April 3, 2012, 02:55 PM
FilmLight's "Baselight for Final Cut Pro" is the company's first adventure into low-cost grading solutions following on from the likes of DaVinci Resolve and Scratch. It provides a large number of tools, adapted from the full Linux version of Baselight, including the software's interface, shapes, keys, mattes as well as all of their usual tool presets such as Film Grade, Video Grade, Six Vector etc.
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