Just be aware of what you are doing if you choose to adjust color using the camera controls on the right side of SharpCap instead of or in addition to the color controls in the live stacking window. Remember the quote from the maker of SharpCap that Don quoted in one of his posts:
"My approach is to never touch the colour balance controls that come with the camera (leave them at their default settings or set them back to those if you have changed already). The problem is that for most cameras the colour balance is performed as a digital manipulation of the post ADC image data, meaning that it is somewhat destructive to image quality. I believe there are a few cameras where the colour balance controls actually are implemented through separate analogue gains for the R/G/B channels, which would be fine to use, but it is unclear which manufacturers or models work this way."
Also be aware that the effect of adjusting the live stacking color controls will not be reflected in the live stacking histogram, but they will be reflected in the small display histogram on the right side. So, if you try to manually align the color peaks using the live stacking color adjustments, you need to do it by examining the effect on the small display histogram on the right side.