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    We're prepping a plugin that allows CameraBag Cinema to work as a plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro, take a look!
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    Yes, that'd be great to correct GoPro Footage and Wide Angle Lenses.
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    Hello Nevercenter team. Your CameraBag Cinema is an amazing piece of software. I like to alter/correct my videos with it. But I am missing a few things I need often. Do you plan to insert some tools for correcting distortions like fisheye? That would be big think.
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    This article suggests that one part of getting a "cinematic" look to a still photo is to crop it to a wide ratio, then add window-box borders out to 16:9. This is very easy to do in CameraBag 2 or CameraBag Photo. Activate Crop/Straighten and select an Aspect of 2.39:1 (the last choice on the list). Straighten and adjust edge positions as appropriate. Click Apply (CB2) or Done (CB-P). From the Adjustments tab, add a Fill Border, and select Aspect Ratio of 1.85 and set the color to black (0,0,0). That's it. I've saved off the border created in step 2 as a personal preset. With CameraBag 2 but not CameraBag Photo, you can also save the crop as part of the preset. CB-P doesn't seem to like crops in presets, though, so I don't recommend doing that.
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    Are you considering adding local adjustments to the software? I like the way global adjustments work in your software but since I do a lot of local adjustments (for dodging and burning) I rely more on other software programs for processing images. I would rely more on CameraBag if I could make local adjustments and if I could mask out parts of the global adjustments I make both with adjustments and presets.
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    Local adjustments are definitely something we bring up regularly in our discussion of development and the directions to go in. There are some functionality/interface questions to solve with this whole new "kind" of adjustment and discussions on implementation are mostly what have been holding us back--we definitely recognize the value in having local adjustments to go along with the global ones. We have been doing some back-end testing and it's looking more and more like this is a direction we could go in. Thanks for your feedback! Hearing what CameraBag users want really does help us decide what is added and how the software develops--we want it to be the best tool it can be.
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    One issue with the pro-oriented features like LUT support is that they can not be used on PC / Windows. If someone wants to use the pro version (Camerabag Cinema) and all the stuff like LUT support, i have to buy a mac computer to use it. Are there plans to release it on Windows too? If not, i think it would be nice to have something like Camerabag Photo Extended with LUT Support that runs on windows.
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    I work with video, often film telecined to video and when grading (colour balancing) the different shots, I need to be able to fix a filter's settings at particular places in time. A lot of Non-linear editors have Basic grading filters, FCP has a number, that can be accessed in the Timeline and with the passage of story time the light and lighting will shift, the grading tools need to change with it. That Camerabag Cinema is a free standing, external tool doesn't matter; Color for FCP was an external app that talked to FCP via "hand-offs" in XML I expect (I noted someone asking for the ability to work in CameraBag Cinema and FCPX just recently). Plug-in producers have had difficulty with GUI/work windows inside FCP in the past, the "hand-off" to and from the Apps is tricky for some but IF Keyframes in CamBag Cinema translated to Virtual files like Render files that FCP could access or ............ I don't know how you would achieve it but it would be mighty brilliant - look into the old FCP too, there are many (like myself) who use both but prefer the older version still (keeping a MacPro isolated for it too). By the way, I purchased CamBag Cine and Photo expecting that at some point you'd start adding Cine specific elements to it! Best wishes, Philip
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    Detailed how-to about using the Cube LUT adjustment in CameraBag Cinema. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #37 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
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    Detailed how-to about using the Dead Pixel adjustment in CameraBag Photo and CameraBag Cinema. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #36 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
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    The first of the three masking tools currently in CameraBag, the Hue Mask tile can be placed to the left of any other adjustment tile to mask it so that its adjustments will apply only to specific hues. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #29 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
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    Hey, I was looking at the chrominance chart and I still think that a more traditional vectorscope is easier to use (but that can just be me, failing to understand the chart). However something a lot more important is the skin-tone line which seems to be missing. Whenever you try to colour correct a picture (or video) the most important thing is to get the skin-tone's right. Another important thing on a vectorscope are the colour targets (these are especially important when using something like a Macbeth chart). Sincerely, Evert Provoost