Analyzing footage for problems


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Analyzing footage for problems

Color Correction is an essential part of the postproduction process. Now in order to effectively color correct a scene, taking it through all of the steps, you need two main things in order to do it right. First, you need your eyes to determine what you need to do. Second, you need a series of video scopes in order to measure the Luma or light and dark values of an image, as well as the Chroma or color values of the image. In this movie we'll take a look at the first part of this process, where we analyze footage with our eyes.

So I'm going to go into 10.1. Okay, so in order to get an idea of the process I'm going to take a look at a couple of images from Farm to Table, and we're going to focus on the first part of the color correction process, which is correcting individual images in regard to contrast, color balance, and saturation. So this image of BD certainly has some issues, let's just go through a list of basic questions and get an idea for what might be wrong with it. Fi...

Analyzing footage for problems
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Analyzing footage for problems provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9 Essential Training

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Video
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Final Cut Pro
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