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    I want to match the color of clip A with the color of clip B
    change the color of clip A so that it matches the color of clip B

    I use Color Match video fx plugin but it doesn't work !

    Anyone know how to match the color ?

    Here are the segments of the clips

    https://mega.nz/#F!LkQgDT4C!Aw-gwa58uN96WPnntmpcDA


    Thank
    Last edited by kwanami; 2nd Jul 2015 at 05:31.
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  2. What's the problem? Because I don't see a problem.
    Originally Posted by kwanami View Post
    I want to match the color of clip A with the color of clip B
    change the color of clip A so that it matches the color of clip B
    These clips have the same colors. Not to mention that are very dark.
    Code:
    ffmpeg -y -i Clip_A.mp4 -vframes 1 -ss 00:00:15.775 Clip_A.bmp

    Code:
    ffmpeg -y -i Clip_B.mp4 -vframes 1 -ss 00:00:06.235 Clip_B.bmp

    Sony Vegas 13 build 453 --> export Sony AVC/MVC (*.mp4) --> Internet (1920x1080-30p) --> bitrate 10000kbps
    Code:
    ffmpeg -y -i Sony.mp4 -vframes 1 -ss 00:00:15.780 Sony.bmp
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  3. You can look at the face of the girl (not background)
    You will see the different
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  4. You have mostly a rec.601 vs rec.709 problem. To make ClipA look like ClipB in AviSynth apply this to ClipA:

    Code:
    ColorMatrix(mode="rec.601->rec.709")

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  5. I don't fault anything. It is to change the focus at a different bitrate.
    All photos checked in the program HoneyView.

    If you have a problem then place your photos.
    Sony Vegas 13 should don't problem.
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  6. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    You have mostly a rec.601 vs rec.709 problem. To make ClipA look like ClipB in AviSynth apply this to ClipA:

    Code:
    ColorMatrix(mode="rec.601->rec.709")
    Yes, it is what I want .
    But I have no idea about AviSynth
    Would you please teach me how to match color by AviSynth ?
    Thanks
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    Sony Vegas has a "Color Match" tool. It's simple.

    You adjust one piece of media to the colors you like, and you can paste that look wherever you want. You can save it as a preset too. That way you don't have to keep starting from scratch.
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  8. Originally Posted by kwanami View Post
    Code:
    ColorMatrix(mode="rec.601->rec.709")
    Yes, it is what I want .
    But I have no idea about AviSynth
    Would you please teach me how to match color by AviSynth ?
    Thanks
    There's probably no need for you to learn AviSynth. I don't use Vegas but surely it must have the ability to convert rec.601 colors to rec.709. Maybe under the source properties you can specify the color matrix.
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  9. Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    Oh thanks!
    what plugin tool should I use ?
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  10. "channel blend" is a native sony vegas plugin
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  11. Vegas Movie Studio does it automatically:

    "Instantly match colors between two clips! Don't worry about coming back with off-color video. Use the Color Match plug-in to make two different scenes appear as though they were shot on the same day, at the same time, and with the same filter.
    Color match"
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  12. OK ! I did it

    Here it is [ final clip (frame 287 to 288) ]
    https://mega.nz/#F!LkQgDT4C!Aw-gwa58uN96WPnntmpcDA


    Thanks jagabo
    Thanks poisondeathray
    Thanks Jamaika
    Thanks budwzr
    Thanks TreeTops


    Last edited by kwanami; 2nd Jul 2015 at 05:30.
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