To apply the Bit Planes effect

1 Select the bitmap with the Pick tool.

2 Click Bitmaps, Color Transform, Bit Planes.

3 Move the Red, Green, and Blue sliders to set the intensity of the effect for the different color planes.

Higher values produce coarser changes; lower values produce displays with more tonal changes and gradations.

• The Bit Planes effect supports all color modes except Black-and-White.

• At the highest settings, an image shows large, flat areas where the image is brightest and darkest. At the lowest settings, the image shows the finest levels of tone variation.

^ • You can also set the sensitivity of the effect by typing values in the Red, Green, and Blue boxes.

• Set equal values in each box by enabling the Apply To All Planes check box.

The Halftone effect gives an image the look of a color halftone. A color halftone is an image that has been converted from a continuous tone image to a series of dots of various sizes that represent different tones.

Corel Draw Halftone

To apply the Halftone effect

1 Select the bitmap with the Pick tool.

2 Click Bitmaps, Color Transform, Halftone.

3 Move the Max Dot Radius slider to set the maximum radius of a halftone dot.

4 ,Move the following Channel sliders to determine how colors mix:

• Cyan — specifies the angle of the cyan color screen

• Magenta — specifies the angle of the magenta color screen

• Yellow — specifies the angle of the yellow color screen

• Black — specifies the angle of the black color screen

• The Halftone effect supports all color modes except 48-bit RGB, Lab, 16-bit Grayscale, Paletted, and Black-and-White.

• You can also set the radius and channel angles by typing values in the Max Dot Radius and Channels boxes.

The Psychedelic effect changes the colors in a bitmap to bright, electric colors such as orange, hot pink, cyan, and lime green. Low values result in interesting effects.

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