Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Refining Final Cut Pro three-way corrections in Color, part of Final Cut Studio: Round-Tripping.
So, how do you like my Color Correction work?…Yeah, it's pretty silly, but I just set this up to demonstrate something that's…actually pretty important.…You may have heard me mention a few times that certain filters get "interpreted…by color" and that one of these is the 3-way Color Corrector.…So I set this demonstration up to really unpack that issue. How is the 3-way…Color Corrector "interpreted by color"?…And I think you'll find the results of this experiment really kind of interesting.…
So let's see how it works.…The way I got this funky looking image is with a 3-way Color Corrector in Final…Cut Pro, and I did something just for an academic reason.…I pinned whites, mids and blacks to the primary colors.…Whites to blue, mids to red, and blacks to green. That's how I got this crazy…duatone looking image.…Okay, that's all well and good.…You wouldn't do this unless it was for some special effect, but let's see what…happens when we take it to Color.…
Interesting, huh?…That looks pretty different, doesn't it?…
- Using audio from Final Cut Pro in Motion or Soundtrack Pro
- Enhancing motion effects made in Final Cut Pro in Motion
- Working with a multitrack project
- Matching EQ levels with Soundtrack Pro
- Refining Final Cut Pro 3-way corrections in Color
- Preparing the timeline for Color
- Reconforming projects
- Sending a sequence to Compressor for output
- Transcoding for DSLR and other workflows
- Automating compression
- Using the Final Cut Pro to Compressor to DVD Studio Pro workflow
- Making a still menu
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Motion Round Trips
2. Soundtrack Pro Round Trips
3. Color Round Trips
4. Compressor Workflows
5. DVD Studio Pro Workflows
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