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4.16.  Video

4.16.1.  Overview

Figure 16.79.  Applying example for the “Video” filter

Applying example for the Video filter

Original image

Applying example for the Video filter

Filter “Video” applied


Apply low dot-pitch RGB simulation to the specified drawable.

4.16.2.  Activate the filter

You can find this filter through FiltersDistortsVideo.

4.16.3.  Options

Figure 16.80.  Video” filter options

Video filter options

Preview

This preview is unusual: Changes appear always on the same image which is not yours.

RGB Pattern Type

It would be rather difficult to describe what each pattern will render. It's best to see what they render in the Preview.

Additive

Set whether the function adds the result to the original image.

Rotated

Rotate the result by 90°.


 
 
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