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tools:simplecc [2013/10/23 15:38]
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 ===== 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 ​is applied to the output colour. \\ How much it affects the output colour is defined by the Tint Strength. The saturation is not changed.
   * **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
tools/simplecc.txt · Last modified: 2014/11/18 13:13 by lightwolf