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Chromaticity Diagram Plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

With this plugin, you’re adding a CIE diagram to your productions. It covers BT.2020, DCI-P3, BT.709 and Adobe RGB. You’ll see all the xy or u’v‘ coordinates of the pixels in your video! We are currently preparing to finish and release this plugin, please come back later…

 

Measured Color Plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

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Spectral Reading Plugin for Davinci Resolve

Imagine you’re able to use your Minolta CS-2000 Spectroradiometer directly within Davinci Resolve and store the values. This really helps if you want to see what your grading monitor does for example. We are currently preparing to finish and release this plugin, please come back later…

 

Oscilloscope Plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

It’s like a measurement device directly within Resolve, Premiere or After Effects! This plugin allows you to create pixel profiles of individual lines, columns or in between cursor positions. Once you selected your area of interest, you’re able to measure signal differences with four adjustable cursors or even export the values to a CSV file for further analysis. We are currently preparing to finish and release this plugin, please come back later…

 

HDR Limiter Plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

When it comes to HDR for consumer electronics, video editors as well as colorists want to make sure that there’s no unnecessary information in the signal. The HDR limiter plugin checks (Q/C) for color coordinates outside the specified gamut as well as luminance levels above or below the limitations of the mastering environment. Once these limitations are exceeded, HDR limiter will either colorize these areas (so that you see where your signal clips) or simply restrict the values to the given limitations. For example: If you master your video to 1000 nits peak white and P3 gamut, why would you accept any signals outside these limits? Such signals might cause the viewer to see something you did not see while creating the content and they would add additional payload/stress to the encoder. We are currently preparing to finish and release this plugin, please come back later…

 

Mandala Kaleidoscope Plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

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Phosphorescence Plugin for Davinci Resolve

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HDR SDR Mapping Plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

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Snapshot Plugin for Davinci Resolve

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