In this lesson our instructor talks about fixing color. First, he discusses the typical workflow, color effect, fixing exposure, and fixing color balance. Then he talks about creating a look and exporting to SpeedGrade.
You can do color correction within Adobe Premiere, or you can use Adobe Dynamic Link to bring your footage into Adobe SpeedGrade and do color correction there
Color Effects allow you to do many different types of color correction
You usually fix exposure first, then use the color balance so you are correcting the colors as they will end up in the final video
The Three-Way Color Corrector is now the most-used and most-versatile color correction effect in Adobe Premiere
Adjustment Layers allow you to apply effects on a separate track, without having to apply them directly to the target track
Exporting to Adobe SpeedGrade is done one of two ways:
Through an EDL (Edit Decision List)
Does not create an intermediate set of DPX files, just a tiny text .edl file
Through Adobe Dynamic Link
Creates DPX files which take up a lot of space (in the Terabyte range for a 90 minute movie!)
Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.
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