The Bleach Bypass process was developed by Miyazawa Kazuo in the late 1950’s to reduce saturation and latitude of film. This process has been used as a dramatic effect in many notable films such as; ‘Seven’, ‘Fight Club’, ‘Saving Private Ryan’, ‘300’, ‘Stealing Beauty’, and many other films. Add this cool look to your arsenal.
GlowDark adds unique diffusion to dark areas of images. It can add 'glow' darker areas of 3d generated imagery to make renders look smoother and ‘more real’. Glow Dark can also remove harshness from DSLR footage. When you want smooth and rich images, GlowDark gives you the power.
NEW Gradient Designer is a powerful tool for simulating photographic Gradient (Grad) filters of any width, vertical or horizontal. Controls let you specify exactly where you want the Gradient to be centered. Multiple instances can be layered together to achieve any look. Get that popular 'Grad Filter' look seen in movies from Ridley Scott and others.
SelectiveSat allows you to precisely sample a color and control its saturation. Selective Saturation is perfect for precisely isolating and controlling single colors, and gives you control to isolate colors quickly and easily.
Powerfully shift or suppress any color in an any image. The amount of shift and suppression is fully controllable, so you get the results you are looking for quickly. Create ‘color gels’ and filters to create interesting looks with ease !
This processor simulates the Technicolor 2-strip process first introduced as the Technicolor System 1 Additive Color Projection in 1917. Technicolor processes were made extremely popular through films such as; ‘Gone With the Wind’, ‘Ben-Hur’, ‘The Wizard of Oz’, and many others. This popluar look can give your projects a stylized vintage look, perfect for music videos, flashbacks, period films or television dramas, and more. Get 'old-school' looks for your projects today.
PHYX Color 2.0 requires FxFactory 4.
FxFactory requires ATI, NVIDIA or Intel HD graphics.
Apple OS X 10.7 or 10.8.
Apple Final Cut Pro (7 or X), Apple Motion (4 or 5), Adobe After Effects (CS 5, CS5.5, or CS6), Adobe Premiere Pro (CS6).
"Think of PHYX Color as box of anti-crayons. Though it’s possible to boost the saturation of colors with Shift, most of them are focused on isolating and and toning them down, and at that it excels. I found myself turning the effects on and off, astonished at how the subtleties of saturization affected the mood—scenes set in well-lit coffee shops now took on a threatening air. It’s a great set of tools for isolating, blowing out the white, or suppressing color—not for sending your characters off down the Yellow Brick Road, but running through a dark alley, their shadowy enemies nipping at their heels."
AppleTell 5 out of 5 rating ! (see full review)
" it doesn’t take much effort to create exactly the look you want, and once you have a look you like, you can easily save and recall it again later. If you find yourself often in need of subtle or even dramatic color changes to the look of your video, PHYX Color is $99 well spent and it will continue to reward you with its ease of use and powerful adjustments for years to come."
CreativePlanet - Winner of DV Award of Excellence (see full review)
"Very few parameters, in the case of these Phyx plug-ins, means they are quite painless and fast to operate. The results are easily excellent, and the price is very reasonable. "
TVTechnology (see full review)
"For wild and vivid effects, PHYX can be a useful tool in the editor’s kit. For quick adjustments to enhance realistic images, PHYX can be a great time saver."
NewEnglandFilm.com (see full review)
"In the end, PHYX Color might seem so simple and basic that you would easily dismiss it as not being good because of that, but I have to say that I was very impressed with the results from these simple and powerful plug-ins."
ProVideoCoalition (see full review)
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