that is added to the image.
Click on the Diffuse that is under the Noise tab in the Effect menu.
Diffuse distributes image pixels to fill in blank spaces and remove noise. This effect can appear smooth or blurry, or can create an outline that makes the edge look as if it is being viewed through a photographer's diffusion lens.
First, you need to select the Effect tab from the menu bar and select Noise. After that click Median.
Median removes noise and detail by averaging the color values of the pixels in an image.
First of all, you have to click on the Effect menu and choose Render followed by 3D Stereo Noise.
3-D Stereo Noise.
3D Stereo Noise creates a dithered noise pattern giving an image the appearance of three-dimensional depth when viewed a certain way. This effect is particularly suited to high-contrast line art and grayscale images. Some people may be unable to see this effect.
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