There are several camera formats on the market that record video with a lot of color information. This helps in the color correction process, because then you have more to work with. In this video, author Nick Harauz explains what you need to do in Apple Final Cut Pro X to work with files that have a wide color gamut library.
- With the multitude of high dynamic televisions…coming to market, as well as the demand for content,…comes the need to have smooth workflows…for working with HDR in a post application.…Final Cut Pro allows us to work with HDR footage…and our journey begins at the library level.…This will allow us to work with HDR projects…with the proper footage and a dedicated HDR monitor.…So we're here in chapter 6.2…and there is no exercise file for this chapter.…
So I'm actually on the web right now…and I did a google search for HDR Final Cut Pro 10,…and there's a white paper available…that talks all about HDR workflows…that you guys should check out.…Now to give you some of the basics, for the longest time,…cameras have been able to record a high dynamic range image…or higher than Rec 709,…and the problem is…your monitors and screens have not been able to show this…high dynamic range image.…
If you look here, this is kind of a color chart,…the outmost region represents the human eye.…The inner most region represents the Rec 709 workspace.…
Note: This version covers the October 2018 update to Final Cut Pro X, including new features such as the comparison view, auditions, compound clips, Photoshop LUTs, exporting to Resolve, and more.
- Using and customizing a color correction workspace
- Making basic corrections
- Previewing adjustments with auditions
- Fixing white balance
- Color matching shots
- Adjusting curves
- Creating a secondary color selection
- Combining shape and color masks
- Applying creative looks with color correction presets
- Creating lookup tables (LUTs) in Photoshop
- Applying filmic looks and effects
- Working with HDR video
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Evaluating and Adjusting Images
2. Making Basic Corrections
3. Working with Curves
Adjusting curves7m 51s
4. Making Secondary Corrections
5. Making Creative Corrections
6. Working with Raw Video
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