Ginger HDR v2013-06-07 Win64 Team V.RProgram Type:
After Effects Plug-inRelease Date:
Juni 07, 2013Homepage:
Win64 After Effects / Premiere ProFile Size:
27Mb Ginger HDR
- Тонмапер для After Effects и Premiere Pro, предназначенный для интуитивно понятной настройки цвета и уровня освещённости. Если в кадре присутствует яркий источник света (окно) и много темных мест (комната), то с помощью плагина можно достаточно легко выравнять изображение.
is a tonemapping plugin for After Effects and Premiere Pro. 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.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’s 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:
1. Lens Filter:
Simulate the effect of lens filters such as a gradient neutral density filter.
2. Two Level Merge:
A specialized tool for scenes with a separate bright area and dark area (such as looking out a window).
3. Local Adaptation:
The tool for compressing global contrast while adaptively increasing the local contrast.
4. Filmic Curve:
Simulate the look of real film by giving your tone curve a shoulder and a toe.
5. Color Grading:
Grading tools for manipulating your shadows, midtones, and highlights.
• HDR Timelapse:
Ginger HDR also includes a Merger too. If you have a bracketed set of exposures, the Merger allows you to merge them to EXR files that capture the full dynamic range of your scene. Those files can then be imported and tonemapped inside After Effects.
• HDR Tonemapping in Premiere Pro:
The most common workflow is to tonemap your files inside After Effects, render the files out, and edit them in Premiere Pro. But often times it’s much simpler to work directly with Premiere Pro.
• RAW and CinemaDNG support in Premiere Pro:
Another common problem is working with Camera RAW and CinemaDNG files inside Premiere Pro. While After Effects includes a Camera RAW and CinemaDNG importer, Premiere Pro does not. But you can Ginger HDR. Simple create a wrapper file (just like the HDR wrapper) and you can import the wrapper file directly into Premiere Pro.
• Magic Lantern HDR Video:
For the more adventurous crowd, you can capture HDR video directly from certain Canon SLRs using the Magic Lantern Firmware. With the HDR mode, every other frame is rendered at a different ISO. For example, even frames would be 100 ISO and odd frames would be 1250 ISO.Compatible:
- After Effects CS3+
- Premiere Pro CS3+
Copy the entire directory Ginger-HDR-Adobe-Win64 in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Common\Plug-ins\CS6\MediaCore\