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4.15. Distort

The “Distort” command deforms the selection contour.

4.15.1. Activating the Command

  • You can access this command from the image menu bar through SelectDistort....

4.15.2.  Description of the “Distort” Dialog Window

Figure 15.41.  The “Distort” dialog

The Distort dialog

This command has several options which allow to increase or reduce the deformation. It is not possible to foresee the result and you have to experiment.

Threshold

A higher threshold shrinks the distorted selection. A lower threshold makes the selection bigger.

Spread

A higher “Spread” increases the deformation.

Granularity

A higher “Granularity” increases the deformation.

Smooth

A higher “Smooth” decreases the deformation. You can Smooth horizontally and/or Vertically.


 
 
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