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  1. In Adobe Photoshop I can do Auto-Tone and it improves the picture quality. Is there a way to do this in FFMPEG? I'm using a color curves .acv file to remove fog/haze, could the .acv also be designed to correct the color tone? Or is there another way using FFMPEG?

    Here is a before and after using the Auto-Tone
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    Last edited by MikeS; 21st Sep 2018 at 11:48.
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  2. ffmpeg seems like the wrong tool for the job.
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  3. I'm using FFMPEG to stream from the IP camera to Youtube.
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    There is color curves filter in FFmpeg. see curves filter documentation.
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  5. Ok I think I figured it out. When I created the curves file in Photoshop I was using the RGB slider. If I use the pull down and adjust the blue, I can get it to look like the Auto-Tune function.
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  6. Screen shot of using ffmpeg to fix the color tone using an .acv file exported from Photoshop.
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