Light Show Plugins are Glows, light spills and distortion effects designed for titles and videos.
Light Show works inside Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, After Effects and Motion.
Warping Wheels for Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro and After Effects reinvents color wheels to protect skin tones during adjustment, creating great looks with a familiar UI.
Picture Instruments has reinvented the color wheels!
At first sight, one may not immediately recognize the difference between the traditional color wheels and the Picture Instruments Warping Wheels. However, at second glance it becomes clear that the Warping Wheels are far superior to the traditional color wheels.
Advantages of the Warping Wheels as compared to the traditional color wheels!
In contrast to traditional color wheels, the Picture Instruments Warping Wheels Plugin provides extra functions for restoring and subsequently adjusting skin tones. Thus in most cases, the time-consuming work with masks is overdue.
With the “Protect Skin Tones” control, the skin tones are protected from the tint of the Warping Wheels. The Boost control saturates or desaturates the skin tones independently of the color wheels. If necessary, the Skin Tone Hue control can also be used to adjust the skin color.
With the range controls on the left side of the three color wheel for shadows, mids and highlights you can now set separately adjust whether the color tint should affect the darker-, the mid- or bright part of the respective range.
With the smoothness control of each Warping Wheel it is possible to set the width of the respective range (shadows, mids, highlights – sometimes known as lift, gamma, gain). A high value widens the range. As a consequence the crossover to the adjacent brightness range gets smoother. A small value reduces the width of the respective range.
Just like with the classic color wheels there is a Master Wheel which lets you tint, saturate and desaturate the entire image or change its brightness. In addition you can tint the various brightness ranges of an image by using the controls in the middle of the individual wheels for shadows, mid tones and highlights. There is also a brightness control for each of the three ranges.
Color Warp Technology
The name Warping Wheels refers to the Color Warp technology invented by Picture Instruments. With the Color Warp technology, colors can be bent very smoothly in the color space. This greatly reduces compression artefacts such as block formation or banding. Since the increased use of smartphone pics and videos as well as mini-gimbals and drones lead to more and more heavily compressed footage we think it’s a very important step to create our algorithms in such a way that they amplify the sometimes inevitable compression artefacts during post-processing as little as possible.
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They don’t work in sand, but these plugins play well in Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, After Effects and Motion.
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Zoetrope DFISH allows you to turn your curvy, fishbowl style videos into beautiful, straight, wide angle masterpieces. Our algorithm is unique from other fisheye removal tools, because it gives you more control over the lens correction, accounting for a greater variety lenses and cameras. Not all lenses are created the same way or exhibit a linear distortion across the whole image plane. By separating parameters for the inner and outer portion of the lens, you get superior results.
DFISH is fully OpenGL accelerated, leveraging native macOS graphics. Corrections render in realtime during playback.
Crop and Horizon
Sometimes your camera may have been mounted off axis, you can easily correct for this with the horizon correction parameter. Using the crop feature lets you eliminate any distortion artifacts at the edge of the frame when used with more extreme fisheye lenses.
Robust Preset System
DFISH comes with presets for the most common action cameras and Fisheye lenses on the market, use our presets as a starting point and then tweak. Save your own presets for your particular lens or camera, then apply it to all your footage instantly!