A full screen image manipulation is going to eat a lot of CPU cycles using Rainmeter. I wouldn't recommend it.death.crafter wrote: ↑January 12th, 2022, 1:46 pm It's not possible with FrostedGlass.
You could use adobe are to generate the frames and use them in a bitmap meter to achieve something similar, but it wouldn't be dynamic.
Also, another possibility would be using imagemagick and a powershell script to generate the frames. Just saying, never used imagemagick.
But to expand on D.C.'s comment about ImageMagick, you could look at how I use it in my SIGMA suite to blur skin backgrounds.
To do the variable blur would be fairly easy, but the load created on the CPU doing that to a full screen image, may cause lagging.