These sliders implement the color correction to enhance your video without
sacrificing of the processing speed.
This is adjusted by shifting the values of all three
(intensity and two color) channels equally
after the contrast settings were applied.
This slider stretches (or shrinks) the ranges
of all three channels equally.
This stretches (or shrinks) the ranges of the two color channels equally.
This stretches the range of one color
channel while proportionally shrinking the range of another.
Shift Red, Shift Blue.
These sliders adjust the color tint by shifting the values
of the corresponding color channel.
Note, that unlike the Saturation Balance these sliders will shift the whole range of color values, so make sure that the dark areas in your video remain colored properly.
Percentage of saturated pixels.
This information helps finding the optimal color correction settings.
It is recommended at first to locate a frame in Preview window with most vivid colors and then adjust Brightness and Contrast so that the Intensity percentage becomes about 0.1% for both high and low levels.
The percentage for the color channels can be a little bit higher, which is controlled by the two Saturation sliders and the two Color shift sliders.
This button will open an additional window where you can
watch the effect of your color adjustments.
The Preview button is disabled if no video file was opened in VirtualDub.
This checkbox allows turning off the color correction in
order to compare the corrected and the original images.
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