I posted this in Final Cut Express as well. I'm currently editing the
first episode to a new web series that I'm creating. I rented two field
cameras from a TV station and shot the episode outside with both
cameras. When I came back to edit, one camera had recorded the footage
nicely, while the other recorded everything in a blue hue as if the
camera had a blue filter on it (But it didn't). I am now playing around
with Final Cut Express trying to get the blue hue footage to look like
the regular footage and the Color Corrector filter is not solving the
problem--either I'm not using it right or it's not up to snuff.
anyone know a) how to solve my problem, b) of any software that might
solve my problem? I have Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 and After Effects CS5 on
my computer, but have not used either of these yet--if you can help me
resolve my problem using either of these, please let me know.
view the blue hue, please go to: www.youtube.com/totallybragging. The
first shots of the girls have the blue hue. And later on in the trailer
when Cortney says "Bragging" that's the color I'd like to have on the
blue hue shots.
If this problem cannot be resolved, I'm thinking
that I can just convert the blue footage to black and white, which might
Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!