Contrast // Screen Capture

CLINT-DANBURY wrote on 9/15/2021, 3:36 AM

Is there a simple way for me to increase the contrast of screen captures ?

I'm using an app that creates a fake emulated screen, and the text is coming out a little bit sad.

You can still see that an "A" is an "A", but it's not the sharp clear stuff that I really want.

If brightening and darkening the white letters and black background, respectively, is possible, guide me to that knowledge.

 

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I'm using...

Movie Studio 18

Version: 18.1.0.24

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browj2 wrote on 9/15/2021, 7:09 AM

@CLINT-DANBURY

Hi Clint,

Without seeing the problem, I would suggest playing with Contrast - this will increase the highs and decrease the lows. Or, try Gamma - Highs - which will increase the brightness of mostly the highs (whites).

Unfortunately, you don't have the benefit of the scopes in MMS (or MEP) like in VPX, unless you happen to have New Blue ColorFast.

If you could post the image to Dropbox, then we could take a stab at it.

John CB

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