Difference between revisions of "Kdenlive/Manual/Effects/Misc/Vectorscope"

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==== Misc - Vectorscope ====
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==== Analysis and Data - Vectorscope ====
  
 
This is the [http://www.mltframework.org/bin/view/MLT/FilterFrei0r-vectorscope frei0r.vectorscope] plugin.
 
This is the [http://www.mltframework.org/bin/view/MLT/FilterFrei0r-vectorscope frei0r.vectorscope] plugin.
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In ver 17.04 this is found in the  [[Special:myLanguage/Kdenlive/Manual/Effects/Analysis_and_Data| Analysis and Data]] category of Effects.
 
In ver 17.04 this is found in the  [[Special:myLanguage/Kdenlive/Manual/Effects/Analysis_and_Data| Analysis and Data]] category of Effects.
  
It is recommended to use the vectorscope from  [[Kdenlive/Manual/View_Menu/Vectorscope|View>Vectorscope]], because the effect Misc - Vectorscope  is not correct - it uses a graticule from an analog NTSC vectorscope, but equations from digital video (Source: [http://www.kdenlive.org/forum/color-or-colour-correction-kdenlive-how-use-reference-chart-and-vectorscope-and-other-tools-eg#comment-20712 this] forum post.)
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It is recommended to use the vectorscope from  [[Kdenlive/Manual/View_Menu/Vectorscope|View>Vectorscope]], because the effect Analysis and Data - Vectorscope  is not correct - it uses a graticule from an analog NTSC vectorscope, but equations from digital video (Source: [http://www.kdenlive.org/forum/color-or-colour-correction-kdenlive-how-use-reference-chart-and-vectorscope-and-other-tools-eg#comment-20712 this] forum post.)
  
 
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Revision as of 13:10, 15 August 2017

Analysis and Data - Vectorscope

This is the frei0r.vectorscope plugin.

Not to be confused with View>Vectorscope described on Granjow's blog

In ver 17.04 this is found in the Analysis and Data category of Effects.

It is recommended to use the vectorscope from View>Vectorscope, because the effect Analysis and Data - Vectorscope is not correct - it uses a graticule from an analog NTSC vectorscope, but equations from digital video (Source: this forum post.)

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