A tool that colorizes your image's entire range of contrasts into two or three colors.

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  • Drag the uni.Multitone effect onto your clip.


  • Click the Choose a Preset button to see an animated preview of all the presets available. Double-click any preset to apply.
  • After modifying the effect, select Save a Preset... to save the modifications as a custom preset.

Modify the Effect

  • Color Scheme determines whether colors will focus on highlights and shadows (Duotone) or if a third color will be used for midtones (Tritone).
  • Highlight, Midtone, and Shadow provide swatches that control the hue for each range of contrast.
  • Set to 15 by default, the Contrast sets the overall intensity of the light and dark areas in the footage. Lower values makes the image more flat, while higher values will intensify the difference between the light and shadows.
  • The Midpoint adjusts the balance between Black and White points, which in turn affects what areas are considered Shadows, Midtones, and Highlights.