L_Grain v5.0


 
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Contributor: www.luma-pictures.com
Added functionality to Nuke's default grain node.
Requirements:
6.0, 6.1, 6.2 or later
Linux
01 Feb 2011
2173
Added functionality to Nuke's default grain node. 
"High” - allows control to reduce the grain being added to the brighter parts of the image.
"Softness” will blur the grain being added to the image.
"Saturation" and "Luminance” - sliders allow you to reduce either of these values from your grain.
v05 - added a mask input and a grade node to adjust that mask
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Comments   

 
# Erin Nash 2012-09-21 09:21
Great group but it clamps black by default.
 
 
# Ilya Babenko 2017-02-15 17:01
This gizmo has a very big flaw in that! For reducing grain in blue channel by its luminoicity its uses GREEN channel luma! For blue channel it doesnt work properly
 

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