Apple Final Cut Studio 3 review Color This colour-grading application hasn’t changed much since Apple bought it in It isn’t particularly inviting, and it’s likely that many users will prefer to stick with Final Cut Pro’s built-in colour-correction tools. Color goes much further, though, and excels not just at correction but also for creative treatments such as film emulation and day-for-night effects. Behind the sombre interface, its tools are mostly straightforward and familiar, although editing of parameters in the creative effects section is painfully awkward. Thankfully, there are some attractive presets to get users started, and more available for download.
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All rights reserved. Article Focus: Our man in Nepal, Jiggy Gaton, likes to live for danger. He installed a major software upgrade mid-project, with virtually no preparation, just to see what would break. Lo and behold, it all worked! And the more Jiggy works with it, the better he’s liking it. It was exciting and out-of-the-blue news for us when our ex-genius bar pal told us that FCP was here with an upgrade, just days after FCP 6. Eager to see what 7.