This effect switches the image into different nuances between two given colors.
Default colors are black and white resulting in a gray-scaled image but the colors can be tailored to your desire.
Threshold: Sets the balance between which parts of the image are considered brighter and which are darker. Operates between 0 and 1. Values closer to 0 will make more regions bright while values closer to 1 will make more regions dark. Values over 1 have no further effect. Negative values end up crushing the entire image to full white.
Default : 0.5
Softness: Sets the amount of scale to use between the two chosen colors. Operates between 0 (very little to no nuance between the two colors) and 1 (many nuances between the two colors). Values over 1 crush the image to a full monochrome median color between the two chosen colors.
Default : 1.0
Bright Color: Sets the color to replace the brighter parts of the image
Default : White 255 / 255 / 255 / 255
Dark Color: Sets the color to replace the darker parts of the image
Default : Black 0 / 0 / 0 / 255
|Image||Image||Image input on which to draw the effect|
|Threshold||Float||Balance between brighter and darker parts in the image|
|Softness||Float||Amount of nuance/scale to use between the two colors|
|Bright Color||Color||Color to use for the bright end of the spectrum|
|Dark Color||Color||Color to use for the dark end of the spectrum|
|Image||Image||Image output of the effect|
Bright Color: Animated using and LFO covering the entire Hue wheel. Saturation at 50 and Value at 255
Dark Color: Animated using and LFO covering the entire Hue wheel. Saturation at 255 and Value at 50
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