I'm working on a project that will demonstrate how a board game I created is played. The board is wooden (sort of a pale amber color) and the pieces are a darker amber and mahogany. During the initial phases of developing the demo, I discovered that the amber piece does not stand out enough against the board. I found that I could make the piece "pop" by reducing the saturation of the board graphic in Hype from 1 to 0.7. Since the saturation setting doesn't work with all browsers, I want to adjust the master image in Photoshop Elements.
The issue is:
Hype's saturation range is from 0 to 11 - with 1 being "normal"
Photoshop Elements uses -100 to +100 for saturation.
so in Hype 0 to 1 is -100 to 0 in Elements, but 1 to 11 is 0 to +100 in Elements - not a linear relationship. Is there a way to calculate the Elements saturation value based on the value set in Hype?