Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Round-tripping from Final Cut Pro to Color, part of Final Cut Studio: Round-Tripping.
So you made the decision to use Color for your correction and you took the time…to properly prep the sequence.…Now it's time to actually make the round-trip to Color. Let's do it.…Color can only take a full sequence.…So, start by selecting the sequence in the browser, File > Send To > Color.…By default, the project will have the name of the sequence.…That's going to be just fine for us.…You'll also notice that I don't have a choice as to where to save this.…
That's something we'll talk about more, because all of the default locations for…saving different types of files in Color are set in the preferences or on…launch, if you haven't launched the program before.…So now you see what I mean.…If you launched Color for the first time just now, you see this message about…choosing a media directory.…That's where all of the types of files that are mentioned here are stored.…That's your project files, your media files, and your render files.…By default, that location is in your Documents folder, Color Documents.…
- 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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