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This operation changes the resolution of the image. The contents of the image are scaled appropriately. The aspect ratio may be optionally preserved.
Scale does not affect the cook resolution of its Inputs.
As Scale affects the resolution of the image sequence, its parameters cannot be animated (if animation is desired, use a Transform COP’s scale parameter).
Specifies the scaling method:
Scales to the specified number of pixels.
Scales to a fraction (e.g. 0.5 = 50%)
To Aspect Ratio
Scales to a given Pixel Aspect ratio.
To Second Input’s Resolution
Scales to match the resolution of the second input.
To a Fraction of the Second Input
Scales to match the resolution of the second input scaled by a fraction (e.g. 0.5 = 50%).
To Second Input’s Aspect Ratio
Scales to match the second input’s aspect ratio.
Specify the size the image should be scaled to (in Pixels).
Specify the size you'd like to scale the image as a fraction (e.g. 0.5 = 50%).
Pixel Aspect is the ratio of the width to the height. Specify the pixel aspect ratio to scale the image by here.
Preserve Aspect Ratio
When enabled, it preserves the ratio of the image width to height when scaling.
Specifies the type of filter to use when scaling. The Box filter is the fastest; for almost all uses, the Gaussian is the best choice; use Catmull when you need something a bit sharper than Gaussian.
Start of sequence
End of sequence
Input sequence length
Sequence frame rate
Number of planes in sequence
Width and height of image
Image index (0 at start frame)
Image time (0 at start frame)
Current plane array index
Current plane index
Num of channels in current plane
Composite Project X resolution
Composite Project Y resolution
Composite Project pixel aspect ratio
Composite Project raster depth
Composite Project black point
Composite Project white point