Ginger HDR for After Effects is out!

John Hable did it! The first fully-fledged tonemapping plugin for After Effects is now available.

Watch this teaser trailer:

Go grab it right now from GingerHDR.com. Intro special until March 31 is $129, then it's $199. The Merger for fusing the frames captured with a Magic Lantern-hacked Canon is free for all.

Frankly, I think GingerHDR is pretty useful for any sort of look development in regular compositing, not just HDR. Just look at this sheer wealth of tone and color adjustments:

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Everything is fully explained a whole series of exceptionally clear tutorial videos. Well done, John, thank you so much! That plug-in certainly sets the bar high, kicking video tonemapping into the mainstream like a ninja!

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