Color correction - Histogram


#1

Is there a chance that in a short time the histogram will be added to the color correction so that you can better match the colors by seeing exactly what happens in the histogram?


#2

See item 22 in the Roadmap

https://www.shotcut.org/roadmap/


#3

Ok, thank you, I’m just getting to know the forum. These are the assumptions for the next update or an uncertain future?


#4

No, a roadmap is a list of short term and long term goals in a prioritized list which may change at any time.


#5

For the color histogram specifically, there are some technical hurdles that are difficult to overcome. I’m confident that it won’t be released in the next 6 months.


#6

“Quick Tasks To Do” are problems that will probably be done faster or the top list is more prioritized? I am glad that the features I wrote about are in the plans :slight_smile:


#7

Is it the same technical hurdles for implementation RGB parade and vectorscope or it can be released faster than histogram?


#8

Unfortunately, yes, it is the same technical hurdle :frowning:


#9

What is the use of a histogram? I’ve used professional RGB parade scopes and vectorscopes but not a histogram per se.


#10

Sorry to bother you again, but is there any new information once the color correction functions are going to land in official release? 1H2019 is any reasonable target?


#11

It is not possible to predict. There are no code contributors who work against a timeline. There is a waveform scope now. So that is something to be thankful for.


#12

It’s a pity