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CrumplePop SkinTone for FCPX v1

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SkinTone for Final Cut Pro X lets you quickly restore beautiful, natural skin tones in your subjects.

Whether you forgot to white balance or had to wrestle with mixed lighting, SkinTone makes it easy to fix the shot. SkinTone gives you the same powerful Temperature and Tint controls found in photo editing applications – right inside FCP X.


Highlights

No More Orange Faces

It happens all the time – tungsten light sneaks into a shot and you wind up with a subject with an orange face. SkinTone lets you quickly restore beautifully natural skintones

Orange Faces.

Correct for Different Light Sources

Different light sources – tungsten, daylight, fluorescent – all have different color temperatures, and each will literally color your shot differently. SkinTone lets you adjust for all of them.

different light sources

Simple, Powerful Controls

SkinTone is based on just two powerful controls: Temperature and Tint. These are similar to the tools available in Aperture, Lightroom, and other sophisticated photo manipulation platforms, but with a narrower range that makes skin tone correction easier.

controls

Handy SkinTone Reference Card

SkinTone includes a handy reference card with examples of what natural skin tones look like. Switch it on, off, or reposition it within the frame – it’s there for your convenience.

reference

Editing platform: Final Cut Pro X

Hardware requirements:  Mac with Intel Core 2 Duo processor or better, 2GB RAM

Graphics card requirements: OpenCL-capable graphics card or Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later

OS requirements: Mac OS X v10.0.8 or better

Supported codecs: All codecs supported by Final Cut Pro X

Supported resolutions: All resolutions supported by Final Cut Pro X

Regional Support: NTSC, PAL

Supported cameras:  

  • All Canon DSLRs
  • All Nikon DSLRs
  • All Panasonic DSLRs
  • Black Magic Cinema Camera (ProRes mode)
  • Sony NEX, HVR, HXR, HDR and PMW series camcorders
  • Panasonic AG, AF, HMC, HDC, HC series camcorders,
  • GoPro® HD Hero, HD Hero2 and HD Hero3,
  • most other h.264 and AVCHD format cameras
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