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In this course, author Robbie Carman details the principles of color grading in Final Cut Pro X, while explaining how to enhance and stylize footage. The course spells out the differences between primary and secondary corrections and demonstrates fixing problematic footage with contrast corrections and neutralizing color casts. The course also discusses secondary corrections with shape and color masks and explains how to make projects broadcast safe. Additional topics include evaluating clips using the video scopes, and how to create stylized looks.
Hi! I am Robbie Carman and welcome to Color Correction with Final Cut Pro X. In this course, we will explore the Color Correction tools that are available to you in Final Cut Pro X--including some new tools like Shape Mask, Automatic Color Balance, and Color Matching--that weren't available in previous versions of the application. We will also take a look at how to make primary corrections, that is, corrections that affect the entire clip, while at the same time using the video scopes in Final Cut Pro X to help us make informed corrections. We will also talk about secondary corrections, that is, corrections that target a specific portion of a clip.
We'll also discuss creating looks with primary and secondary corrections, and along the way, we'll talk about the issue of Broadcast Safe. Without further delay, let's jump right into Color Correction with Final Cut Pro X.
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