The main toolbar allows you to perform several common operations common
to the display of the image and bring up other image windows.
consists, from left to right, of:
The W icon
stands for Windows and clicking on it will list all possible windows
that can be created. Currently, these include:
The Channel display
tells you what channel you are currently viewing (Color in the above
The usual channels can be one of R,G,B,A and Lumma or Alpha Overlayed on top of RGB.
However, for image formats that support it like OpenEXR or Photoshop's PSD, it can also list all layers that are in the image.
control allows you to change the display gain of the image being
control is another
way to control gain. It works in F-Stops, which is a common method used
in photography and film to adjust a camera exposure.
you to normalize the image within the 0 and 1 range. Its most
common use is for properly viewing Z-Depth channels or shadow maps.
control allows you to modify the display gamma.
control allows you to display the image as a full frame or as video
The 1:1 button
allows you to toggle on and off a compensation for an image's pixel
button allows you to toggle the 3D LUT color correction for emulation
of other media on your monitor.
The main toolbar can be toggled on and off by using the F1 hotkey.