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Color grading is something that editors do on a daily basis, and there are a few third party plug-in packs out there to address just this need. In this video review, Kevin P McAuliffe gives you an overview of GenArts new Sapphire Edge plug-in pack, and breaks down his likes and dislikes of this new entry into the Color Grading world.



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