Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Color Finale for traditional color correction, part of Final Cut Pro X Weekly.
- [Jeff] Welcome to Final Cut Pro 10 Weekly,…I'm Jeff, Nick's not here this week,…and we're going to talk about Color Finale.…Color Finale for me,…is this third party plugin for Final Cut 10.…It gives me all the comfortable color correction controls…that I'm used to.…Curves, three way, and we're going to talk…just in here a little bit of a bonus…about the Tangent Ripple.…This is Color Finale's website.…It runs 99 and 149 for the pro version.…I think the pro version is the one you want.…
Layer based grading, it gives you…conventional telecine controls, wow.…Three way color corrector curves.…It handles LUTs way way way deeper…than Final Cut 10 does.…In the pro version, which is the one I'd recommend,…has full ACES workflow.…That's the academy color encoding system.…Don't even worry about it…unless you get into HDR color correction.…The full version drives a Tangent Ripple.…And for that extra $50,…having that for your future is really useful.…The key things we're going to talk about…is we're going to see how it implements wheels and curves.…
- Maximizing your color board
- Mastering speed effects
- Working with Compressor
- Learning helpful keyboard shortcuts
- Uploading videos to the web
- Setting up workspaces
Skill Level Intermediate
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