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Section 5: Editing

13. Color correcting

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Enough color correction for Novices

If your video comes out looking a bit red, we can fix that!

Step 1: Opening Color Controls

Start off your color correction journey by opening color controls. These can be typically found by clicking on a specific button or option on your software's interface.

Step 2: Adjusting Color Controls

You'll find quite a few options when it comes to adjusting color controls. You can play around with the saturation, brightness, and contrast based on your need. However, I generally advise making these adjustments sparingly just to enhance the overall look of your footage without making it look unnatural.

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