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 tools:simplecc [2013/10/23 15:38]lightwolf tools:simplecc [2013/10/23 15:42]lightwolf [Controls] Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2014/11/18 13:13 lightwolf 2013/10/23 15:42 lightwolf [Controls] 2013/10/23 15:38 lightwolf 2013/10/16 19:51 lightwolf created 2014/11/18 13:13 lightwolf 2013/10/23 15:42 lightwolf [Controls] 2013/10/23 15:38 lightwolf 2013/10/16 19:51 lightwolf created Last revision Both sides next revision Line 9: Line 9: ===== Controls===== ===== Controls===== * **Colour** \\ The colour to correct * **Colour** \\ The colour to correct - * **Scalar** \\ Optionally, a scalar can be corrected as well. This will be treated as a greyscale colour. Available in the node only. + * **Scalar** \\ Optionally, a scalar can be corrected as well. This will be treated as a greyscale colour. Available in the node only * **Tint Colour** \\ This colour can be used to tint the result. Essentially the hue of this colour it applied to the output colour. \\ How much if affects the output colour is defined by the Tint Strenght. * **Tint Colour** \\ This colour can be used to tint the result. Essentially the hue of this colour it applied to the output colour. \\ How much if affects the output colour is defined by the Tint Strenght. * **Tint Strength** \\ This determines how much the Tint Colour affects the output. * **Tint Strength** \\ This determines how much the Tint Colour affects the output. * **Brightness** \\ Changes the brightness * **Brightness** \\ Changes the brightness * **Contrast** \\ Changes the contrast * **Contrast** \\ Changes the contrast - * **Luminance Gamma** \\ This is a gamma function that is applied to the luminance of the resulting colour. unlike a conventional gamma, this doesn'​t shift the colours. + * **Luminance Gamma** \\ This is a gamma function that is applied to the luminance of the resulting colour. unlike a conventional gamma, this doesn'​t shift the colours - * **Hue** \\ Changes the hue of the resulting colour. + * **Hue** \\ Changes the hue of the resulting colour * **Saturation** \\ Changes the saturation of the resulting colour * **Saturation** \\ Changes the saturation of the resulting colour * **Gamma** \\ Change the gamma of the colour * **Gamma** \\ Change the gamma of the colour * **Invert** \\ Inverts the resulting gamma * **Invert** \\ Inverts the resulting gamma * **Clamp Output** \\ Limits the resulting colour to the range of 0.0 -> 1.0 * **Clamp Output** \\ Limits the resulting colour to the range of 0.0 -> 1.0 + * **Default** \\ Resets all control to their defaults, resulting in no change of output colour again