HyColour is a really neat colour grading effect for FCPX that brings white balance, exposure, green cast removal, saturation, colour bias, sharpening and a broadcast safe filter, together in one place. Super handy, super cool.
Whilst FCPX is cool, the colour correction interface can seem clumsy and unfamiliar to new users. With HyColour you have access to all the core colour correction tools in one place.
And if you’re a Lightroom or Aperture user, you’ll feel right at home.
White Balance with auto exposure compensation
Fine tune white balance with Warm Hue and Cool Hue
Overall Exposure control
Individual control over Highlights, Mid Tones and Shadows
Change the overall bias of the image with Green-Magenta and Yellow-Blue
(great for matching footage from different cameras after a multi-camera shoot)
Incredible Green Cast Removal for removing colour casting when shooting under fluorescent lighting
Easy Sharpening/Softening as well as advanced control as an option
Broadcast Safe Filtering for when you output for broadcast
Smooth controls. All of the sliders operate within real world limits.
Recommended Video Resolutions
SD, 720p & 1080p. Supported but not extensively tested: 2k, 2.5k and 4k
Final Cut Pro X 10.0.6 and higher
OpenCL-capable graphics card or Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later.
256MB of VRAM (512MB of VRAM recommended).
OS X v10.6.8 or OS X v10.7.5 or OS X v10.8.3 or later.
White should look white, not peach, pink, or baby blue. White balancing footage will help your video look natural by looking at the color temperature in your shot and setting an accurate white, removing any unnatural color cast. Here are 8 tools for white balancing your footage in Final Cut Pro.
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