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  • Sun, Sep 25 2011 2:32 AM

    • nubins
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    Select secondary using HSL in Color Corrector?

    I am going through the manual but can not find a way to do secondary color correction using an HSL Keyer like in Resolve or Color. I found the secondaries but they are more like selecting a vector or color range as opposed to a more refined selection based on Hue Sat and Lum.

    Am I missing something?

  • Sun, Sep 25 2011 8:37 PM In reply to

    • dermot
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    Re: Select secondary using HSL in Color Corrector?

    Right click on your base cc in the timeline,

    select "effect to tree"

    click on the tree effect that now replaces the cc in your timeline

    click on "expand"

    you now have Reslove style node based gradeing tools at your finget tips...

     

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  • Mon, Sep 26 2011 4:08 PM In reply to

    • mrmikster
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    Re: Select secondary using HSL in Color Corrector?

    There's also a "selective Color Correction" effect. Open the resulting tree and replace the default keyer with the HSL keyer.

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  • Tue, Sep 27 2011 12:29 PM In reply to

    • tonyjover
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    Re: Select secondary using HSL in Color Corrector?

    nubins:

    Am I missing something?

     

    It's worth noting that the SCC built into DS's CC doesn't only select vectors.  You can also vary the selection point to be a circle, elipse etc, effectively making it into an HSL selection.

    Regards,
    Tony

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