Color is a vital component of every video production, and using one color instead of another can change the atmosphere a scene almost radically in some cases. ColorDirector2 is a video editing program that concentrates on managing color usage, and it is capable of not only enhancing the actual colors of the captured video but of also changing it, tinting it, and adjusting it in various ways.
The software’s tinting capabilities allow users to add a particular color to “wash” the shot, giving it a coherent visual feel. It also comes with a utility borrowed from photographic editors: the split-toner, which allows users to add a user-defined color to the hightlights and shadows within an image. There are even various presets modeled after famous films’ and directors’ color styles: these can help users learn their way around the program and color use in videos in general. It can also help users use HDR technology to bring out the best in their photos. Furthermore, users can target a specific object (even a moving one) in their videos and have the program enhance its color or replace it entirely.
Our users primarily use ColorDirector2 to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files ColorDirector2 can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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