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Old December 31st, 2009, 09:10 PM   #31
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I'm also running the dual monitor setup, loving the extra real estate.

My videos don't have to convey a mood so i just CC to get color as realistic to natural as i can or to adjust for the cameras limitations. Shooting on the ocean really pushes the cameras.

AAV6cc offloads to the graphics card so has next to no impact on render or playback speed.
AAV6cc can get from here.
AAV ColorLab

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