Upon launch, the colour module blinks the mask three times in the familiar way. If a full mask is not set, the Color modules allows you to set it now, as colour balancing is typically applied to the full image (requiring a full mask).
In addition to blinking the mask, the Color module also analyses the image and sets the 'Red, Green and Blue Increase/Reduce' parameters to a value which it deems the most appropriate for your image. This behaviour is identical to manually clicking the 'Sample' button where the whole image is sampled.
In cases where the image contains aberrant colour information in the highlights, for example due to chromatic aberration or slight channel misalignment/discrepancies, then this initial colour balance may be significantly incorrect and may need further correction. The aberrant colour information in the highlights itself, can be repaired using the 'Highlight Repair' parameter.
"L, RGB" simply uses the loaded luminance dataset for luminance and uses red, green and blue for the colour information.
As of 1.7, enhanced mouse controls are implemented; Zoom in.
The FilmDev module effectively functions as a classic digital dark room where your prized raw signal is developed and readied for further processing.
Thanks to StarTools' Tracking feature the Color module provides you with unparalleled flexibility and color fidelity when it comes to colour presentation in your image.
StarTools can also be entirely operated by touchscreen with all controls appropriately sized for finger-touch operation.
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