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Review: Irudis Tonalizer|VFX Pro Review at VideoMaker

“Tonalizer|VFX PRO by Irudis is a powerful tool that is easy to use and delivers pleasing results fast.”

“Tonalizer|VFX PRO by Irudis is a powerful tool that is easy to use and delivers pleasing results fast.”

Tonalizer|VFX is a tonality enhancement- and fine-tuning tool. Tonalizer|VFX differs from the conventional category of color grading tools that assists in establishing a certain desired creative style, look or mood to the footage. Tonalizer|VFX enhances the “raw” footage and offset inescapable shortcomings due to adverse capture conditions such as lack of shadow- or highlight details, overall contrast, color strength, over- or under exposure, color cast due to inappropriate white balancing etc. For Final Cut Pro 7/X, Final Cut Pro Express, and Motion 4/5. Free Trial.Tonalizer|VFX is a tonality enhancement- and fine-tuning tool. Tonalizer|VFX differs from the conventional category of color grading tools that assists in establishing a certain desired creative style, look or mood to the footage. Tonalizer|VFX enhances the “raw” footage and offset inescapable shortcomings due to adverse capture conditions such as lack of shadow- or highlight details, overall contrast, color strength, over- or under exposure, color cast due to inappropriate white balancing etc.

Irudis Tonalizer|VFX Pro Reg: $179.00 TF: $170.05

Review at Videomaker:

“Ever wish you had a color grading tool that would allow you to really focus in on and subtly tweak and enhance the various visual properties of your images? Tonalizer|VFX PRO from Irudis is just such a tool and is definitely worth your consideration. Broad control of grayscale values, clipping indicators and the ability to integrate with existing color correction tools are just a few of the powerful features found in this application.

Tonalizer excels at processing footage captured using highly compressed formats, as it takes into account the technical limitations and resulting problems associated with heavy compression – such as posterization and noise. Frequently, images suffer from too much or too little color saturation, improper white balance, exposure issues, contrast imbalances and lack of detail in both the shadows and highlights. Also, many video professionals today choose to shoot “flat.”

Compressing the highlights and shadows allows the shooter to bump up the exposure a bit without blowing out the highlights but results in flat, washed out images. Of course, achieving the desired look from these images requires a considerable amount of post work – a task for which Tonalizer is especially well-suited.”

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