|Operating System||Macintosh, Mac OS X 10.7, Mac OS X 10.8|
ColorReprocess is a video processing application that provides a powerful set of features for adjusting the color and appearance of your videos. From straightforward color adjustment controls including white point adjustment, saturation, brightness, contrast, gamma and hue, to the very detailed RGB color channel controls, ColorReprocess allows you to make simple color tweaks to your videos or incredibly powerful color adjustments such as giving them a 1960s look, or highly-artistic color corrections. All the controls can be combined or used independently. ColorReprocess contains an immensely powerful way of fine tuning the exact color control of your video. The RGB Channel Inspector window allows each of the primary (red, green and blue) color sources to be adjusted independently, mixed, biased and/or combined together. Built-in presets allow you to give your videos looks such as a 1960s appearance, or lurid green skies, or beautiful artistic colors. If you have on older video that contains people, you can use the vibrance control to apply a non-skin saturation to boost or reduce the color of the video while retaining the color of skin tones unchanged. ColorReprocess also allows you to export just part of your video, or the whole thing, with many export options, including ProRes, H.264 and many device presets already included.