Using secondary corrections to protect for Broadcast Safe


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Using secondary corrections to protect for Broadcast Safe

I would love to tell you that color correction is all glitz and glamor. Well, maybe it is if you are working on huge budget Hollywood film, but for most of us, the color correction that we do day in, day out is all about fixing problems. And one of those problems is making sure that footage adheres to broadcast standards. Broadcast-safe or Broadcast-legal standards are standards published by broadcasters and govern things like how bright or how dark things can be on screen. And in this movie I want to talk about using secondary color corrections to help us ensure broadcast legality. Why secondary? Well, sometimes you can't fix broadcast legality issues with primary color corrections without making the shot look, well, not so good.

This project contains a couple of shots that have already been balanced with a primary color correction but need some help with a secondary color correction to make them broadcast legal. Let's go ahead and take a look at this first shot. It looks okay, b...

Using secondary corrections to protect for Broadcast Safe
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Using secondary 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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