@miffwhite: adjust-hsv lets you adjust hue, saturation, value, brightness, contrast , and gamma…what other color corrections do you think would be useful to add?
@renderdemon: You are very welcome…these last few plugins have actually been quite fun (and very easy) to code. I will look into implementing a mask effect for you soon
have you ever checked out joeri’s wipeoutplugin? It will mask with a greyscale 3rd strip…or do you just want that capabilty added to my layer plugin?
plugin fact for the day:
Plugins have a very limited gui… the layout is just columns of 6 buttons - basically all you can do is put them in a certain order and maybe add a label here and there to organize the columns. Also, very few of the button types that you see in blender are available to a plugin. I figured out how to add a text button and a TOG3 button(with a bit of help from Zr) a while back but the really neat buttons like radio, row, and dropdown menus are not yet implemented for plugins.
anyway, I also thought that all of the layer blend modes should be in 1 plugin…and since it is sort of a layer emulator…
[edit3] this has been updated, links removed[/edit]
Now 8 blending modes in all:
and an opacity slider.
what I called alphablend is now normal mode like it is in gimp
I also figured out how to dynamically change a button’s name so now there is a label button that changes to tell you what mode you are in