"-1 is used in Studio Artist to signify that an action should run forever (which means until the user stops it manually). So after we introduced the loop max feature in gallery show, people wanted an option where the loop action would keep running…"
"The original V4 gallery show features didn't include any way to run presets in loop action mode. They could only be run as normal action painting (pressing the action button).
Loop action involves shirt pressing the action button, or running…"
"I'm a little confused about the term "loop action". I often run Loop Action from the main menu when sampling presets. But are you referring to presets that have Loop Action built into them? Does the Loop Max setting in…"
"The 'loop' refers to loop action. V5 introduced a number of different 'Loop Action' option in the gallery show techniques you can choose from. These let you run the associated presets being selected by the technique in loop…"
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If you open the Editor when in MSG operation mode, there are the standard studio artist controls for choosing the IP Source (source image, current layer) for the current MSG effect as well as composite and mix settings for the output of the MSG effect.
The Evolution Editor previews always works off of the current source image. The
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"Yes, you can get differing results depending on the canvas size. If you think about what an interpolation algorithm is doing to a source image to make it a larger image that is then vectorized, it should make sense to you.
If you want to take a…"