We can also click the drop-down menu to zoom in or all the way out, depending on what we like
In this example, 25% is the whole image. For some effects, it is better to zoom out and see the whole image. Whereas there are other images where we'd better zoom in. The size of the zigzag effect is a little more obvious if we zoom in.
It is like the inverted version of "Around Center". The image in the video is probably not the best image to be using with this effect, but we can get quite good effects if we use, perhaps, a pattern or some kind of texture instead.
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