Taking control of color is an essential component of creating a compelling video production and part of the video editing workflow for all professional film makers. CyberLink ColorDirector 2 is a post-production color grading solution that helps you to get the very best out of your footage through smooth interoperability with PowerDirector, and fast and intuitive optimization of tones and colors.
ColorDirector comes with a complete set of tools to correct white balance, adjust tonality, and enhance and stylize the colors within your videos. All the professional tools you need to get your videos looking betterâ€”from fixing color problems to enhancing your videos creatively and tastefullyâ€”can be found right on your desktop. And now with new support for UltraHD 4K files and a huge range of popular video formats you can use ColorDirector to improve all the videos you take.
Create Dramatic HDR Video
From Ordinary to Extraordinary
Now, for the first time, you can apply HDR to your videos to add more dynamic range to your scenes, bring out the detail and highlight the best parts of your footage.
HDR is perfect for landscape scenes where thereâ€™s a lot of contrast between the sky and the land and you want to capture the skyâ€™s detail without making the land look too dark, scenes of people in harsh sunlight where there can be too much bright glare and dark shadows, and even low-light scenes where you need to brighten the foreground.
Track Any Moving Object
Intelligent Motion Tracking
ColorDirector's intelligent motion tracking algoritm tracks motion by matching image data from a selected area in a frame to image data in each succeeding frame.
It allows you to quickly select or isolate objects, accurately track their movements and of course change or enhance their color.
Emulate Favorite Film Styles
Popular Stylized Color Grades
If youâ€™re looking to give your production a cinematic edge, thereâ€™s no quicker or easier way than applying a preset.
ColorDirector comes with a range of built-in, professionally designed presets that emulate well-known film looks, but you can also save any adjustments you make to a video as a preset and use it again on future projects.
Make Precise and Subtle Curve Adjustments
Modify Contrast & Tint with RGB Tonal Curves
Manually setting the tonal values of the shadows, midtones, and highlights in a video is a great way to achieve exactly the look youâ€™re after.
Adding bit more blue to the shadow areas while tinting the highlights to warmer tones and removing green from the midtones is where RGB tonal curve adjustments can really be used to best effect.
Bring Out Detail in Low Light Videos
Reduce Video Noise and Sharpen Details
It can be frustrating shooting video in low light conditions. The lack of light can suck the life out of your image, leaving you with grainy, under saturated, low-contrast and muddy video footage.
ColorDirector features two new tools to help you to improve the videos youâ€™ve shot in poor light by reducing noise artifacts and grain while at the same time making the video look sharper without any amplification of noise.
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