We've reach the end of Up and Running with Adobe SpeedGrade. And I want to thank you for joining me on this exploration of the essential features of this powerful color correction and grading application. In this title, we touched on many key aspects of Adobe SpeedGrade, but SpeedGrade is a deep and robust application with a plethora of more features then we were able to explore in this title. So in your own projects keep exploring all that SpeedGrade has to offer. I did want to leave you though with a few additional resources that I think that you might find useful. First, is the official Adobe SpeedGrade forum on the Adobe website. This forum is great especially since quite a few of the SpeedGrade development team monitor the forum, answer questions, and give feedback.
Creative COW also has an Adobe SpeedGrade forum which is very active and if you are like lot of folks you probably use the Creative COW forums on a daily basis. So it's nice that they now have an Adobe SpeedGrade forum to ask questions and to get answers from users around the world. Finally, no application is perfect, so if you do discover a bug or have an idea on how to really improve SpeedGrade, let Adobe know. By visiting the Feature Request/Bug Report Form on the Adobe site you can give Adobe valuable feedback about SpeedGrade and other Adobe tools.
So once again thanks for joining for Up and Running with Adobe SpeedGrade. I'm Robbie Carman.
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