Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Maintaining broadcast-safe luminance, part of Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Terms and Technology (2014).
- Another area of broadcast safe concerns…you'll often hear expressed is the illuminance…or the overall brightness of the image.…Again, things have greatly changed on this front.…If you're working in an all-digital environment…and going to a tool like a non-linear editor,…you'll typically work with the full gamut…in the exposure range, going from the brightest bright…to the darkest dark.…This means a full value of 0 to 255.…On the other hand, if you're using…that live video environment or working with older…analog equipment, you might need to pre-process the files.…
Let's talk a little bit about contrast.…This particular RAW file, you'll see the…Highlights are quite bright.…If I click on those, I could drag to the left…to pull them down so they're not so overexposed.…In fact, I could do the same on the Highlights…to balance that out.…And as I start to pull in, some of that overexposure…in the image is fixed.…Notice, I'm just dragging the histogram to the left.…This is one of the flexibilities you have…when working with the RAW image,…
- When to use vector vs. raster graphics
- Working with high-dynamic-range images
- Choosing the right color space
- Understanding file extensions and file formats
- Maintaining broadcast-safe color and luminance levels
- Configuring Photoshop and Illustrator workspaces and preferences
- Using templates
- Building titles
- Sizing photos or logos
- Saving Photoshop and Illustrator files for video graphics
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1. Core Technology for Video Graphics
2. Broadcast-Safe Issues
3. Setting Up Photoshop for a Video Workflow
4. Setting Up Illustrator for a Video Workflow
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