Sending a Final Cut Pro sequence to Color for grading


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Sending a Final Cut Pro sequence to Color for grading

Tools like Final Cut Pro's Color Corrector 3 Way help make simple global changes to the look of your video. But to professionally grade your edited sequences for final delivery, you'll want to send them to Color. Color's dedicated primary and secondary grading tools expand well beyond Final Cut Pro's filters to give you complete control over the final look of your movie. Final Cut Studio offers a complete round-trip solution for grading in color. But before you send your sequence to Color, there are a few things you need to know.

First of all any color corrections you have created using the Color Corrector 3 Way will be converted to primary color corrections in Color. But avoid using any other color correction filters in Final Cut Pro since they will be ignored. Also, make sure you only use one instance of the Color Corrector 3 Way on any given clip. Filters applied to your clips in Final Cut Pro like this Light Rays effect will be ignored by Color, but it will be re-appli...

Sending a Final Cut Pro sequence to Color for grading
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Sending a Final Cut Pro sequence to Color for grading provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Damian Allen as part of the Final Cut Studio Overview

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Video
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Final Cut Studio
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