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PostPosted: Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:00 am 
Hi

I did a bunch of movie recordings at the first Norwegian WordCamp (Wordpress) conference in Oslo. I left the setting on auto and pressed the red recording button.

I noticed the screen was a bit reddish perhaps because the focus point was the screen (where the speaker showed their powerpoint slides) to the side of the speaker.

When I saw the result it had a red tint across the screen. All the recordings had this red tint in them.

How the heck do I remove this?
Anyone have any advice?

Thank you..:)


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You should take a look at the white balance - sometimes it has to be adjusted to get the right colors.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 5:31 pm 
Good point.

I have a few Wordcamp recordings to fix and have slowly begun learning about After Effects. I will find a way through to get the natural color back.

Thanks for your reply...:)


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