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Color 1.5 New Features shows the power of this upgraded, high-end color-correction and grading tool. Colorist, author, and Apple Certified Trainer Robbie Carman highlights improved workflows and new features of Color 1.5. Robbie covers improvements like updated user interface elements, better Final Cut Pro to Color round-tripping, new grade management features, the ability to work with RED 4K files, and enhanced digital intermediate workflows and conforming.
(Music playing.) Hi! I'm Robbie Carman and welcome to Apple Color 1.5 New Features. With its introduction a few years ago, Color quickly became a powerful force in the world of color correction and grading. Now in version 1.5 Color has improved features and workflow support that continue to make it a valuable tool for high-end color grading. In this title, we'll explore new features in Color 1.5 and workflow enhancements that will help you. We will explore major improvements like the ability to work in 4K resolution in Apple ProRes 4x4.
Final Cut Pro to Color round-tripping has also been dramatically improved. Along the way, we'll take a look at interface improvements that make Color 1.5 a solid update to an already powerful application. In this title, we have assumed you know the basics of Color. If you would like to learn Color from the ground up be sure to check out Color Essential Training on the lynda.com Online Training Library. As a working colorist, author and trainer, I'm glad to have this chance to show you how the program has grown. So let's jump in the Color 1.5 New Features.
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