Added Color Grading functionality.
Color grading is a technique used in video production to adjust the colors and tones of a video to create a specific look or mood. It involves altering the brightness, contrast, saturation, and color balance of a video to achieve a desired effect. Color grading can be used to make a video look more cinematic, improve the overall image quality, or simply correct any issues with the colors in the video.
While color grading has traditionally been used in post-production, it can also be used in real-time during video calls. With the rise of remote work and virtual meetings, video calls have become an essential tool for communication, and the ability to adjust colors in real-time can improve the overall quality of the video.
In video calls, color grading can be used to improve the lighting and color balance of the video feed. For example, if the lighting in the room is poor, color grading can help to adjust the colors and tones to make the video look more natural and professional. It can also be used to enhance the mood and tone of the video, making it more engaging and immersive.
Another application of color grading in video calls is to adjust skin tones. Skin tones can be difficult to capture accurately on camera, and often appear too warm or cool. Color grading can help to adjust the skin tones to make them look more natural and flattering, improving the overall appearance of the video.
Color grading can be implemented in video call applications using a variety of techniques, such as image processing algorithms or machine learning models. Some video call applications may also offer built-in color grading tools that allow users to adjust the colors in real-time during the call.
In conclusion, color grading is a powerful technique that can improve the quality of video calls and make them more engaging and professional. By adjusting the colors and tones of a video in real-time, color grading can enhance the overall appearance of the video and create a more immersive experience for users.
Introduced Flutter Integration (Web platform + flutter_webrtc).
Flutter is a mobile app development framework created by Google that uses the Dart programming language. It allows developers to build high-performance, cross-platform apps for iOS, Android, Win, macOS and even Web. Flutter has become increasingly popular for video call applications due to its fast development time, customizable UI, and powerful performance.
Flutter also provides a customizable UI toolkit, which allows developers to create unique and engaging user interfaces for video call applications. This is important for creating a user-friendly interface that is easy to navigate and provides a seamless video call experience.
Another advantage of Flutter is its performance. It uses a rendering engine that provides high-performance graphics and animations, nativle optimized on the running platform, that require real-time video and audio processing. This allows for a smooth and seamless video call experience, even on lower-end devices.
In addition, Flutter has a large and active community of developers who contribute to the framework and provide support through forums and online resources. This makes it easier for developers to find solutions to problems and stay up-to-date with the latest features and trends in mobile app development.
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