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Yellow War Light?

Posted: Sat, 14th Jan 2006, 6:21am

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Jrad

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Would this preset be good for achieving the look from Tears of The Sun?
Posted: Sat, 14th Jan 2006, 2:43pm

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TimmyD

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Why don't you try it on some test footage and see how you like it?
Posted: Sat, 14th Jan 2006, 7:03pm

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Jrad

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good idea. I'm an idiot
Posted: Sat, 14th Jan 2006, 7:04pm

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Pooky

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Where are the grading presets anyway? I can't find where it sticks em after I import them.
Posted: Sat, 14th Jan 2006, 7:06pm

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Jrad

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Go to your timeline and right click on the video clip. Then go to apply filters.