Ginger Hdr For After Effects (Mac OSX) | 90 MB
Since HDR Video is a relatively new technology there is a lack of solid workflow support. Ginger HDR is a set of plugins designed to streamline HDR processing so that we can take HDR Video from a science project to a production workflow. So what does Ginger HDR include?
HDR Tonemapping for After Effects (CS 3.0+) and Premiere Pro (CS 5.0+)
Tonemapping Basic: The basic tonemapping plugin is designed to quickly and easily compress the dynamic range of your scene while retaining detail. It uses a minimal set of parameters so it抯 great for people new to HDR.
Tonemapping Advanced: The advanced tonemapping plugin is a much more specialized set of tonemapping options for experienced users. Tools include:
Lens Filter: Simulate the effect of lens filters such as a gradient neutral density filter.
Two Level Merge: A specialized tool for scenes with a separate bright area and dark area (such as looking out a window).
Local Adaptation: The tool for compressing global contrast while adaptively increasing the local contrast.
Filmic Curve: Simulate the look of real film by giving your tone curve a shoulder and a toe.
Color Grading: Grading tools for manipulating your shadows, midtones, and highlights.