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ClipToolz COLOR V2.0 out now with de-Noise and Film Grain!

Craig Marshall

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ClipToolz COLOR v2.0 is out now. All the power of Film Convert without the pricetag plus a de-noise feature that you don't get in Resolve Lite! COLOR lets you gererate film grain 'loops' so you can create them in any length, it features a great set of 3D LUTs and very accurate waveform monitor, vectorscope, historgram and RGB Parade. COLOR does not need a high performance GPU CUDA card so works on low spec computers and you can even operate COLOR's control wheels from your iPad! Take a look at RAW and Thumbs too!



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