The only think you can do without losing functionality is changing the color of the source (
right-click -> Set Sources Color). You have more advanced features (
right-click -> Create New Sources (Set LUT)) but they duplicate the source, and you cannot save the source easily anymore. Note that if you have created a new Source with a new LUT, you need to display it again. At this point, if you do
right Click -> Set Sources Brightness, you can swap the min and max slider, and this will create an inverted LUT).
How to control visibility in a fused mode?
If, when you create a new Bdv Window, you select
Mixed Projector, you can modify the way the sources are overlayed to some extent. For doing this, select a source in the tree, and do
right-click -> Set Sources Projection Mode.
I’m not sure about what you want to achieve, but I guess what you want to do is a screenshot with the resolution of the lowest mipmap ? If it’s 5 nm, and bdv is in micron, then type 0,005 (mind the comma ) in the screenshot command. If you need more flexibility, use the other command
Capture View As ImagePlus, which has more export options.