NEW IN R20
Here you can select either the Value or Color Field channel, which will then be used as the source. Peaks and depths will be colored using the source colors.
Two modes are available:
If Mode is set to Monochrome, the color will be a gradient color, if Duotone is selected, the color will be the color that is applied to the depths.
For Monochrome, you can use this setting to adjust the saturation; for Duotone, you can use this setting to adjust the color that is applied to the depths.
This color is applied to the peaks.
Use this setting to adjust the strength of the peaks’ coloring.
This is a mix mode that mixes the Base Color with the Top Color and emulates the methods used in printing. Pigment (Opaque) produces a more opaque effect over the Base Color, and Dye (Translucent) lets the Base Color shine through. For effects such as poster printing, the Pigment (Opaque) setting should be used.
Enable this option if the layer output should be made up of an alpha and not a color.