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one way that I would get around this issue would be to render the footage with the saturation effect applied and then track the rendered footage and apply that tracking data for your original footage without the saturation effect. You can also try plugins like Mocha which does amazing 2D planar tracking on difficult footage like these. You can also refer to ...


Resolve has a color stabilizer effect that’s expressly for this purpose. I don’t remember offhand if it’s included in the free version, but I’ll update my answer when I find out. If there’s any clipping in your image, though, shifting the white balance will cause the pure white areas to change color unnaturally, whether keyframing in FCPX, or by automated ...


DaVinci Resolve is industry standard for colour grading. However if you don’t need very special and specific functions in DaVinci Resolve, you can do the grading in FCP as well. In your situation I would not think you need all this back and fourth to DaVinci.


Linear vs log(arithmic) are shapes of curves. Floating point and integer are data types, I.e., different approaches to storing numbers on silicon. 32bit vs 16bit is bit depth, or how precise a number can be. These concepts are each independent of each other; your data can be any combination of curve, type, and depth. Light in the physical world behaves ...

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