Plugin Solutions For Final Cut Pro, Color, & Motion

Extra Touches: G Star

G Star adds stars to your highlights. This effect can be made as subtle or as over the top as you like. If you have time to experiment, try dropping the Star Threshold and the Star Brightness to create a impressionist painting effect from your video.

Star Threshold 0 to 255
This sets the level of highlights that will receive the star treatment. The lower the number, the more of your image becomes starry.
Star Length 0 to 400 This sets the length of the arms of each star. Keyframe this to make your stars throb/pulse.
Star Angle -360 to 360 This sets the angle, in degrees, for the direction of the star. Keyframe this to create a real ‘twinkle’.
Star Brightness 0 to 500 Larger numbers make for brighter stars.
Star Saturation -1 to 1 This controls how much colour, taken from the video, appears in each star. Negative numbers desaturate.
Star Sharpness 0 to 254 This controls how soft or sharp the stars are. At higher numbers, the sharpness will eliminate the star points that are off axis of the set Star Angle.
Star Post Blur 0 to 100 This adds a blur to the star effect. A medium high blur creates a heavenly glow out of the star effect. Generally, keep this number low to preserve star integrity.
Star Points 2 to 10 Sets the number of points or arms for the stars.
Star Blend 0 to 100 Controls the blending of the original image with the star effect. Zero is no modification and 100% is the full starry effect.
Invert Stars on
Turn this on make white into black. If saturation is turned up, colours will be inverted.
Mode Normal
Selects how the effect is combined with the original footage.
Normal: a simple percentage mix using the amount set in Star Blend.
Multiply: combination results in the final image being darker.
Screen: the opposite of multiply, brighter image.
Overlay: makes brights brighter and darks darker.
Lighten: makes brights brighter.
Darken: Makes darks darker.
Add: another way of brighting the brights.

Package Contains:

G Cool Blur
G Directional Blur
G Horizontal & Vertical Blur
G H and V Blur Glow
G Radial Blur

Extra Touches :
G Beauty
G Bug Eye
G Earthquaker
G FBM Noise
G Lens Flare
G Reverberator
G Split Screen
G Star
G Theatrical
G Tone Enhancer

G Alpha Expander
G Chroma Smoother
G Copy Channel
G Deflash
G Deflicker
G Field
G Reinterlacer

Image F/X:
G Diffuse
G False Colour
G Monochrome
G Posterise
G Saturator
G Saturator Balanced
G Sharpen
G Surreal
G Threshold
G TInt

Levels and Curves:
G Contrast
G Detail Contrast
G Detail Levels
G Hyper Contrast
G Levels
G Simple Contrast
G Simple Curves
G Simple Levels
G Super Levels

Noise Reduction:
G Chroma Noise Reduction
G Spatial Noise Reduction
G Temporal Noise Reduction

Time Tools:
G 50 Percent
G Timelapse

TV Effects:
G Analogue
G Chroma Shift
G Digital
G Head Clog
G Resolution
G Roll
G Scratch
G Shift
G TV Lines

G Burn
G Directional Blur Dissolve
G Dissolve
G Glow Dissolve
G H and V Blur Dissolve
G Lens Flare Transition
G Long Dissolve
G Sharp Dissolve
G Spring

G Bars
G Countdown Master
G FBM Noise
G Fields and Frames
G Laser
G Lines
G Long Lines
G Random
G Video Strip




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