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User Guide (Version 1.14)

Color Correction Node

You use the Color Correction node to change the CMYK, brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue in a scene. Most color correction properties don't update smoothly. For this reason, you should hide stronger color correction changes should by cuts or fading between scenes.

To add a Color Correction node in the Track View editor

  1. In the Track View editor, right-click either the sequence (top node) or the Director node in the tree as applicable, and then click Add Color Correction Node.

  2. Click the applicable key listed under the ColorCorrection node.

  3. To position a key, double-click the preferred location on its highlighted row in the timeline. Double-click the green marker, and then under Key Properties type an applicable value for Value.

Note

To have change correction dynamically based on a variable, you can use the Enable Color Correction node in the Script Canvas editor.