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      Effect:Tint (Modify HSB)
      Category:Color Filter
      Speed:Fast

      Description: The Tint (Modify HSB) Effect lets you selectively copy the Hue, Saturation, and/or Brightness between Color 1 and Color 2. This is named Tint because that is the most common use - however, a tint effect is only the modification of the Hue, so this Effect does lots more.

       
      Options: The Tint Effect has the following Options Pane:

      Hue (Tint) 2 to 1:When set to a Green Check Mark, the Hue of Color 2 is copied to the Hue Color 1. When set to a Red X the Hue of Color 1 remains unchanged.
      Saturation 2 to 1:When set to a Green Check Mark, the Saturation of Color 2 is copied to the Saturation Color 1. When set to a Red X the Saturation of Color 1 remains unchanged.
      Brightness 2 to 1:When set to a Green Check Mark, the Brightness of Color 2 is copied to the Brightness Color 1. When set to a Red X the Brightness of Color 1 remains unchanged.
      Hue (Tint) 1 to 2:When set to a Green Check Mark, the Hue of Color 1 is copied to the Hue Color 2. When set to a Red X the Hue of Color 2 remains unchanged.
      Saturation 1 to 2:When set to a Green Check Mark, the Saturation of Color 1 is copied to the Saturation Color 2. When set to a Red X the Saturation of Color 2 remains unchanged.
      Brightness 1 to 2:When set to a Green Check Mark, the Brightness of Color 1 is copied to the Brightness Color 2. When set to a Red X the Brightness of Color 2 remains unchanged.
      Swap Hue:When set to a Green Check Mark, the Hue of Color 1 is exchanged with the Hue of Color 2. When set to a Red X, the Hues are not exchanged.
      Swap Saturation:When set to a Green Check Mark, the Saturation of Color 1 is exchanged with the Saturation of Color 2. When set to a Red X, the Saturation are not exchanged.
      Swap Brightness:When set to a Green Check Mark, the Brightness of Color 1 is exchanged with the Brightness of Color 2. When set to a Red X, the Brightness are not exchanged.
      Note that the actual copies or swapping is done in the order listed above. That is, any 2 to 1 are done first, then any 1 to 2, and finally any swaps.

      Example: To show the Tint (Modify HSB) Effect we will take our Arches National Park image and load it into Slot 1 using the Texture Effect. In Slot 2 we have our Fiery Inferno Effect with default values but Output Color 1 set to Ignore and Output Color 2 set to Replace.

      The image below shows our two source images:

      In Slot 3 we load our Tint (Modify HSB) Effect. We set Hue (Tint) 2 to 1 to a Green Check Mark and all the others to a Red X. The resulting image looks like this:

      Now we set Tint (Modify HSB) Effect Saturation 2 to 1 to a Green Check Mark and all the others to a Red X. The resulting image looks like this:

      Here we set Tint (Modify HSB) Effect Brightness 2 to 1 to a Green Check Mark and all the others to a Red X. The resulting image looks like this:

      Finally we turn off our Fiery Inferno Effect and set Color 2 to yellow. We then set Hue (Tint) 2 to 1 to a Green Check Mark and all the others to a Red X. This will tint the photo yellow:

       

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