In part two of this series, we explore fixed node structure workflows with ColourLab AI as well as two OFX plugins that are a part of the ColourLab AI ecosystem.
Neat Video 5.1 is a powerful complement to DaVinci Resolve Studio's native noise reduction toolset. Get a close-uo look at Neat's workflow.
Dan shares the tale of his attempt at grading long-form reality television after spending 10 years being a pampered commercial colorist.
Part of Magic Bullet Suite, Denoiser III has been rewritten from scratch. Its simplified UI makes it easy to use. But can we expect the same kind of results than a more expert plugin like Neat Video? Let's get a closer look and make comparisons.
FCPX 10.4 update introduces some long-awaited color correction features, like wheels and curves. This Insight reviews the standout points of this new color correction toolset - and gotcha's you should understand.
Download and color correct a challenging video clip - following the instructions of a supervising colorist. And learn about Resolve's noise reduction.
Magic Bullet Looks is a powerful plug-in for creating looks. Does the newest version play back in real-time? How is its performance in Davinci Resolve?
First Look: How to use the Color Finale Pro plugin with a Tangent Ripple in FCPX for a professional grading workflow.
In this Insight Robbie explores 3 different OFX grain plugins for Resolve from Film Convert, Boris, and GenArts and explains which is his favorite and why
Take a close look at the unique (and intuitive) HSL Keyer in Red Giant's Colorista III color correction plug-in.
Neat Video is a popular noise reduction plugin for a variety of platforms. In this Insight Robbie explores the plugin now in version 4.
Learn from a professional colorist how to select a color correction plug-in for FCPX. What are main features you should be looking for?
Watch an overview of how a professional colorist uses Magic Bullet Looks 3 to jump-start the 'look creation' process.
How do you stay creative when you're not feeling creative? Learn how one professional is always finding opportunities when color correcting.
If you need to switch between different Looks in a single shot, learn how to use DaVinci Resolve's 'Layer Mixer' node for fine-tuned control.
Learn the ins and outs of the Koji Advance Film Emulation Plug-in in this video. Learn how to use it and some of its unique options.
Does the Exposure control for a RAW-recorded video file work the same as changing the iris on your camera? This video explores this concept.
Using windows and shapes for masking areas and localised corrections are essential when grading! Learn how it works in Baselight for Avid.
File based or software video legalization can be hard. Check out this Insight to see how EyeHeight is making video legalization simple
In this insight Dan gives you a crash course on all the major tool sets that you need to know to start grading in Baselight
An video overview of Nattress Levels and Curves for FCPX. It's a suite of four plug-ins for Curves-like image manipulation from FX Factory.
A video tutorial, overview and breakdown of the Hawaiki Color and Analyzer color correction filters for Final Cut Pro X.
Dan shares his first thoughts on making primary corrections using the Baselight for Avid color correction plug-in.
A tutorial and overview of using Colorista III in Final Cut Pro X. Learn how all it's tools work and why you might want to buy and use it.
This is a video overview and breakdown of the FCP X color correction plug-in 'Color Finale'
This is the first in a series of videos about the color correction tools in the Red Giant Software suite of plug-ins and apps.
Frequently we need to make blown-out highlights in our videos look intentional. I demonstrate doing that using Lens Flares from Sapphire 7.
We explored video noise reduction in DaVinci Resolve 10 earlier. In this tutorial you look at the OpenFX plug-in, Neat Video, and compare the differences.
In part 2 of our FilmConvert Review you'll learn how to use this OpenFX plug-in on RED footage, with impressively good results.
Part 1 of our two-part overview of the Film Convert Plug In. Learn how to use the OpenFX version in DaVinci Resolve 10 and explore its various options.
If you're confused on how to color correct using LUTs, this video (one in a series) shows several different approaches for you to try.