 Creates a gradient that transitions smoothly between the given colors along a straight line.

• `Colors` — The colors to transition between, in order from start to end.
• `Gradient Start` — The point where the first color begins transitioning to the next color, in Vuo Coordinates relative to a layer whose corners are at (-1, -1) and (1, 1).
• `Gradient End` — The point where the next-to-last color finishes transitioning to the last color, in Vuo Coordinates relative to a layer whose corners are at (-1, -1) and (1, 1).
• `Gradient Noise Amount` — How much random noise to add to the gradient. A small amount of noise can help gradients look smoother.
• `Layer Anchor` — The point within the layer that should be fixed at `Layer Position`.
• `Layer Position` — The point within the composite image where the layer should be placed, in Vuo Coordinates.
• `Layer Rotation` — The layer’s rotation counterclockwise, in degrees.
• `Layer Width` — The layer’s width, in Vuo Coordinates.
• `Layer Height` — The layer’s height, in Vuo Coordinates.
• `Layer Opacity` — The output layer’s opacity, from 0 (fully transparent) to 1 (same opacity as the input `Colors`).

The values of `Gradient Start` and `Gradient End` are based on a -1 to 1 range along the X and Y axes. Imagine that the gradient is drawn on a layer whose corners are at (-1, -1) and (1, 1), and then the layer is scaled to match `Layer Width` and `Layer Height`. For example, if `Gradient Start` is at (-1, -1), then the gradient always starts at the bottom left of the layer — even if the output layer ends up being scaled so that its bottom left is no longer (-1, -1).

If `Gradient Start` is directly above `Gradient End`, then the colors transition from top to bottom. If `Gradient Start` is directly to the left of `Gradient End`, then the colors transition from left to right. If `Gradient Start` is diagonal from `Gradient End`, then the colors transition diagonally.

Beyond `Gradient Start` and `Gradient End`, the image is filled with the first and last color (or, if `Gradient Start` and `Gradient End` are the same, just the first color).

Keywords: backdrop, background, billboard, image, rectangle, shape, sprite, square