CrumplePop – ToneGrade – HDR and Tone Mapping for Final Cut Pro X Plugin

2018-01-26   Graphics & Design Video

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Name CrumplePop – ToneGrade [].zip
Size 1.19 MB
Created on 2018-01-27 03:22:00
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Files CrumplePop – ToneGrade [].zip (1.19 MB)

Descriptions for Descriptions for CrumplePop – ToneGrade: HDR and Tone Mapping Final Cut Pro X Plugin

Name: ToneGrade: HDR and Tone Mapping
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.6.8 or later

Software requirements: Final Cut Pro 10.0.8 or later

Graphics card requirements: OpenCL-capable graphics card or Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later

Supported cameras:

● All Canon DSLRs
● All Nikon DSLRs
● All Panasonic DSLRs
● Black Magic Cinema Cameras
● Sony NEX, HVR, HXR, HDR and PMW series camcorders
● Panasonic AG, AF, HMC, HDC, HC series camcorders
● All GoPro Hero Series
● most other h.264 and AVCHD format cameras

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ToneGrade easily applies HDR tone mapping to your footage. Create visual striking, “hyper real” color grades by using ToneGrade in Final Cut Pro X.

  • Add striking character to your footage
  • Restore detail without introducing noise
  • Soften skin tones with skin smoothing controls
Easy Tone Mapping within FCPX

Tone mapping is an image processing technique that simulates the properties of HDR photography.

ToneGrade allows you to easily and quickly apply tone mapping to your footage. The result is a frame with an expanded range of detail in both highlights and shadows.

Recovery Detail Easily

ToneGrade also allows you to restore fine detail in your frame.

Unlike sharpening filters, ToneGrade overlays multiple luma layers to pull out detail with very little added noise creating a simultaneously tack-sharp and natural looking image.

Fast Final Cut Pro X Color Grading

To round out the HDR effect, ToneGrade provides a set of easy, powerful FCPX color grading tools.

A single control allows you to cool or warm your footage, and a skin smoothing control softens skin tones. The result is a beautiful HDR color grade that would require multiple third party add-ons.

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