Neutralizing a color cast


show more Neutralizing a color cast provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Robbie Carman as part of the Color Correction in Final Cut Pro X show less
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Neutralizing a color cast

Early in this chapter, we spent some time discussing contrast or exposure corrections in Final Cut Pro X. These types of corrections are ones that you'll use all the time, but you know what? It's called color correction after all, and in this movie we'll talk about color correcting the shots, specifically about neutralizing the color cast. And this project contains the clip that has an obvious problem. Well, an obvious problem at least to my eye. This clip appears to be too blue. Let me go ahead and open up the Video Scopes to verify this. I'll do that by pressing Command+7. And here in the Scopes Window let me click into the Settings menu and choose the display to Vectorscope. Then down here on the timeline, let me just make sure that the shot is active.

Here on the Vectorscope I can see most of this trace is pointed out between the cyan and blue targets, indicating that the shot is actually pretty blue. Another way that I can tell that the shot is blue is by clicking h...

Neutralizing a color cast
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Neutralizing a color cast provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Robbie Carman as part of the Color Correction in Final Cut Pro X

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Video
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Color Final Cut Pro
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