Difference between revisions of "Transforms"

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:'''Opacity:''' is the measure of how ''Nontransparent'' the layer is. The lower the 'Opacity' the more transparent the layer will be. The standard value is 1. (Full Opacity)  
 
:'''Opacity:''' is the measure of how ''Nontransparent'' the layer is. The lower the 'Opacity' the more transparent the layer will be. The standard value is 1. (Full Opacity)  
 
:'''TranslationX:''' position of the layer on the X Axis. The standard value is 0. (Centered)
 
:'''TranslationX:''' position of the layer on the X Axis. The standard value is 0. (Centered)
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:'''Scale:''' size of the layer. The standard value is 100. (Original size)
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:'''ScaleXY:''' size of the layer inversely proportional for X and Y Axis. The standard value is 0.5.  (X and Y have the same size)
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:'''Rotation:''' rotation of the whole layer. It goes from 0 to 360. The standard value is 180. (Original position)
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:'''Reset:''' sets all the values to default.
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''Tipp: single values can be reset to default with a double click on the slider or can be tipped with a double click on the relative numeric value.''

Revision as of 18:20, 8 January 2020

Transforms: slider values usable to customize a 'Preload', a 'Layer' or the 'Render Output'.

Opacity: is the measure of how Nontransparent the layer is. The lower the 'Opacity' the more transparent the layer will be. The standard value is 1. (Full Opacity)
TranslationX: position of the layer on the X Axis. The standard value is 0. (Centered)
Scale: size of the layer. The standard value is 100. (Original size)
ScaleXY: size of the layer inversely proportional for X and Y Axis. The standard value is 0.5. (X and Y have the same size)
Rotation: rotation of the whole layer. It goes from 0 to 360. The standard value is 180. (Original position)
Reset: sets all the values to default.

Tipp: single values can be reset to default with a double click on the slider or can be tipped with a double click on the relative numeric value.