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Changes the data format of a plane (i.e. how many bits per pixel you get). The format can be 8bit integer, 16bit integer, 32 bit integer, 16 bit float or 32 bit float. All the integer formats may have their black and white points set to values other that the default minimum and maximum value.
If a second reference input is specified, the conversion parameters are ignored. Instead, the planes that match the reference node’s planes are converted to the reference plane’s data format. The scope may be used to further refine which planes are converted. If a plane is not found in the reference input’s plane list, it will not be converted.
Specifies the raster depth (8, 16, 32 bit integer or 16/32 bit float), and whether to use black and white points (for integer formats).
Black / White Points
The black and white points for integer formats.
Which planes to convert (the default is all, or in the case of a reference input, all planes that are found in the reference input).
The following examples include this node.