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AutoFix Gamut Legalizer

 
AutoFix Gamut Legalizer (a separate product to AutoFix Audio Normalization) is available as a plug-in for Apple Final Cut Pro 6/7/X, with the ability to set limits for measurement and correction of gamut. Set color space then AutoFix will automatically legalize the file gamut as it is rendered.

AutoFix Correction is a series of tools for the automated correction of broadcast files on which you can rely in your production workflow to deliver the trust that your files are compliant and ready for distribution and playout.
 
 
 
Features
Color Gamut to EBU R103:
AutoFix Gamut Legalizer offers the ability to set limits for measurement and correction (and, by default, correct gamut using AutoFix) relative to EBU R103 in several methods: Percentage of legal limits, Millivolts (mV) and IRE (absolute value adjusted to 0-255).
 
Gamut Measurement:
AutoFix Gamut Legalizer enables you to can choose to measure gamut against ITU color standards BT.601 or BT.709, or define your own custom color space using the Y', Cb' and Cr' coefficients for the RGB components.
 
Safe Title/Area Overlays:
Safe Title/Action Area overlays are provided in the preview window for: NTSC 4:3 and 16:9 (525 line raster), PAL 4:3 and 16:9 (625 line raster) where applicable, overlays for 14:9 also provided, 720p, 1080p, 2k/Digital Cinema using the following SMPTE, ARIB, ITU and EBU standards.
 
Reporting:
Measurement and correction results are provided in an XML-based report, showing which frames are out of gamut, and if AutoFix is enabled, which color components were adjusted.