The Colour-Override effects processes the colours in a drawing layer. Using this effect, you can change colours from the palette without affecting the actual palette, swap clone palettes, or even replace a specific colour zone. You can also substitute colour areas with bitmap textures. The drawings in this layer must be .tvg files as the Colour-Override uses the colour palettes linked to them.

The Colour-Override effect lets you:

Change colour values in drawings during the compositing process.
Use colour values from a specific colour palette in the palette list.
Establish the priority of override palettes in the palette list. For example, you may have different clones of the same palette, such as a daytime and nighttime version.
Isolate specific areas of a drawing by selecting certain colours. For example, using specific colours to generate a matte for a glow effect.
Hide certain colours.

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