RT Locallab 893 : If i duplicate the control spot 1 i get the values copied to 2, if i adjust the spot 2 and do the same thing (duplicate it to 3) it disappear…
I have a feeling that the duplicate button only duplicates the first spot to the second and not the selected spot to the next.
After commit and some changes, residual now works
For duplicated, I tested and found no bug… but I admit user manual is a little curious and deserves to be more ergonomic, to review when implementing a best GUI to manage spots .
You must to duplicate:
- create a first spot with it’s settings - suppose it is “1”
- move “control spot” to current + 1, in this case “2”
- click on “duplicate current spot” - all settings of the spot is duplicate, except center which is always at centerx=200, centery=200
- move and change settings of this spot
- if you want again to duplicated, move “control spot” to +1, in this case “3”
- click on “duplicate current spot”
- move and change settings,
but perhaps there is a bug I don’t found ?
If it’s the same issue, it was fixed in
dev 16 days ago, and merging
locallab should fix it.
I confirm residual is fixed
You’re right, “duplicate current spot” function works. I think something like “Copy from previous control point” would be more easy to understand. Something to select the original point would be even better.
Open source now. Could it work with RT’s Local Lab?
how do you make such plot?
Excuse my bad english, but I don’t understand ! which plot ? for what ?
The slice of the prophoto for L=88 …is not your?
yes of course, but why a plot ?
Now I understand, what you mean…I think
This slice is made with an old software, “Profile Editor 5.0”, you can see and compare all profiles (ICC, ICM), for Luminance between 0 and 100
For exemple for L=14, Prophoto, Widegamut, Rec2020, sRGB
closed source and not for Linux
I use icc examin but I’m no able to make static slices
This is a Tensorflow model, RT would have to grow a Tensorflow branch, so probably not.
I like how semantic image segmentation is used (portrait mode) to separate objects in the foreground from the image background.
Sometimes I use RT Local Lab’s Control Points to try to do that. BTW Thanks again Jacques!
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