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Which product is best for filters?

Posted: Sun, 19th Feb 2006, 12:44am

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Jack422

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I won't need light saber effects etc in my current project although that would be cool. Which product is best for filters/lighting?
Posted: Sun, 19th Feb 2006, 1:03am

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Andreas

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CompositeLab (or Visionlab)
Powerful imaging filters

Use CompositeLab's range of filters to easily manipulate the appearance of your effects. match them seamlessly to your background footage and add an extra layer of realism.
Posted: Sun, 19th Feb 2006, 8:56pm

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Axeman

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VisionLab is of course the most powerful in all aspects, but CompositeLab is strong in the filter/grading area as well. Especially CompositeLab Pro, which has nearly all of the grading features and filters of VisionLab.

Compare the filters list for CompositeLab on this page

To the filters list for VisonLab on this page.