Keep source in memory

When enabled, the source will be kept cached in system memory. This allows it to be a global source where devices like capture cards will be linked.

Color

Picture

Adjust color controls such as brightness, contrast and hue as well as adding compositing through chroma and color key.

Brightness

Adjust the overall darkness and lightness.

Contrast

Adjust the separation between the dark and light areas of the source.

Alpha

Adjust the opacity of the source.

Hue

Change the colors used by the source along the RGB color space.

Saturation

Adjust the saturation of colors.

Background Color

Adds a background color to transparent areas of the source.

Full dynamic range

Increases the color range used by the source from 16-235 to 0-255.

Keying

Chroma Key

Best suited for compositing out a range of a specific color. Example use would be for removing green screens and other non-uniformly lit backgrounds.

Key Color

Choose which color from Red, Green or Blue to composite out.
Anti-aliasing

Smoothens the edges of compositing.
Threshold

Increase or decrease the range of the shades of the key color to composite out.
Alpha smoothing

Smoothes out transparency of composited edges.

Legacy Chroma Key

The old version of Chroma Key from earlier versions of XSplit Broadcaster.

Color Key

Best suited for compositing out a very specific color. Example use would be removing colors from images to use as overlays.

Eyedrop Tool

Used to copy the color from any part of the source to use a the key color.
Anti-aliasing

Smoothes out jagged edges from compositing.
Threshold

Increase or decrease the range of the shades of the key color to composite out.
Red

Adjust the Red value of the keyed color from 0-255.
Green

Adjust the Green value of the keyed color from 0-255.
Blue

Adjust the Blue value of the keyed color from 0-255.

You can copy and paste Chroma and Color key settings by right-clicking on the Keying settings pane.

Layout

Position

Adjusts the size and position of your source on the stage.

2D/3D Transform

Adjusts the rotation of your source on the X, Y and Z axes.

Cropping

Adjusts the cropping of your source on the stage.

Effects

Masking

Shape Mask

Applies an opacity mask to the source which can be defined through presets and shape sliders. Outline and shadow effects can also be added to this mask.

File Mask

Applies an opacity mask from the alpha channels of an image file. Applying the Mask to Stage, resizes the file mask to the resolution the stage is set in while applying the Mask to Source scales the file mask to the source’s size.

Transitions

Applies transition effects to sources upon scene enter or exit as well as when they are hidden or shown through the source list. Setting the scene transition to ‘None’ overrides any of the transitions set here.

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