Hawaiki Color For FCPX

Hawaiki Color For FCPX


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Hawaiki Color For FCPX

Hawaiki Color, a fully featured primary grading tool for use exclusively within Final Cut Pro X.

No more messing around with fiddly controls in the Inspector or trying to make sense of the Color Board, finally this is a serious grading product with a professional interface that is unrivalled at this price.



Hawaiki Color is powerful enough to satisfy the needs of the experienced colorist yet really easy to use if you want great looking results quickly and simply.


Built around a unique and intuitive interface featuring industry-standard color wheels and easy-to-read sliders, HAWAIKI Color provides much of the advanced functionality you’d expect from a dedicated grading app, allowing you to achieve a high quality picture finish without the need for round-tripping.

How It Works

  • Select Hawaiki Color from your Effects Browser and apply to your chosen clip(s) or use the Title (overlay) version for global grading of multiple clips.
  • Hawaiki Color puts all the tools at your fingertips for a fast, effective and immersive workflow so you can grade without taking your eyes off the image.
  • Industry standard color wheels (Low, Mid, High) for responsive, intuitive and accurate results.
  • Large and extremely fine-grained controls mean it's easy to achieve incredibly precise results taking your color grades to a whole new level.
  • A unique custom grading interface that can be instantly configured for the way you want to work.
  • UI design minimises any impact on the scopes – or removes it entirely if required – for accurate monitoring of the graded image.

This product requires Noise Industries FxFactory to run (Free Download).

Please refer to the FxFactory page for updated system requirements.  FXFactory Pro is a paid version with the same system requirements as the free version.

Please Note: This product works exclusively in Final Cut Pro.