Not to beat a dead horse, but I learned it is good practice to reply in an existing topic if the subject already exists.
Working with this node, I found two things:
- when searching the list for a color, I can’t compare it to the output of a Color.ByArgb node.I have to parse the R, G and B values through an == node individually.
- most importantly, am I the only one who thinks that reading an image file takes a very long time? I’ve tried both compressed (.png) and uncompressed (.bmp) files, and reading the original file at 10% of the original width and height (close to 1080p screen resolution) takes almost a minute. Leading me to believe that the image at full scale takes an hour and a half. (Which is why I set it to read at scale 1:2, which still takes more than 20 minutes if my assumption is right)
So what is this node for anyway? In my experiment I blended a watermark in and a logo, but this takes me less than 20 minutes in a free program such as paint.net. It is not suitable IMO as a batch image processor to perform a standard operation on a hundred exported views, unless you’re OK with dedicating your computer to this every night for a week.