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Is It Possible to Fix Red Eye in Final Cut Pro using Color Correction?

Theoretically it is possible by isolating and fixing individual frames. There doesn’t seem to be a very clear consensus on whether there is an easier way as there is no feature or plug-in to do it, like you would find for still images; however, if you correct the color in the video, you can greatly improve the video quality and may find that it’s a great starting place to achieve your desired effect.

Part 1: How to Correct Video Color using Final Cut Pro

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Now you can follow the steps to correct colors of your video in Final Cut Pro:

  • Step 1. Press Command-7 to open the Video Scopes. The Video Scopes provide information about brightness and color in the current video frame.
  • Step 2. Click the Settings menu, then select Waveform.
  • Step 3. Click the Settings menu again, then select Vertical Layout.
  • Step 4. Click Exposure and adjust Global or individually adjust Shadows, Midtones, and Highlights.
  • Step 5. Click the Saturation tab and adjust the Global slider or adjust Global or individually adjust Shadows, Midtones, and Highlights.
  • Step 6. Click the Color tab and adjust the Global slider or adjust Global or individually adjust Shadows, Midtones, and Highlights.
  • Step 7. Select a color from the RGB display to adjust the overall shading optionally.

Part 2. Filmora Video Editor for Mac — The Simplest Way to Correct Color for Video

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How to Correct Color with Filmora Video Editor for Mac

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How to Use Video Color Correction in Filmora Video Editor for Mac




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