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Found 2 results

  1. I wonder if anyone has used a LUT underwater. I am using one and the improvement is massive Does anyone use LUTs and which ones?
  2. I'm interested in views on colour correction / grading software. I've been doing my colour correction in Sony Vegas Pro, mostly using Color Curves, but I'm getting sick of dragging those fiddly little tangents around, and I hate the fact that there's no undo functionality. I'm upgrading to a new computer in the new year and it's time for a better tool. I'm a PC person, so it has to work in Windows. I'm a Vegas Pro user, but I'm probably going to invest in the full Adobe CS suite in the new year as well. Still likely to use Vegas as my main NLE though. I need it to work with my old HDV footage and newer AVCHD / DSLR footage. Here's what's in my mind: DaVinci Resolve Lite - free Adobe Speedgrade - $969 standalone but included in the CS6 Master Collection or Production Premium suite Magic Bullet Colorista II - $299 (might need other Magic Bullet products too?) Technicolor Cinestyle Color Assist - $99 - New kid on the block Any experiences? Views? How do they compare in terms of ease of use, features and performance? Also, since none of them appear to plug into Vegas, do they allow rough cutting of footage along with color-correction, with a view to exporting and EDL etc. to Vegas after colour correction?
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