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ColorDirector5 LE Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — ColorDirector5 LE

ColorDirector é um pro-nível de gradação de cores software!
$59.99 EXPIRADO
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ColorDirector5 LE esteve disponível como oferta em 16 de março de 2018

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Converter, redimensionar, cortar e fazer download de vídeos!

Gradação de cores é essencial para evocar respostas de seu vídeo de espectadores. ColorDirector é um pro-nível de gradação de cores software empacotado em uma interface intuitiva suite que torna fácil para qualquer pessoa.

Esta versão inclui:

  • A importação de Formatos: MP4/H. 264 (com Windows 7/8/10 na caixa codec MP4), AVI, WMV (não suporte a MKV, MOV, FLV);
  • Formatos de exportação: MP4/H. 264 (com Windows 7/8/10 na caixa codec MP4), WMV (não suporte a MKV, M2TS, XAVC-S);
  • Relação de aspecto/ Resolução: 16:9, Até 1080/30fps (não suporta 9:16 & 360 graus);
  • Ajuste de cor Ferramentas: ferramentas Básicas (W/B, Tom, Curva, Nitidez, Redução de Ruído, de Substituição de Cor, Vinheta, Mudança de Cor, de Cor Predefinidas).

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Requisitos do Sistema:

Windows 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10 (x32/x64)

Publicado por:

CyberLink Corp.

Página Oficial:

http://www.cyberlink.com/stat/edms/Giveaway/GOTD/CDR5LE/index.jsp

Tamanho do arquivo:

684 KB (162.43 MB the final size)

Preço:

$59.99

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#4

Here are the current limitations i found so far in this Edition.

Disabled/missing in this version or requires a paid upgrade:

-> Adjustment -> Manual -> Histogram
- Apply a color look-up table

-> Adjustment -> Manual -> Regional Adjustment Tools -> Selection Mask
- Blur

-> Adjustment -> Manual -> Regional Adjustment Tools
- Motion tracking mask

-> Adjustment -> Manual -> Regional Adjustment Tools -> Gradient mask
- Blur

-> Adjustment -> Manual -> Regional Adjustment Tools
- Radial filter

-> Adjustment -> Manual -> Global Adjustment Tools
- HDR Effect
- Split Toning
- Blur
- Color Splash

-> Production -> Video File
- H.265 HEVC
- MPEG-2

Pros
--------

Scene Detection
- allows you to find or look for specific scenes in the video, you can remove individual scenes or merge them, it even supports CTRL+Mouse left or SHIFT+Mouse left selection

Video Trimmer
- self-explanatory

Video Cutter
- self-explanatory

Adjustments
- Various options to change how the video looks

Masks
- Allow you to apply adjustments to specific areas in the video
- Masks can be applied on top of each other (usage example https://pixnio.com/nature-landscapes/field/grass-nature-tree-sky-landscape-plant-field-summer : the first mask gives more blue tint to the sky, the second mask makes the grass greener and the third mask makes the shadow from the tree less dark)
- You can create and save new masks for later use

Preset Management
- Allows you to create new presets and folders for them, which helps you organizing them

DirectorZone integration
- Allows for Preset downloads https://directorzone.cyberlink.com/colordirector/

4K Support
- Export to 4K possible

Sharing option
- Allows to directly upload to YT and Vimeo

Cons
--------

Presets
- Only a few included and not really great looking

Workflow
- Lots of functional limitations that may break the workflow due to upgrade nag/pop-up

kui_  –  Last year  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+46)
#3

Downloaded and installed on Windows 10 without difficulties, although the setup.exe is just a frontend that connects to the internet to download the *real* software installer which then has to install after downloading.

I use Adobe Lightroom for editing photos. ColorDirector5 seems to use a similar approach for videos and I was surprised at how much it feels like Lightroom's approach. For me, that was a good thing. I did not read any instructions or watch the available tutorial videos. I just opened a short .MOV clip I took this summer with my DSLR. It was slightly confusing that I had to drag the opened clip to a Storyboard, but, it is a movie editor so it does make sense that there is a Storyboard I guess--I was thinking this would just be a single clip editor, but it appears you can string clips together which seems like a nice feature (though I have not actually tried that yet).

I was quickly able to adjust the vibrance and saturation to my liking--very easy and intuitive controls. I played around with the other controls for adjusting individual colors' saturation, brightness, and hue--again, intuitive controls. I liked that the software also offered an option to click on a color in the video itself and then you could drag up and down to adjust that color's saturation, brightness, or hue.

I then exported the clip to MP4 format, although M2TS was also an option for higher quality. Some of the output options do require "upgrading" (presumably for a fee--I didn't check that out), but the options included were good enough for my needs. The time it took to export the clip seemed reasonable to me--not particularly speedy, but not unbearably slow either. The resulting clip appeared of good quality--no noticeable degradation to my eye; and, the adjustments made were accurately reproduced in the exported clip.

I was surprised but pleased with what a very nice piece of software this is. If you've been looking for something to enhance or modify the color features of a video, this strikes me as a very nice option for free. Thanks, GAOTD!

ReasonablyImpressed  –  Last year  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+15)

ReasonablyImpressed,

" It was slightly confusing that I had to drag the opened clip to a Storyboard..."

If/when you look at NLEs [Non Linear (video) Editors], I think you'll find that the more usual approach is to have your clips on several tracks with a timeline. Where I have seen story boarding used, I think the intent was to make it less confusing. Using a timeline OTOH makes it quicker/easier to edit the individual clips, plus you can do stuff like overlays, pip etc., but it can seem like overkill for less complicated projects.

"I then exported the clip to MP4 format, although M2TS was also an option for higher quality."

Those are just container formats, having nothing really to do with the quality of the video inside. Your original .mov file [which according to the ad copy you shouldn't be able to import], .mp4, & .m2ts can all hold identical H.264 video.

"If you've been looking for something to enhance or modify the color features of a video, this strikes me as a very nice option for free."

FWIW, I think one of the most common uses for something like Color Director, which is often part of the NLE software itself, is to make clips shot at different times with different lighting look the same. Another reason that's a bit less important today, now that TV broadcasts are digital, was to make sure the video was "legal" -- that the equipment could actually broadcast those colors. It is often used to give video a mood or feel. It is cool that CyberLink is being so generous with today's GOTD offer. If you want or need more however, & don't mind the learning curve, Davinci Resolve started out in life strictly for pro color correction, evolving into a capable NLE, & it's always free.

mike  –  Last year  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+19)
#2

Sound codec seems to be always AAC regardless what the original codec was. Not a big problem but might be worth to know.

aris95  –  Last year  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+12)
#1

I downloaded it and worked fine with me, it is like an app for photo editing, but edits videos instead.

But I felt that it could be not so easy for everyone to work with in first time, so here is how it works:

After adding the video, the movie should be added to "story board" by pressing right click on your mouse, then opening "Adjustments" and there either put some filter (called "presents") or do a Manual changes with contrast, saturation, ...etc , not all of them are working directly, some features need upgrading (or maybe I couldn't register correctly, I don't know)
There is also a "Trime" button in shape of scissors and "delete scenes" button next to it.

Later after doing these, to export the video, press on "Production" and choose WMV because it is better because there is the chance to choose between different resolutions including VGA and 4K. Or if you are choosing H.264 then choose USA to be able to do these and also add Dolby Digital (didn't try it so not sure if it make a change in sound) and then pressing Start will create the video.

JANE  –  Last year  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+9)

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