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3.14.  Compose

Revision History
Revision $Revision: 1.25 $ 2006-11-12 j.h

3.14.1.  Overview

Figure 11.48.  From left to right: Decomposed image (RGB decomposition), composed image.

From left to right: Decomposed image (RGB decomposition), composed image.
From left to right: Decomposed image (RGB decomposition), composed image.

You can find this filter through Filters->Colors->Compose This filter is active in Filters/Colors after using Decompose.

This filter reconstructs an image from its RGB, HSV... components.

3.14.2.  Options

Figure 11.49.  Compose” filter options

Compose filter options
Compose Channels

You can select there the color space to be used: RGB, HSV... The options are described in the following Decompose plug-in.

Channel Representation

Allows you to select which channel will be affected to each image channel.

[Tip] Tip

If Compose options are different from Decompose ones, for instance an image decomposed to RGB then re-composed to LAB, you will get interesting color effects. Test it!


 
 
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