- Where to find it:
- Add Adjustment Layer / Extension Pack / Histogram /
- NodeGraph / Right Mouse Click / Nodes / Filter / Extension Pack / Histogram /
- Shotcut (Nodegraph Only): Shift + H
The Histogram Range Node allows you to adjust the range and position of the input histogram.
It acts like its counterpart in Substance Designer.
Defines the width/range of the histogram.
If the value is over 1.0 some values might get pushed below 0.
Defines the mid point position of the histogram
- Clamp Intermediary
Clamps the internal calculation of the node to 0-1.
To understand better what this does think of the Node like a condensed Levels or Set Range Node.
The Clamp Intermediary will clamp the output of the first part of the calculation - the 'Input' Levels (on a levels node)
or 'Old Minimum' and 'Old Maximum' values (on a Set Range Node) to 0-1.
- Clamp Output
Clamps the Output of the node to a 0-1 range