How Does Stardust Compare To Trapcode Particular?

Today, the Trapcode Particle Flow is easily bested by more modern plugins. However it’s still quite capable and useful for many projects – especially those who want to create something old school or using only particles in After Effects (such as myself). One such plugin that fills this gap nicely without sacrificing any features is Superluminal’s Stardust Plugin which offers an intuitive interface with plenty of tools at your disposal including easy customization options like velocity sensitivity settings on individual brushes!

Stardust has a strong offering in terms of workflow, but what about something like Trapcode Particular and the suite?

James Ramirez, also known as friedpixels ventures with a little comparison and an introductory overview for StarDust. “I’m just generally excited about Stardust and want to share that feeling of discovery through this plugin! This isn’t a bashing or negative review on trapcode suite- anyone who knows my work know how much I love living in its world.” He notes.

Included in his introduction are comparisons between emitters from each product as well as fields types available within both plugins – all while giving you some good advice if either one sounds right match your needs at the moment before going hands down into more detail about individual features inside each package (with links).