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Chapter 21. PREFERENCES > Transparency & Gamut Preferences

Transparency & Gamut Preferences

1.
A checkerboard grid is used to represent transparent areas on a layer (areas that don't contain opaque pixels). You can choose a different Grid Size.



2.
Change the Grid Colors for the transparency checkerboard by choosing Light, Medium, Dark, Red, Orange, Green, Blue, or Purple. Or choose Custom to choose your own colors.

3.
Check Use video alpha (requires hardware support) if you use a 32-bit video card that allows chroma keying for video editing. You will be able to see through certain parts of the video image.

4.
To change the color used to mark out-of-gamut colors on an image if you're using the Gamut Warning command, click the Color square, then choose a color from the Color Picker. You can lower the Gamut Warning color Opacity to make it easier to see the image color underneath.


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