Imagine you could control every single possible setting of every pixel in your clip globally. You can. RGB curve adjust is a plug that lets you exert unprecedented control over color in you image. It gives you photoshop-level color control over your clips.
Usually, a pixels color is determined by their components (red, green, and blue) intensity. These intensities run from 0 to 255 in a straight line. Sometimes, however, this is not what you want. Sometimes you want to brighten the picture a bit, but without amplifying bright pixels. Sometimes you want the opposite. For these simpler tasks, however, you could use cf/x brightness adjust, or cf/x brightness equalizer. This plug is for cases where you need to control the red, green, or blue channels directly. And since it may sometimes be difficult to locate a specific color, rgb curve adjust lets you select a reference color that is displayed as a reference line in each color channel.
Because it works like a 256-band three-array color exchanger, this plug can also be used for special effects like color replacements, color flattens, and color shifts.
RGB curve adjust sports three 256 by 256 arrays for individual color curve settings, plus individual pre-set and calculation reoutines for each channel (plus the ability to load from or save your pre-sets to disk)
What's new in RGB Curve Adjust
full HD support
master override slider for gradual effect application
real-time preview during curve editing
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