Click on Windows on the top navigation bar > Workspaces > Color Correction
Use the Automatic HSL (Hue Saturation and Luminance) fix on all the clips in the timeline for a quick one-time pass color correction session.
Select the HSL
Tab (Hue, Saturation, Luminance)
Make sure that “Hue
Offsets” is selected.
These buttons are
the “Auto Color Correction Tools”
Auto Balance – Removes Color Casts
Auto Black – Adjusts the black to the richest levels of black – removes milky look
Auto Contrast – Adjusts for the best possible contrast between black and white
To apply place cursor on the clip to apply color correction and click:
Apply and change in this order:
Click the – Dual Split Icon will show the before and after color correction
Before is on the left and after on the right
To move to the previous or next uncorrected shot, press these buttons
To apply an auto color fix on all the clips in the the timeline click on the “Color Correction Mode Setting”
Click on the AutoCorrect tab
On each pulldown menu, select the action that each pulldown will apply.
Set these to the same auto workflow as the previous steps in this helpsheet.
In that order – then click OK
To apply these Correction Mode Settings to multiple ciips…
Change the Windows > Workspaces > Effects Editing
Select the “Segment” tool and select all the clips in the timeline
In the project window, select the effects tab > Image > Double click “Color Correction” option. This will apply onto all selected clips.
Then you can go into the color correction tool to compare the before and after and tweak the settings if needed.
Make sure the video quality menu is set to full green and then render all effects before export.