Free Tool: QuickCompositor v1.0

Compositing is typically a time consuming and often difficult part of the scene creation processย  for newcomers to Blender, sometimes even for those with more experience. So I put together a little tool to assist with the basic compositing steps that are often used.


  • Full colour balancing controls with hue, saturation, brightness and contrast.
  • Support for Mist passes including colour and amount of mist.
  • Support for AO passes
  • Support for Emit passes with Bloom
  • Multiple effects including general bloom, vignette and lens effects.


Click the download button below, unzip after it’s finished and place your QuickCompositor-1.00.blend file somewhere easy to navigate to from Blender.

Download QuickCompositor



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15 comments to “Free Tool: QuickCompositor v1.0”

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  1. Shawn Altorio - April 14, 2016 Reply

    The download link is returning “Oops! That page canโ€™t be found.”

    • BlenderBrit - April 14, 2016 Reply

      Thanks for letting me know, should be working in a minute or two.

  2. Barry - April 15, 2016 Reply

    Thanks for this BlenderBrit. This is fantastic. Any chance you could add the bane of my life, a shadow catcher to it?

    • BlenderBrit - April 15, 2016 Reply

      Very good idea actually. I’ll take a look at it for the next version.

  3. Frank Busch - April 15, 2016 Reply

    Great work. Thanks a lot for sharing. The setup is already in my Startup File ๐Ÿ™‚ Looking forward to future ideas. Keep up your good work. cheers, Frank

    • BlenderBrit - April 16, 2016 Reply

      Thanks Frank, always nice to hear the works appreciated. Glad your finding it useful.

  4. Steve Cypert - April 16, 2016 Reply

    I’ve been wishing for something like this to help me get started. I’ve played with the compositor without much success. If other folks are anything like me, they’re mystified about how to use Blender to seamlessly mix composited animations into the VSE. For example, an aircraft overflying a tracked shot. I’m at a loss as to how something like this would be accomplished.

    • BlenderBrit - April 16, 2016 Reply

      In a future version I’m hoping to implement an addition to assist with shadow catching, that’ll go a long way to helping with those composited shots over real footage. Of course getting it right in terms of tracking is a whole other ball game ๐Ÿ™‚

      Glad you like the addon.

  5. Uber-Slo - May 7, 2016 Reply

    Very Cool will make good use of the node Thank you so much from Uber-Slo

  6. Ranjan Prabhu - June 11, 2016 Reply

    Thank you! Frank for wonderful Node Group. It very useful, one can use it often.

  7. sebguerin - June 12, 2016 Reply

    Thanks ! What an excellent idea !

  8. Ivaylo - July 6, 2016 Reply

    Great Node! Thanks!
    I think that we just need some HUE saturation control at the end ๐Ÿ™‚ What do you think?

    • Ivaylo - July 6, 2016 Reply

      I saw it, internally into the node! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks

  9. J.C. Petrofsky - September 23, 2016 Reply

    it says it is a free tool, but it makes me put in money greater than 0. Can you make it actually free?

    • BlenderBrit - September 23, 2016 Reply

      Hi there, the tool is free. I’m using Gumroad to host my downloads now which prompts users to enter an amount. That amount can be 0. So just type 0 and hit download and you’ll get the download. Hope that helps.

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