Tracking Color Corrections in Final Cut Pro X Sam Mestman from wemakemovies.com demonstrates how to track a color grade to a moving subject using 2 third-party plugins for Final Cut Pro X: Color Finale and Track X. Color Correction MacBreak Plugins Mark Spencer2020-03-03T20:03:40-07:00 If you liked this article, share it! FacebookTwitterEmail Related Posts Generative AI Part 1 and 2 Gallery Generative AI Part 1 and 2 RippleLIVE Episode 32 Gallery RippleLIVE Episode 32 Modifying mVFX Templates in Final Cut Pro Gallery Modifying mVFX Templates in Final Cut Pro 100K Celebration and Thank You Gallery 100K Celebration and Thank You Next Level Tracking in Final Cut Pro Gallery Next Level Tracking in Final Cut Pro 2 Comments Don Smith September 2, 2015 at 4:29 am Great tutorial. I’m trying to push it further though by using a Color Mask inside of SliceX with Color Finale. I can get the color mask to isolate a color but I can’t seem to get the Shape Mask to stop the color mask from applying to areas outside of the Shape Mask. Easy to do in the color board but that doesn’t having tracking. Heelheadover September 2, 2015 at 12:36 am Great nice guys. Really useful to have all these in one place. Comments are closed.