Here’s how to use the Cineflare White Balancer plug-in for FCP-X ($49):
What are its features? From the press release:
Drag and drop White Balancer onto the desired clips. After a few simple clicks, a color window will pop up. The editor then simply selects the magnifying glass, which acts as a color picker, and chooses the color in the clip that is supposed to be white — causing the colors to automatically adjust for the correct white balance.
To adjust the clip further or intensify the whites, editors can either slide the right hand slider of the color picker dialogue closer to the top, or open up the red, green and blue sliders. Editors can then make micro-adjustments to the colors to their specific liking.
White Balancer has an array of exposure controls, which can be used to dial in the correct exposure once the correct white balance is achieved. Editors can then increase the brights and punch up the image with the contrast tool to give it some depth.
Four preset controls allow editors to add more depth to the image. These controls play with the reds, yellows, greens and blues of the mid tones and really add another layer to videos. There is also a custom color creator for users who want to customize their own unique look.
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