Outputs a matte channel generated from IDs selected from Cryptomatte AOVs.
Container for user-defined plugs. Nodes should never make their own plugs here, so users are free to do as they wish.
The resulting image.
Turns the node on and off.
The input image containing Cryptomatte image layers and optional metadata.
The name of the Cryptomatte layer to use.
The source of the Cryptomatte manifest.
None: No manifest will be loaded.
Metadata: From the first of the following image metadata entries that exist for the selected Cryptomatte layer :
manifest: The manifest data.
manif_file: The name of a JSON manifest file stored in a directory specified on the
Sidecar File: From a JSON file specified on the
A directory of JSON files containing Cryptomatte manifests.
manif_file metadata entry exists for the selected Cryptomatte
layer, it will be appended to this directory. The manifest is read from
the file at the resulting path.
A JSON file containing a Cryptomatte manifest.
File sequences with arbitrary padding may be specified using the ‘#’ character as a placeholder for the frame numbers.
Supported file extensions : json
The name of the output channel containing the extracted matte.
The list of names to be extracted as a matte.
Names are matched against entries in the Cryptomatte manifest and Gaffer’s standard wildcard characters can be used to match multiple names.
/robot/*Arm matches /robot/leftArm, /robot/rightArm and /robot/Arm. But does not match /robot/limbs/leftArm or /robot/arm.
/…/house matches /house, /street/house and /city/street/house.
/robot[ABC] matches /robotA, /robotB and /robotC. But does not match /robotD or /robota.
Cryptomatte manifest entries containing ‘/’ characters will be treated as hierarchical paths and a matte will be extracted for any entry that is matched or has an ancestor that is matched.
/robot extracts mattes for /robot, /robot/leftArm and /robot/rightArm. But does not extract /robotA or /robotLeftArm.
ID values can be specified directly by wrapping a float ID value in angle brackets.