ekaGradient v1.0


 
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Contributor: Edu Leon
ekaGradient is the equivalent of Photoshop’s color gradient or Colorama in After Effects, something I’ve always missed working at Nuke. It can be used by creating a color gradient to change the image, as well as it can be used for other uses such as keying.
Requirements:
11.0, 10.5, 10.0, 9.0, 8.0 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
05 Dec 2017
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ekaGradient is the equivalent of Photoshop's color gradient or Colorama in After Effects, something I've always missed working at Nuke. It can be used by creating a color gradient to change the image, as well as it can be used for other uses such as keying.

 

In this early version you can make a gradient with the background color and three other colors, and also you can look the result and the gradient at the same time with a little viewport that you can activate inside the node.

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# Michael Clemens 2018-04-09 19:34
I love the idea. Couple of requests (if possible)
1. Any way to add more colors along the gradient?
photoshop has an seemingly unlimited amount of "color chips" you can denote along the grad.
2. Anyway to adjust "where" the color falls in in the luminance value of the image (i.e. moving that color chip along the grad so that it hits at a particular luminance value)
 

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