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Color balance

Posted: Mon, 21st Jan 2008, 5:58pm

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how exactly do you use that? after I grade something to a green look, I want to color balance it. BUt it do it just makes it more red, or more gree, or more blue. I don't quite get. Could someone tell me how to use it?
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jan 2008, 12:57am

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Typically this filter is used more for color correction than color grading. If one clip in your edit is too green, for example, you can shift the slider away from green a tad to even the color out. Of course, you can also use it to drastically shift a clip toward a specific color.