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It's not clear how to get the output image on CoreImage filters like CIPerspectiveTransform and CIColorControls. It turns out you need to do something like:
However, we expose strongly-typed properties for a lot of the filter attributes, so it's not intuitive. On iOS we expose the OutputImage property because ObjC does. I think we should bring that to the Mac bindings as well.
The strongly-typed OutputImage property has been added to the core image filters.