The donacode syntax for a filter is as follows:
@set hsl Hue# Saturation# Lightness# colorization with blendMode TYPE to OPACITY%
@set hsl 0 -100 0 no_colorize with blendMode NORMAL to 100%
ADDING A PREMADE FILTER to your script:
- Clicking on the filter in the “Filters” box will add the donacode directly into the script.
- These filters have been created by our art team to give you some presets that look great with any story!
CUSTOMIZING your filter:
- The first 3 values (“Hue# Saturation# Lightness#”) are for Hue, Saturation, and Lightness. These mirror Photoshop’s hue, saturation, and lightness parameters:
- Hue takes a number between -180 and 180
- Saturation takes a number between -100 and 100
- Lightness takes a number between -100 and 100
- colorization refers to whether you want to turn colorization ON or OFF.
- The options here are “colorize” or “no_colorize”.
- This is optional code to include. It will default to no_colorize if not included.
- “with blendMode TYPE” can be used to change how it blends with the existing image.
- The TYPE must be one of the following: NORMAL, OVERLAY, ADD, MULTIPLY
- This is optional code to include. It will default to NORMAL.
- “to OPACITY%” specifies how strong you’d like this filter to be:
- OPACITY takes a value between 0 and 100.
Filters will persist across scenes, and even episodes, until you disable them in your script!
To turn a filter OFF, use the “@reset hsl” command.