Optics-2022 : Filters : S_Channel Switcher
S_Channel Switcher
Description
Reorders the RGB channels of the image. Allows mapping any source channel into any output channel, with scaling and offset for each output channel.
The S_ChannelSwitcher filter comes from the Emmy award winning Boris FX Sapphire filter set.
Category
Color.
Controls
Presets
To select a preset, pick one from the Presets window.
Red <−
Selects which channel of the source to use as the output red channel.
Red
Use the red input channel as the source for this output channel.
Green
Use the green input channel as the source for this output channel.
Blue
Use the blue input channel as the source for this output channel.
Luma
Use the input luminance as the source for this output channel.
1
Use a constant 1 value (fully on) as the source for this output channel.
0
Use a constant 0 value (fully off) as the source for this output channel.
Green <−
Selects which channel of the source to use as the output green channel.
Blue <−
Selects which channel of the source to use as the output blue channel.
Alpha <−
Selects which channel of the source to use as the output alpha channel.
Scale Lights Red
Scales the brightness of the output red channel by this amount.
Scale Lights Green
Scales the brightness of the output green channel by this amount.
Scale Lights Blue
Scales the brightness of the output blue channel by this amount.
Scale Lights Alpha
Scales the brightness of the output alpha channel by this amount.
Offset Darks Red
Adds this value to the darker regions of the red output channel. This can be negative to increase contrast.
Offset Darks Green
Adds this value to the darker regions of the green output channel. This can be negative to increase contrast.
Offset Darks Blue
Adds this value to the darker regions of the blue output channel. This can be negative to increase contrast.
Offset Darks Alpha
Adds this value to the darker regions of the alpha output channel. This can be negative to increase contrast.
Mix With Source
Interpolates between the result (0) and the original source (1).