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Add xml to allow functional Shape alpha filter

parent 167bc277
......@@ -33,6 +33,7 @@ rotation.xml
<!DOCTYPE kpartgui>
<effect tag="shape" id="shape">
<name>Shape Alpha</name>
<description>Create an alpha channel (transparency) based on another resource</description>
<author>Charles Yates</author>
<parameter type="url" name="resource" filter="*|Video files">
<name>Image or video resource</name>
<parameter type="constant" name="mix" max="100" min="0" default="100" suffix="%">
<comment>Convert alpha or luma values below this level as opaque and above this level as transparent. This is mostly useful for luma wipe images.</comment>
<parameter type="constant" name="softness" max="1" min="0" default="0.1" decimals="2">
<comment>When using mix (threshold) how soft to make the edge around the threshold. 0.0 = no softness, 1.0 = too soft.</comment>
<parameter type="bool" name="invert" default="0" min="0" max="1">
<comment>Use the inverse of the alpha or luma value.</comment>
<parameter type="bool" name="use_luminance" default="0" min="0" max="1">
<name>Use Luma</name>
<comment>Use the image luma instead of the alpha channel.</comment>
<parameter type="bool" name="use_mix" default="1" min="0" max="1">
<name>Use Threshold</name>
Whether to apply a threshold filter to the luma or alpha or not. If not, luma or alpha value of the resource (File) is <comment>copied to the alpha channel.</comment>
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