Enable Instant Preview
The professional edition of CODIJY software – Colorizer Pro – allows previewing colorized result in the real time. The Instant Preview mode comes really handy when you are working on the details or repainting an object.
How to enable the Instant Preview
Open the Partial Processing Dialog using the icon or press Alt+R.
Select the area by dragging the handles on the sides of the selection box.
Tick the Instant Preview checkbox and click the Instant Preview button.
The image will open in Split View. The Partial Processing icon will stay active. Once you make any changes to the area, the tiny bar will indicate the progress of processing.
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Preview result in real time
In Colorizer Pro, the professional edition of CODIJY, you may preview the colorized result in real time.
The Instant Preview modes saves you lots of time and ensures enjoyable, distraction free coloring.
Instant Preview eases many of the time-consuming tasks, such as working out fine details, repainting, and matching the perfect tone.
How to enable instant preview
You can access the Instant Preview function in the Partial Processing dialog.
To call the Partial Processing dialog click or press Alt+R/⌥R.
Then, select the area, tick the Instant Preview box in the lower left corner and click the Instant Preview button.
CODIJY will open the result view side by side with the Editor.
A large area or large image size can slow down processing and the preview will lag for several seconds.
Each time the preview is generated, the program will display the tiny progress bar over Partial Image Processing icon.