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ComfyUI Node: Color Input ♾️MixlabApp

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How to Install comfyui-mixlab-nodes

Install this extension via the ComfyUI Manager by searching for  comfyui-mixlab-nodes
  • 1. Click the Manager button in the main menu
  • 2. Select Custom Nodes Manager button
  • 3. Enter comfyui-mixlab-nodes in the search bar
After installation, click the  Restart button to restart ComfyUI. Then, manually refresh your browser to clear the cache and access the updated list of nodes.

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Color Input ♾️MixlabApp Description

Facilitates color manipulation, gradient generation, format conversion, and channel handling for AI image creation and processing.

Color Input ♾️MixlabApp:

The Color node is designed to facilitate the manipulation and transformation of color properties within images. It allows you to generate gradient images, convert color formats, and handle various color channels effectively. This node is particularly useful for AI artists who need to create visually appealing images with precise color control. By leveraging this node, you can seamlessly transition between different color states, apply color transformations, and ensure that your images maintain the desired aesthetic quality. The primary goal of the Color node is to provide a robust and user-friendly interface for managing color-related tasks, making it an essential tool for any AI-driven image processing workflow.

Color Input ♾️MixlabApp Input Parameters:


This parameter allows you to upload an image file that you want to manipulate. The image can be in various formats, and the node will handle the necessary conversions to ensure compatibility. The uploaded image serves as the base for any color transformations or manipulations you wish to perform.


This parameter specifies the color channel you want to work with. The available options are "alpha", "red", "green", and "blue". By selecting a specific channel, you can isolate and manipulate that particular aspect of the image's color properties. This is useful for tasks such as creating masks or applying color-specific effects.


This parameter defines the starting color for gradient generation in hexadecimal format. It includes the alpha channel for transparency control. The default value is "#FFFFFF" (white). This parameter is crucial for creating smooth color transitions in gradient images.


This parameter defines the ending color for gradient generation in hexadecimal format. Similar to start_color_hex, it includes the alpha channel. This parameter works in conjunction with start_color_hex to create a gradient effect, transitioning from the start color to the end color.

Color Input ♾️MixlabApp Output Parameters:


This output parameter provides a mask based on the selected color channel. The mask is a grayscale image where the intensity of each pixel represents the presence of the selected color channel. This is useful for isolating specific parts of an image based on color properties.


This output parameter returns the manipulated image after applying the specified color transformations. The image is provided in RGB format, ensuring compatibility with various image processing tools and workflows.

Color Input ♾️MixlabApp Usage Tips:

  • To create a smooth gradient effect, ensure that both start_color_hex and end_color_hex include the alpha channel for transparency control.
  • Use the channel parameter to isolate specific color channels and create masks that can be used for further image processing tasks.
  • Experiment with different color combinations in start_color_hex and end_color_hex to achieve unique visual effects in your gradient images.

Color Input ♾️MixlabApp Common Errors and Solutions:

"Invalid color format"

  • Explanation: This error occurs when the provided color hex code is not in the correct format.
  • Solution: Ensure that the color hex code is in the format #RRGGBBAA, where RR, GG, BB, and AA are hexadecimal values representing the red, green, blue, and alpha channels, respectively.

"Image format not supported"

  • Explanation: This error occurs when the uploaded image is in a format that is not supported by the node.
  • Solution: Convert the image to a supported format such as PNG or JPEG before uploading it to the node.

"Channel not found in image"

  • Explanation: This error occurs when the selected color channel is not present in the uploaded image.
  • Solution: Verify that the image contains the specified color channel. For example, ensure that the image has an alpha channel if you are selecting the "alpha" option.

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