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Re: Who would like a unified interface for FCS?

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walter biscardiRe: Who would like a unified interface for FCS?
by on Oct 4, 2010 at 12:52:03 pm

[Michael Aranyshev] "Regarding interface redesign the obvious candidate is Color. The GUI of every grading app on the market – Discreet Lustre, Nucoda Film Master, IRIDAS Speed Grade, Baselight, Resolve is pure abomination. But they used to cost your kidney and olor was cheap. Now the big boys come down in price. To compete Color has to be faster and the big part of the speed is the efficiency of the interface."

Can't disagree more. The interface is very fast and intuitive. Actually Resolve is even faster using Nodes to replace the Secondaries.

I have found anyone who doesn't like these interfaces are Editors used to the very basic interface of an NLE. Guess what. Color applications were not designed for editors. So if you want to use a color enhancement tool, learn how to be efficient in it.

Apple and BMD have give you the choice of using a professional color enhancement tool. If you don't like the way it works, then use a plug-in like Colorista, Magic Bullet Looks and others available for Final Cut Pro. These have very simple interfaces designed for an editor.

Walter Biscardi, Jr.
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