Definir alfa


O painel do nó do tipo «Definir alfa».

O nó do tipo Definir alfa adiciona um canal alfa para uma imagem.



A entrada de imagem padrão.


A quantidade de transparência alfa pode ser definida para a imagem como um todo pela utilização do campo de entrada ou por pixeis conectando-os ao soquete.


Este nó não possui propriedades.



A entrada em formato de imagem padrão.


This is not, and is not intended to be, a general-purpose solution to the problem of compositing an image that does not contain alpha information. You might wish to use «chroma keying» or «difference keying» (as discussed elsewhere) if you can. This node is most often used (with a suitable input being provided by means of the socket) in those troublesome cases when you cannot, for some reason, use those techniques directly.


Esmaecer para o preto

To transition the audience from one scene or shot to another, a common technique is to «fade to black». As its name implies, the scene fades to a black screen. You can also «fade to white» or whatever color you wish, but black is a good neutral color that is easy on the eyes and intellectually «resets» the viewer’s mind. The node tree below shows how to do this using the Set Alpha node.


Fade to black.

In the example above, the alpha channel of the swirl image is ignored. Instead, a Time node introduces a factor from 0.0 to 1.0 over 60 frames, or about 2 seconds, to the Set Alpha node. Note that the time curve is exponentially-shaped, so that the overall blackness will fade in slowly and then accelerate toward the end. The Set Alpha node does not need an input image; instead, the flat (shadeless) black color is used. The Set Alpha Node uses the input factor and color to create a black image that has an alpha set which goes from 0.0 to 1.0 over 60 frames, or completely transparent to completely opaque. Think of alpha as a multiplier for how vivid you can see that pixel. These two images are combined by the Alpha Over node completely (a Factor of 1.0) to produce the composite image. The Set Alpha node will thus, depending on the frame being rendered, produce a black image that has some amount of transparency. Setup and animate, and you have an image sequence that fades to black over a two-second period.


No Scene Information Used

This example node tree does not use the Render Layer node. To produce this 2-second animation, no Blender scene information was used. This is an example of using Blender’s powerful compositing abilities separate from its modeling and animation capabilities. (A Render Layer could be substituted for the Image layer, and the «fade-network» effect will still produce the same effect.)

Esmaecimento em títulos

Para apresentar a sua animação, você vai querer apresentar o título de sua animação sobre um plano de fundo. Você pode ter a entrada do título em formato de voo, ou esmaecê-la. Para esmaecê-la, utilize o nó do tipo «Definir alfa» em conjunto com o nó do tipo «Tempo» como mostrado abaixo.


Using Set Alpha to fade in a title.

In the above example, a Time curve provides the Alpha value to the input socket. The current Render Layer node, which has the title in view, provides the image. As before, the Alpha Over node mixes (using the alpha values) the background swirl and the alpha title to produce the composite image.

Colorizando uma imagem em preto e branco


Using Set Alpha to colorize an image.

In the example above, notice how the blue tinge of the render input colors the swirl. You can use the Set Alpha node’s color field with this kind of node tree to add a consistent color to a BW image.

In the example tree to the right, use the Alpha value of the Set Alpha node to give a desired degree of colorization. Thread the input image and the Set Alpha node into an Alpha Over node to colorize any black-and-white image in this manner.