RE:Match Color (one of the two plugins) has been significantly overhauled and is now available individually. Changes in RE:Match Color:
- Ability to set a color correction using a particular point in time of the sequence to match. Up to four still images can be selected and used to control the color correction over time. This provides the ability to set a color matching correction estimation using still frame references, which is much more convenient for multi-camera shoots.
- Ability to dissolve between two different color corrections over a period of time.
- Additional filter modes for cases like blown up skies that could create artifacts when matching another image without such issue.
The update is primarily aimed at video editors to help them better approach certain cases. Previously you could only match frame by frame a clip to another which does not work when the sequences are not the same length or what you want is to pre-grade a sequence of clips.
More on RE:Vision Effects’ website.
Source: RE:Vision Effects