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Use the Home app on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

to Network, tap Allow. With the camera on your iOS device, scan the eight-digit HomeKit code, or QR code on the accessory or accessory documentation. If you have an iPhone 7 or later with iOS 11 and see on your accessory, hold your iPhone near the accessory to add it. Add information about your accessory. Tap Next, then tap Done. Some accessories, like Phillips Hue lighting and Honeywell thermostats, require additional setup with the manufacturer's app., Edit details about your accessories, like...

Motion: Hue/Saturation

Topic covers the Hue /Saturation filter.

Final Cut Pro X: Use the hue and saturation curves

The hue and saturation curves provide the maximum control and precision for color correction.

Q: Hue Bridge 2.0 HomeKit Problem

hello,   the same problem with my new hue bridge2.0. already tried everything , iCloud reset or a keychain off/on. error another user has already enabled the HomeKit bridge paired or icloud sync wait a few minutes :-((  ...

Q: time zone for Home app using Philips Hue the Square version .

Daylight savings is set right for my time zone.   I think Hue might have just added an update to include location so even though the time is right, zone is right, Daylight savings is right - being that I'm way up north and the sun sets at 4:34 pm today and rises at 8:01 am, the time would be right, but the sun wasn't where Hue thought it was.  I think it's OK now.  I either have to use the location on Hue or set the times which I would have to change weekly. ...

Q: HomeKit enabled Philips hue bridge not found

I Just got the new HomeKit enabled Philips hue bridge and when I try to set up Siri voice control it gives me a message that says " unfortunately your HomeKit enabled bridge was not found. Make sure the bridge is powered on and correctly connected to your router."  I have searched the Internet for this and can't find an answer. I bought the starter pack directly from apple...

Use color correction tools in Final Cut Pro X 10.4

For maximum control and precision for color correcting your project, use the Hue /Saturation Curves. With the Hue /Saturation Curves, you can adjust the hue , saturation, and brightness of any color in your project using the eyedropper. You can also adjust the saturation for a range of brightness or a range of saturation in a clip. To get started, select a clip in the timeline, and position the playhead so the clip appears in the viewer. Click the pop-up menu at the top of the Color inspector...

Final Cut Pro X: Touch Bar shortcuts

below. 3D Text Enable or disable 3D text. See Convert 2D text to and from 3D. Text Color Display the text color controls, including controls for adjusting hue , brightness, and saturation (available for 2D text only). See Text color, below. Text alignment and appearance These controls appear in the Touch Bar when you tap the Text Appearance button in the text editing controls. Use these controls to adjust the alignment, style, and appearance of text selected in the viewer. Item Name Description Close...

Final Cut Pro X: Glossary

ultra-high-resolution audio recording, editing, and playback. chroma The color information contained in a video signal, consisting of hue , which represents the color itself, and saturation, which represents the intensity of the color. chroma key A special effects technique that allows you to derive an alpha channel or matte from the blue or green background of a video clip in order to make it transparent (so that it can be composited against other clips). Blue- or green-screen technology...

Final Cut Pro X: Use chroma keys

mode, described below.) The graphical Chroma and Luma controls provide a detailed way of refining the range of hue , saturation, and image lightness that define the keyed matte. Matte Tools: These controls are for refining the transparency matte generated by the previous sets of parameters. These parameters don’t alter the range of values sampled to create the keyed matte. Instead, they alter the matte generated by the Keyer effect’s basic and advanced controls, letting you shrink, expand, soften...

Aperture 3.x: Glossary

CCD) A type of digital image sensor that records the pixel information row by row. See also complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS), digital image sensor. Chromatic Aberration adjustment An adjustment in Aperture that corrects chromatic aberration, produced by certain lenses when the photo was shot. Some lenses refract light at specific focal lengths, resulting in a rainbow effect in the image. See also adjustment, image, light. chromatic spread The extent of colors affected by the Hue ...

Motion: Keyer filter controls

controls in Manual mode.) The graphical Chroma and Luma controls in the Color Selection group provide a detailed way of refining the range of hue , saturation, and image lightness that define the keyed matte. Before you adjust these controls, the graphs in the Chroma and Luma controls represent ranges of color and luma in the image that have been automatically and manually sampled (using the Refine Key tools and the Strength slider). The Color Selection group contains the following controls: Graph: Two...

Motion: Touch Bar shortcuts

and Appearance Activates controls for text alignment, style, and appearance. See Text alignment and appearance, below. Text Size Activates a slider for text size. See Text size, below. Text Kerning Activates a slider for text kerning. See Text kerning, below. 3D Text Switches the selected text from 2D to 3D (and vice versa). Text Color Activates color picker, hue , brightness, and saturation controls. See Text color, below. Note: To affect text color, the Fill With parameter must be set to Color...

Compressor: About wide color gamut and HDR

industry standard called Rec. 709. Rec. 709 devices (and the video content created for display on them) have standard-gamut color, the constrained color palette you see whenever you view a broadcast HDTV show, DVD, or Blu-ray disc. A more recent generation of displays—including 4K televisions and computer displays, newer Mac and iOS devices, and Apple TV 4K—can render a much wider palette of colors. These wide-gamut color devices display hues that are more vivid and lifelike (in addition to all...

Final Cut Pro X release notes

with integrated sliders to adjust hue , saturation, and brightness Color curves enable ultra-fine adjustments using multiple control points to change color and contrast Hue /saturation curves let you select a specific hue or brightness level to make adjustments while leaving other parts of the image unchanged Use the eye dropper in the color and hue /saturation curves to quickly sample parts of an image for adjustment Balance Color command includes an eye dropper for manual white balance Apply custom LUTs...

Motion: Spill Suppression filter controls

the Spill Suppression filter lets you deal with this problem by manually choosing the color to be neutralized. After you apply a Spill Suppression filter, you can adjust its controls in the Filters Inspector: Color: A color control to sample the color to suppress. Click the color well and choose a hue from the Colors window, or use the eyedropper to sample a color in the canvas. Level: A slider to adjust the amount of spill removal applied to the keyed image. Tip: Green screen clips typically benefit...

Final Cut Pro X: Use the color wheels

under tungsten conditions, set the value between 2500 and 2900 degrees kelvin to white-balance it. Tint: Fine-tune the white-balance adjustment by neutralizing a remaining green or magenta tint. Drag the Tint slider to the left to add a green tint to the image, or to the right to add a magenta tint. Hue : Use the Hue control or value slider to set a value from 0° to 360°, effectively rotating all hues in the image around the perimeter of the color wheel. A value of 0° represents the original image...

Final Cut Pro X: Add a color correction

Correction section of the menu. Add a color correction effect from the Color category of the Effects browser. The color correction effects are: Color Board Color Wheels Color Curves Hue /Saturation Curves Tip: If you frequently add a particular color correction effect, you can speed up your workflow by setting it as the default color correction. Then just select a timeline clip and press Command-6 to start adjusting the effect in the Color inspector. The color correction effect is applied to the clip...

Final Cut Pro X: Vectorscope display options

Vectorscope display options The vectorscope shows the distribution of color in your image on a circular scale. The color in your video is represented by a series of connected points that fall somewhere within this scale. The angle around the scale represents the hue displayed, with targets indicating the primary colors of red, green, and blue and the secondary colors of yellow, cyan, and magenta. The distance from the center of the scale to the outer ring represents the saturation of the color...

Motion: Pull a key with the Keyer filter

control to alter the range of hue and saturation contributing to the matte’s edge softness (transparency around the edges of the key). Note: In Scrub Boxes mode, you can also drag the two lower handles of the Luma control to alter the range of lightness and darkness contributing to the matte’s edge softness. In Manual mode, drag any side of the outer graph in the Chroma control to alter the range of hue and saturation contributing to the matte’s edge softness. Drag any side of the inner graph to alter...

Compressor: Glossary

modulation (LPCM) audio data. wide color gamut A video color space capable of reproducing a broader palette of colors than traditional standard-gamut color spaces. Recent display devices—including 4K televisions and computer monitors, newer Mac and iOS devices, and Apple TV 4K (when connected to a wide-gamut television)—can render more vivid and lifelike hues (in addition to all the hues that standard-gamut devices can display). Accordingly, the video industry has adopted a wide-gamut color standard...

Final Cut Pro X: Wide color gamut and HDR overview

whenever you view a broadcast HDTV show, DVD, or Blu-ray disc. A more recent generation of displays—including 4K televisions and computer displays, newer Mac and iOS devices, and Apple TV 4K—can render a much wider palette of colors. These wide-gamut color devices display more vivid and lifelike hues (in addition to all the hues that standard-gamut devices can display). Accordingly, the video industry has adopted a wide-gamut color standard called Rec. 2020. Although most currently available wide-gamut...

Final Cut Pro X: Color correction effects overview

The main tools for manually correcting color are the Color Board, the color wheels, the color curves, and the hue and saturation curves....

macOS Sierra: Use the Touch Bar

of text or objects, you can use the Touch Bar to select a color and adjust color values such as hue , saturation, and brightness. Select a color: Touch and hold , then slide your finger to the color you want to use. To see darker and lighter shades, keep your finger on the color. Change color values: Tap the button to switch to the color values, tap a slider, then slide your finger until you see the hue , saturation, or brightness you want to use. Hide colors or the color values: Tap in the Touch Bar...

Aperture 2 - Technical Specifications

without using extra disk space Tweak RAW Decode setting using fine-tuning controls: Boost (reduce or increase image contrast) Hue Boost Sharpening Moire Auto Noise Compensation Save individual adjustments as Adjustment Presets and apply them whenever needed Choose the version of the RAW decode on an image-by-image basis to produce the best-quality images Use the Color Meter to sample pixel values in RGB, CMYK, or LAB anywhere in an image; display in HSB ( hue , saturation, brightness) or HSL ( hue ...

Motion: Appearance preferences

of the current pointer position. Frame rate (only during playback): A checkbox that enables display of playback frame rate. Nothing is displayed unless the project is playing. Display Color As: A pop-up menu that sets the style of color data display (when the Color checkbox is selected). Choose one of the following: RGB: Displays the red, green, blue, and alpha values of each pixel. RGB (Percent): Displays the red, green, blue, and alpha values of each pixel in percentages. HSV: Displays the color as hue ...

Final Cut Pro X: Pick a color in the pop-up color palette

Pick a color in the pop-up color palette Use the pop-up color palette to select a color from the spectrum of hues , saturation, and lightness. You can also select a grayscale value. Control-click a color well or click the adjacent downward arrow, then do any of the following: Click in the top area to select a color from the spectrum of hues , saturation, and lightness. Click in the bottom gradient to select a grayscale value. As you move the pointer over either area, the pointer becomes...

Motion: About creating 360° templates for Final Cut Pro

and 360°-compatible generators. Effects that use pixel transforms, such as the Kaleidoscope filter, may create seams, unwanted distortions, or other artifacts in your template. The Hue /Saturation filter, for example, works seamlessly because the filter uses no pixel transforms. A Gaussian Blur filter works correctly—provided its 360° Aware checkbox is selected. For more information, see Add 360° filters and generators. Although Motion currently supports only monoscopic 360° video, you can create...

Motion: Finish controls

this control to add a hue (or pattern) that colors the reflection as if the material were made of that color or pattern. For example, adding an orange specular color causes reflections to have an orange hue , as if the 3D text object were made of copper. Surface Blend: A slider (available when Specular Color is set to From Surface) to adjust the amount of the underlying color blended into the highlights. Color: A color control (available when Specular Color is set to Solid Color) to set the Specular color...

Final Cut Pro X: Finish controls

to add a hue (or pattern) that colors the reflection as if the material were made of that color or pattern. For example, adding an orange specular color causes reflections to have an orange hue , as if the 3D title were made of copper. Surface Blend: A slider (available when Specular Color is set to From Surface) to adjust the amount of the underlying color blended into the highlights. Color: A control (available when Specular Color is set to Solid Color) to set the color of reflections to a color...

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