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Old 09-24-2017, 03:45 PM   #1
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Default Workaround for missing keyframes in Primary Color Correction

Hi:
The Primary Color Correction (P-CC) effect does not have the ability to define keyframes.
With a long clip (e.g. from Action cameras) with varying light conditions (Luma and/or Chroma) such keyframes would be a great help.
Is there any trick/workaround to simulate the missing keyframes so that one can set different P-CC settings on each "keyframe"?
Note: For only two different P-CC settings, I can use the blend-filter. But with more, it's going to be difficult.
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Old 09-24-2017, 04:51 PM   #2
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Place the cursor on one of the existing keyframes then press control + right or left arrow key. That will add more keyframes (as many times as you press that combination. I can't find the original post for this tip.
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Place the cursor on one of the existing keyframes then press control + right or left arrow key. That will add more keyframes (as many times as you press that combination. I can't find the original post for this tip.
Hi LewS:
Thank you for your answer, but there is a misunderstanding: I did not mean the YRGB-curve in the primary color correction.
I was referring to keyframes on the timeline, so that at certain times of a clip the parameters of the primary color correction can be set differently (which then change either linearly or as a bezier curve)!
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Ok. Maybe in the next version.
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A Very simple workaround, just make a cut where you want different settings of correction and do a dissolve with "extended" checked.
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Simple. Put Primary Color to Blend filter. Now you can add keyframes. Or to Mask for more detail interface.
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Simple. Put Primary Color to Blend filter. Now you can add keyframes. Or to Mask for more detail interface.
Hi:
Thanks all for your tips.
Clip cut and blend filter was known here.
Mask: We will test it.
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