- Effortlessly shift all 6 primary (red, green, blue) & secondary (cyan, yellow, magenta) hues in a broad and pleasing manner.
Subtractive saturation control per hue facilitates targeted color manipulation with filmic properties.
- Easy-to-use density controls per hue make it easy to create a cinematic palettes, reducing luminance & increasing saturation for rich, vibrant colors.
- Dedicated "Skintone" controls make adjusting skin simple!
- Unique "deep" slider facilitates additional control by adjusting only darker tonal ranges, while preserving highlights and mid-tones.
- Intuitive hue overlays provide visual guide while creating your look. No more guessing what color is skintone!
- Works on Mini & Advanced BMD control surfaces.
- Keyframe support enables complex adjustments throughout a shot.
- Supports Resolve Color Managed (DWG), ACES, LogC, Rec709 Gamma 2.4 compatible.
- Developed in collaboration with Kaur Hendrikson (aka KaurH).
- Watermarked Demo available for those who want to explore the plug-in's features before making the purchase.
- One-Time Payment, No Subscription, Free Updates
- Slider-based hue shifting provides an enjoyable, effortless way to create visually striking color combinations like complementary, triadic, and more!
- Single DCTL design facilitates intricate workflows as well as fixed node structures. No need to juggle with multiple DCTLs or OFX plug-ins.
- The density sliders reduces luminance and increases saturation to maintain a deep, vibrant palette and produce a “film-style” look and feel. A feature of our Film Lab PowerGrades, the PixelTools hueShift DCTL Plug-In allows for more individualized control of density and intensity for each color: red, green, blue, cyan, magenta and yellow.
- MacOS and Windows: Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Studio 18+ (Free version not supported, Studio version required)
NOTE: This Product Requires DaVinci Resolve Studio (DCTLs do not work on the free version)
As soon as I bought Pixeltools dctls, I immediately added them into my everyday node trees. Having something that's already targeting specific colors zones without me having to do highlights is a huge time saver! Sure I can use the hue vs sat curves, but obviously they don't make the quality of the color work the same way (if you know about the luminance vs saturation effect they are solving for, if not- look into it! Its amazing and these dctls are built to mimic the old cinematic pipeline) the split-tone is cool too because it already has the zones outline, and the clean black/white is a critical feature for me. I don't always go for a split tone look but honestly I have found myself using it to just add a subtle vibe by puching it hard then dialing it back in my key output quite a bit. And with that tool i think i've found more fun in making these creative looks very fast. So overall- more speed, richer looks, more fun...whats not to love! Worth every penny!
So happy I purchase this. It saves me so much time !
hueShift makes experimenting with colour density within your grades a breeze. It's a super fun and affordable way to create some stunning looks without having to build your own subtractive saturation node trees
I've been using HSV and HSL models to manipulate saturation, but this tool is much more accurate, as you can control every color separately. Simultanously it never happend that it produced some artifacts. I love the results I can get with hueShift DCTL!