You cannot change the colour of pixels that register as RGB 255, 255, 255.
To completely over- simplify, there is nothing there to change.
Oops, I have no idea where that very old profile name of mine turned up from!
you absolutely can change whites in ANY 3-way color corrector.
if they were 255 across the board then it wouldn't need correction.
Some blue cast footage is showing blue whites that are not neutralizing as they should.
as they would in cs 5.5
Ah, I think you may mean highlights.
I have no problem removing colour casts from the highlights in CS6 3-way CC.
As I said in my over-simplified post earlier - above a certain range, they behave like specular highlights, making them too blown out to correct..
ah, mistyped, sorry.
how would you go about changing whites on a computer screen.
from incorrect bluish to white?
with the fcp three way cc, you would adjust the "highs" color wheel center to the opposite color of the
blue to make it white.
with cs 6 three way cc, that adjustment doesn't do anything.
if I use the mid wheel, it changes the blue to white, but also affects mid areas as it should.
why can't the highs wheel do it the way all other cc wheels work?
seems cs 6 three way cc works differently.
thanks for any suggestions you may have.