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Looking for some simple colour grading software.

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So I can use dlog. I do not want to create any projects what so ever. No text overlay, effects, music, blend other videos none. Ever!
I just want to shoot a video, load it into some simple software then play around with tones, shadows, colour, maybe enhance it. Then just save it and show my friends that video. That's it!

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Davinci Resolve 15 is free. It is the same software used by major motion picture companies for color grading. It has a bit of a learning curve... and regardless of the tools you have, color grading is an art form.
 
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Davinci Resolve 15 is free. It is the same software used by major motion picture companies for color grading. It has a bit of a learning curve... and regardless of the tools you have, color grading is an art form.
I downloaded DaVinci a few days ago. A bit of a learning curve is an understatement ! I am looking for a simple colour grader. I have looked at a few like DaVinci and in all honesty, I'd rather be out flying the Mavic taking footage or on the bike, sled, boat taking footage with my Hero Black 7 than spending the time learning all the power of those editors. 96.56% of those editors have stuff I'll never use. It's seems like I'm looking for something that doesn't exist. I got LumaFusion and farted around with that for a bit. It's seems a bit like what I'm looking for

I basically want to shoot some video, copy it to my iPad Pro and MAYBE spend 5 minutes adjusting it before I airplay it over to my Apple TV to watch on the big screen. Done. I'm looking for Post Slight Adjustment vs Post Production!
 

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