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      Effect:Color
      Category:Color Sources
      Speed:Fast

      Description: The Color Effect is the most basic Effect in Pena. It allows you to set Color 1 and Color 2.

      Obviously, there is a Color 1 and Color 2 on the Control Pane as well. Those are normally the Colors that are sent into the first Effect in the list.

      This Effect lets you override the Color 1 and Color 2 at any time with a new Color 1 and/or Color 2.

      There are numerous reasons to do this in a complex Effect. You may have already used the original Color 1 and Color 2 and now need a new Color 2 to use in further Effects, etc.

       
      Options: The Color Effect has the following Options Pane:

      Color 1:Tap the color to change the color for Color 1.
      Color 2:Tap the color to change the color for Color 2.
      Monochrome 1:Turned off (Red X), Color 1 is used as set. Turned on (Green Check Mark), Color 1 is converted to Monochrome (grey scale, the Saturation goes to zero).
      Monochrome 2:Turned off (Red X), Color 2 is used as set. Turned on (Green Check Mark), Color 2 is converted to Monochrome (grey scale, the Staturation goes to zero).
      Invert RGB 1:Turned off (Red X), Color 1 is used as set. Turned on (Green Check Mark), the RGB channels of Color 1 are inverted (a Green, for example, would become Purple). The Alpha channel is untouched.
      Invert RGB 2:Turned off (Red X), Color 2 is used as set. Turned on (Green Check Mark), the RGB channels of Color 2 are inverted (a Yellow, for example, would become Blue). The Alpha channel is untouched.
      Output Color 1:By default this is set to REPLACE which means that the set color will be output to Color 1. You can change this as explained in Options Pane Color Mixers.
      Output Color 2:By default this is set to IGNORE which means that the Color 2 will be ignored (the original Color 2 will be kept). You can change this as explained in Options Pane Color Mixers.

       

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