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Image F/X: G Tint

Tint your image using a custom duotone effect based upon luma levels in the image. Bright areas of the image are tinted by the Light Tint Colour, and dark ares of the image are tinted by the Dark Tint Colour. Mid tones are tinted by a blend of the two colours. By choosing a warm and a cool colour for the tinting, nice effects can be achieved. The standard levels controls can be employed to define the luma mask and control which areas are tinted which colour. If a uniform colour tint is desired, then both the dark and the light tint colour can be set to the same colour. To swap around the dark and light tint colours, select Invert Luma. Create day for night by tinting with dark and pale blue (see photo).

Control
Settings
Notes
Amount 0 to 100
Sets the amount of the tint effect to blend with the original.
Mode Normal
Multiply
Screen
Overlay
Lighten
Darken
Add
Controls the blending mode to use for compositing the tint.
Use Alpha? Luma Alpha
None
Select Luma Alpha to blend the tint using the luma map, which causes more colour to be applied to lighter regions. Choose None to add the tint uniformly to the whole image.
Preserve Luma 0 to 100 Forces the filter to preserve the luma from the original image at the percentage set. This keeps the image from getting brighter or darker with the added tint.
Dark Tint Colour colour picker Selects the colour with which to tint the dark areas of the image.
Light Tint Colour colour picker Selects the colour with which to tint the light areas of the image.
View Luma Mask on
off
Displays the luma mask.
Invert Luma on
off
Inverts the luma map, so what was tinted as dark before is now tinted as light and vice versa.
White Level 0 to 255 Lowering White Level will brighten the luma mask, increasing the region of Light Tint Colour.
Black Level 0 to 255 Raising Black Level will darken the luma mask, increasing the region of Dark Tint Colour.
Gamma -1 to 1 Adjusts the brightness or darkness of the luma mask mid tones, without affecting the extremes.
White Output 0 to 255 Lowering White Output will make the luma mask dimmer by limiting the maximum brightness and thus increase the region of Dark Tint Colour.
Black Output 0 to 255 Raising Black Output will make the dark areas of the luma brighter, increasing the region of Light Tint Colour.
 
   
 
 
 

Package Contains:

Blurs:
G Cool Blur
G Directional Blur
G Horizontal & Vertical Blur
G H and V Blur Glow
G Radial Blur

Extra Touches :
G Beauty
G Bug Eye
G Earthquaker
G FBM Noise
G Lens Flare
G Reverberator
G Split Screen
G Star
G Theatrical
G Tone Enhancer

FixIT:
G Alpha Expander
G Chroma Smoother
G Copy Channel
G Deflash
G Deflicker
G Field
G Reinterlacer

Image F/X:
G Diffuse
G False Colour
G Monochrome
G Posterise
G Saturator
G Saturator Balanced
G Sharpen
G Surreal
G Threshold
G TInt

Levels and Curves:
G Contrast
G Detail Contrast
G Detail Levels
G Hyper Contrast
G Levels
G Simple Contrast
G Simple Curves
G Simple Levels
G Super Levels

Noise Reduction:
G Chroma Noise Reduction
G Spatial Noise Reduction
G Temporal Noise Reduction

Time Tools:
G 50 Percent
G Timelapse

TV Effects:
G Analogue
G Chroma Shift
G Digital
G Head Clog
G Resolution
G RGB TV
G Roll
G Scratch
G Shift
G TV Lines

Transitions:
G Burn
G Directional Blur Dissolve
G Dissolve
G Glow Dissolve
G H and V Blur Dissolve
G Lens Flare Transition
G Long Dissolve
G Sharp Dissolve
G Spring

Generators:
G Bars
G Countdown Master
G FBM Noise
G Fields and Frames
G Laser
G Lines
G Long Lines
G Random
G Video Strip

 

 
 


   


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