Using primary corrections to protect for Broadcast Safe


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Using primary corrections to protect for Broadcast Safe

If you're on a broadcast workflow, or even if you're just trying to make your footage look its best, broadcast legality should be a big concern of yours. What Broadcast Safe really means is that the video signal, both Luma, Chroma, and other measurements, meet a broadcaster's specific requirements. The first line of defense in creating a broadcast-legal shot is by using a primary correction, or a correction that affects the entire shot. That's what we're going to talk about in this movie. But, we'll also take a look at using the Broadcast Safe effect here in Final Cut Pro X. Let's take a look at this first shot here in the Timeline. I'll skim through it and you can tell that it looks all right. Let's verify what's going on with the video signal by opening up the Videoscopes.

To open up the scopes, I'll use the keyboard shortcut Command+7. Then up here in the Scopes window, let me click into the Settings menu and choose to display the Waveform...

Using primary corrections to protect for Broadcast Safe
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Using primary corrections to protect for Broadcast Safe 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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