This is not my idea, I saw it on a friend’s video editing program.
When selecting the color adjustment button, it opens a small window / table with these filters:
Each one with a slider and at the end of the slider small window showing the amount of filter applied.
Most of the filters above are in “ShotCut” one by one alfabetically.
Sometimes when dealing with color corrections on a video clip / movie, there is a need to use more then one filter, then start seaching for the other.
Why not put them all together on one table ?
Sorry, cannot mention name of that program.
By the way, takes long time to open ShotCut first time of the day.
All the best
Win 10 pro, 19045.3930, 22H2 x64
They are together on a quick and easy one-click-to-access-it panel.
Ok, I lied. This doesn’t exist. I just made a Filter Set with all the color correction filters I could find
But isn’t that almost as good as a looong unified color panel that needs to be scrolled to find the setting you want to adjust?
The Filter Set in Favorites, which groups together color correction filters, is an excellent idea.
Thanks @MusicalBox, I’ve adopted it.
Excellente idée ce Filter Set placé dans les Favoris, qui regroupe les filtres de correction couleur.
Merci @MusicalBox, j’adopte.
Thanks for the answer.
Watched the short video clip, but where is that filter set, and how to install it ? Link please.
Many Thanks for the nice explanatin,
Programs that have one long list of parameters in categories like you describe lack the flexibility to have multiple of the same filter or change the order of operations, which does matter.
Creating a color correction filter set is an amazing idea! I’m stealing this for my process