G’MIC Blend standard node

This documentation is for version 0.3 of G’MIC Blend standard.

Description

Note:

This filter needs two layers to work properly. Set the Input layers option to handle multiple input layers.

Reference page for G’MIC blending modes: https://github.com/dtschump/gmic-community/wiki/Blending-modes

Author: David Tschumperle. Latest update: 2017/03/08.

Wrapper for the G’MIC framework (http://gmic.eu) written by Tobias Fleischer (http://www.reduxfx.com).

Inputs

Input Description Optional
Input   No
Ext. In 1   Yes
Ext. In 2   Yes
Ext. In 3   Yes

Controls

Parameter / script name Type Default Function
Mode / Mode Choice Add

Add
Alpha
And
Average
Blue
Burn
Darken
Difference
Divide
Dodge
Edges
Exclusion
Freeze
Grain extract
Grain merge
Green
Hard light
Hard mix
Hue
Interpolation
Lighten
Lightness
Linear burn
Linear light
Luminance
Multiply
Negation
Or
Overlay
Pin light
Red
Reflect
Saturation
Shape area max
Shape area max0
Shape area min
Shape area min0
Shape average
Shape average0
Shape median
Shape median0
Shape min
Shape min0
Shape max
Shape max0
Soft burn
Soft dodge
Soft light
Screen
Stamp
Subtract
Value
Vivid light
Xor
Process as / Process_as Choice Two-by-two

Two-by-two
Upper layer is the top layer for all blends
Lower layer is the bottom layer for all blends
Opacity / Opacity Double 1  
Preview all outputs / Preview_all_outputs Boolean On  
Output Layer / Output_Layer Choice Layer 0

Merged
Layer 0
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
Layer 4
Layer 5
Layer 6
Layer 7
Layer 8
Layer 9
Resize Mode / Resize_Mode Choice Dynamic

Fixed (Inplace)
Dynamic
Downsample 1/2
Downsample 1/4
Downsample 1/8
Downsample 1/16
Ignore Alpha / Ignore_Alpha Boolean Off  
Preview/Draft Mode / PreviewDraft_Mode Boolean Off  
Log Verbosity / Log_Verbosity Choice Off

Off
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3