Enables or disables the Remapping functon (incl. Color Remap).
Some Fields such as the Spherical Field are symmetric, i.e., values increase in the direction of the Field’s center and then diminish. Visually, this effect can be depicted by this graph. This option should be disabled for the Linear Field. This option only serves visual purposes.
See Multiplier below,
Enabling this option inverts the Field’s effect. A valure range of 0.4 to 0.6 will, for example, be translated to 1 to 0 instead of 0 to 1.
The Inner Offset setting is displayed for the geometric Fields in the Viewport with an additional purple preview and can be modified interactively. This is the range in which the Field’s effect is the strongest, which then diminishes to 0.
For the other Field’s, an increasing value will more quickly raise smaller starting values to the maximum.
You have the following options for how the start values should be treated:
Opacity defines the strength of the Remapping exclusively between the Min/Max limits (see below) and the Multiplier value applies to the entire Remapping function.
Here you can select the mode with which the output values should be modulated. You can select from the following:
In this mode, the curvature of the value transfer curve can be adjusted.
With this setting you can define the steps for the modes Step and Quantize. This is an exact number of steps for the Step option and for Quantize only if Max is set to 100%.
Define the spline for the value transfer here.
If you want the spline to move along the X axis, enter a value greater than 0 here. In order for this to work steplessly, both the start and end values of the curve should have identical values.
The modifiable frame count defines how long the pass will take before it repeats.
Here you can define an offset for the curve. The length of the pass can be quickly adjusted here.
Use this setting to compress the curve horizontally (larger values) or stretch it (smaller values). A value of 200%, for example, will double the curve.