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Where is the rendered image info in Blender 2.8?

An example screenshot I found from Blender Artists highlights some info near the blue cube in the rendered image. In previous versions of Blender there was a status bar with handy image info showing XYZ and RGB data.

Blender 2.79 example render

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In the Image editor, If you Right click on the image, you can sample the pixels of the image. A small window appears at the bottom of the screen where you can read the pixel information.

(for previous versions of blender: left click on the UV/Image editor window)

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From Left to right you see:

$X$ (horizontal) and $Y$ (vertical) pixel position (0,0 is at the bottom left of the screen)

Z depth.

Red, Green, Blue, Alpha information before the color management transforms (scene referred, linear values).

Red, Green, Blue after the Color Management transforms (Display referred values)

Hue

Saturation

Value

Luminance

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  • $\begingroup$ Are you sure this works for Blender 2.8? When I right click on an image I just get an empty context menu. Maybe I should try getting a newer beta version? $\endgroup$ – jdk1.0 Mar 22 '19 at 11:04
  • $\begingroup$ The image was made on 2.8. As you know 2.8 is in Beta, thus changing constantly. Use the latest version. $\endgroup$ – user1853 Mar 22 '19 at 14:33
  • $\begingroup$ I updated to the latest Beta and the right-click 'Sample Color' now works in the UV Editor, but not in the Rendering tab with my old file opened. However, it works everywhere when I start a new file. Obviously some bug hiding out... I'm accepting this answer as it is correct. :-) $\endgroup$ – jdk1.0 Mar 22 '19 at 19:39
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Be sure you are in "image editor" and not in "uv editor" window (editor type). I was strugling with it too.

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