The videos we see on GoPro's website and in-store displays is gorgeous - bright, crisp, and super vibrant. The video I actually been getting with GoPro Hero 3+? Less exciting. It's definitely is sharp and nice HD quality, but it has almost a desaturated look, with the colors muted and a little washed out. I typically tend to record in 1080p with 48/60fps super view mode. Given these differences, I am assuming their website and in-store display video has had some liberal video editing applied, which is fine, except... I can't figure out how to get the same results! If it was a photo and I was using Photoshop to get it pretty close, but I can't seem to get anywhere close on videos. The controls seem kind of limited in what they do. Brightness seems to wash everything out instead of just increasing the highlights. Contrast, I am not sure what's going on - moving it definitely has an effect but I have to find an effect that actually improves anything. So, am I pretty much stuck with those three options, or is there a video effect in the library that gives better results? Is there a 3rd party tool? I tried using Protune preset as well. It improves the video quality a little bit but not by much. Here's some details, if it matters Using Hero 3+ Black I know the GoPro's don't do that well in dim light, but footage is shot in broad daylight Using 1080p superview mode Using GoPro recommended (from their website) Class 10 Lexar micro-SD card.