Professional Color Grade and Toning Filters ... and Scopes to Stay Safe!
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3 Way Color Grade
The BCC 3 Way Color Grade filter enables you to color correct an input image using industry standard Lift-Gamma-Gain controls with an intuitive color sphere and slider interface. The filter includes a built-in keying option for isolating secondary colors from the primaries and power window style masking (with 2 point motion tracking), which allow you to isolate or selectively apply the color correction to specific region of the image. Independent color correction adjustments can be applied to points inside and outside of the key- mask selection within a single instance of the filter.
Compare controls, located at the top of the filter, let you compare the input and processed image, or two independent color correction settings applied to the image. All internal processing in this filter is done in 32 bit floating point for maximum precision, thereby eliminating any round-off errors. This allows you to combine extreme settings of the different controls without introducing banding on the image output.
Brightness and Contrast
The BCC Brightness-Contrast filter adjusts the brightness and contrast in your image. The built in PixelChooser, with integrated mocha planar tracking allows for greater control over which areas of the image the ﬁlter should affect.
The BCC Color Balance filter performs a true photographic RGB color correction, allowing you to make independent adjustments to the red, green, and blue channels of the image.
The BCC Color Correction ﬁlter improves the color of images or creates dramatic color effects.
In addition to the ability to adjust lumanince levels and saturation, the filter allows users to fine tune:
Brightness adjusts the brightness of the image. Increasing Brightness pushes colors toward white, and decreasing the setting pushes colors toward black.
Contrast adjusts the contrast of the image. Increasing Contrast pushes colors toward pure colors, and decreasing the setting pushes colors toward 50% gray.
Hue cycles the colors in the image around the color wheel in HSL color space. Most color corrections require very small changes; adjustments of 10° or less usually sufﬁce. Adjustments larger than 10° usually produce very dramatic color changes
The BCC Color Match filter simpliﬁes the process of matching the color or luma values of two clips in the timeline. For instance, if two clips with different lighting conditions are spliced together, the color and luma values will differ between the clips. Match Color automates the process of removing or balancing the difference between the two clips by setting color or luma values for the quarter, mid and three-quarter areas of the image.
Ideally, you want to view both the Source and Target clips so that you can sample colors.
The BCC Color Palette ﬁlter provides a number of ways to select colors from the host user interface for your project. You can also use the Color Palette ﬁlter to set colors which can be used any number of times within the current project.
The BCC Colorize filter uses a gradient of up to six colors to tone the image. All of the parameters in this ﬁlter can be animated and linked to other parameters.
Correct Selected Color
The BCC Correct Selected Color ﬁlter allows you to adjust a speciﬁed range of colors in the source image, leaving colors outside the range unaffected. To correct two or more separate colors within an image, apply the Correct Selected ﬁlter as many times as needed.
The BCC Hue-Saturation-Lightness filter converts the image to the Hue/Saturation/Lightness color space, makes corrections to the image, and converts it back to RGB.
The BCC Invert Solarize filter inverts one or more channels in the source image.
With the Channels menu, users may specify which channels to invert. You can choose from a number of available options, such as:
RGBA (RGB and Alpha)
Any combination of Red, Green, and Blue
The BCC Levels Gamma filter provides options for adjusting contrast and eliminating noise in your image.
Video shot at night or in poorly lit settings often contains noise in the dark areas. Increasing Input Black removes this noise by treating all areas darker than the Input Black setting as black. Washed out or overexposed images do not contain the full range of levels. Increasing Input Black and/or decreasing Input White can boost the contrast of the image.
The BCC MultiTone Mix ﬁlter uses the source image’s color, luma, or alpha information to create a toned image that uses up to ﬁve independent colors.
MultiTone Mix works by creating a color map based on a speciﬁc channel in the source image, then replacing each color range in the map with a new color.
The BCC Safe Colors ﬁlter prevents clips from having saturation values that exceed the legal limits of broadcast standards. Use this ﬁlter to limit the values that are present in the image.
In addition to being able to adjust the saturation limits, the filter allows users fine tune the pixels in the image that are affected.
Final Output displays the ﬁnal rendered effect.
Zebra Pattern displays the image with a cross-hatch zebra pattern overlay where pixel values are outside of the legal broadcast limits (as determined by the ﬁlter parameters.) Note that the zebra pattern animates only when playing the timeline.
Clipped Pixels displays the image with red values superimposed over areas that are not within the legal broadcast limit (as determined by the ﬁlter parameters.) The blue/green pixels are unaffected by the ﬁlter. If you view only the red channel, the affected pixels display as a mask.
The BCC Videoscope filter was designed to provide users with a helpful way to measure the chroma and luma values in a clip. Because it is applied as a filter, it can be moved or positioned anywhere in the filter effects stack in the effects controls window and thereby display important information how a filter is affecting the chroma and luma value ranges in a given input clip.
The input image can be displayed as a full frame background with the monitors positioned on top of the image, or it can be displayed as a floating image alongside the monitors. The floating image display can also be scaled to any size and positioned anywhere in the frame.
The built in PixelChooser, with integrated mocha planar tracking allows for greater control over which areas of the image the ﬁlter should affect.
Adobe: Creative Cloud 2014-15, CS5.5, CS6 – After Effects and Premiere Pro