PseudoAngelo - modify image colors

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PseudoAngelo - modify image colors

#1 Post by webfork » Sat May 02, 2020 9:28 am

Background: One of the things that I love doing is working with desktop backgrounds, especially of the low key, subdued color field type. This program lets you dig into those controls with some great effects.

You can mostly see what the program does based on the provided screenshots, but there's a lot packed into this. Most impressively, the program will also try to mimic other images as a starting point so you can use a very dark green image and it will try (with mixed success) to mimic that look on your other images.
The PseudoAngelo is a tool for grayscale-based pseudocolor processing. It allows to create, edit and save user defined Look Up Tables (LUT), the color tables (palettes) for image color processing. The PseudoAngelo can read ImageJ LUT formats, both text or binary, and save these tables in its proprietary format based on PNG image strip. LUT created by PseudoAngelo are compatible with Grayscale Pseudocolor Filter available in RaspiView's Filter Rack from version, it means, that pseudocolor filtering can be applied to video from USB or IP camera. Developed and tested on Windows 7 32bit and Windows 8.1 64bit.
Website: offline, but here's the page: ... ngelo.html

Requires: dotNET 4

Last updated: 2015-04-15

Mirror download: ... out/38310/

VT: ... /detection (clean)

SHA256: 47DD1F6A770FF263D5A2D28DE69F3B237B4F692B209CE921158DC0C67D3C3888

Review (download doesnt work): ... gelo.shtml

Steps: Download, install, copy to another folder, uninstall, and launch PseudoAngelo.exe

Status: Not portable. writes to AppData\Roaming\PseudoAngelo\Settings

License: GPL but can't find the source


Related: there's also a video version of this program by the same dev but I haven't done any digging on that one yet: ... mbeta.html

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