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April 4, 2013, 03:30 AM
If you're new to editing and looking for some free advice on how to best polish up your projects, then this round up of free color correction tutorials for FCPX, Premiere Pro and Avid Media Composer should help you get started.#fcpx#color correction#avid media composer#premiere pro cs6
December 21, 2012, 14:36 PM
In today’s tutorial we venture into the world of color correction for a quick tip on how to improve your talking head shots.#adobe#cs6#premiere pro#nle#color correction
December 12, 2012, 11:26 AM
The primary tool for color correction in FCP is the Color Board, which is accessed with the arrow button opposite Correction 1 in the Inspector (see Figure 11.7 ) or more simply with the keyboard shortcut Command-6 (see Figure 11.8 , also in the color section). You can close the Color Board with the same shortcut or with the arrow button in the upper left.#fcpx#final cut pro x#color correction
November 29, 2012, 08:22 AM
Want to learn how to create day for night effects using After Effects? In this episode of "5 Minute FX," you'll learn how to shoot during the day but turn it into a night scene using the magic of scale and placing, rotoscoping, and color correction in After Effects.#adobe#vfx#after effects#ae#tutorials#color correction#jitter#day for night#rotoscoping
November 28, 2012, 14:43 PM
Technicolor has released a USD99 color correction tool called CineStyle Color Assist. Says Vincent Laforet, "The beauty of this software is that it allows you to do only as much as you want, or need to. You can get quite far in terms of how far you push an image within this software – or you can do some very quick adjustments on set and send those over to your colorists with a sidecar file – if you're a DP on set for example. CineStyle Color Assist does all of this – but stops short of going...#color#colour#color correction#technicolor
November 5, 2012, 16:05 PM
(London, UK--November 5, 2012) Hotel Transylvania, Sony Pictures Animation's monster hit comedy that already broke records at the U.S. box office, went through final colour grading and stereo finishing in full 3D on Baselight. Completed at Colorworks, Sony Pictures Entertainment's digital intermediate facility, DI Colourist John Persichetti used Baselight to apply the finishing touches to the film prior to its worldwide release.#sony#3d#filmlight#color#baselight#colour#color correction#grade#hotel transylvania
October 29, 2012, 15:07 PM
Richard Harrington leads this free hour-long tutorial which goes through the basics of color correction using Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro and the Tiffen Dfx version 3 plug-in.#color#tutorial#colour#color correction#richard harrington#free
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