Review: ColorSynth is a Compelling Color Correction Plug-in
Arthur Ditner from Redshark News took a look at ColorSynth, the new color correction plug-in from Codex. While not as robust as DaVinci Resolve, Baselight or Mistika, Arthur found that the workflow is intuitive and the results are very good.
ColorSynth is a compelling colour correction plug-in for most popular NLEs
Here’s an excerpt from the review:
Codex ColorSynth is a compelling option if you are a colourist looking to keep the workflow “in-the-box” and not be bothered with sending out and doing a conform in another application. The results are quite nice and the development team was very friendly during my testing period with the program.
Intuitive Color Grading for Premiere Pro, After Effects, Final Cut Pro X & Motion.
Simple at first glance, ColorSynth is an elaborate pre-wired network of color processing nodes totaling more than sixty items arranged in an six-layer stack with several sub-layers.
Regardless of the complexity of the grade, ColorSynth renders the results in floating point precision, at a constant speed. The grading template is designed to work from a simple One Light pass to the most esoteric needs.
Posted by Kim Sternisha