Using the RGB Parade to correct color casts


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Using the RGB Parade to correct color casts

Have you ever seen an image that looks just a little bit too blue, too red, too yellow? There are a number of reasons that a shot may exhibit a color cast. But fortunately, this is easily fixed by using color correction. In this movie, we'll take a look at how to use the RGB Parade to help remove a color cast. As we learned in the last lesson, the human eye is very perceptive to accurate whites and blacks. As you remember from the Y Waveform, the true value of video black is 16 and the true value of video white is 235.

Now because both white and black have no red, green, or blue values, they are called true neutral colors and should read at 16 and 235 across all three color channels of red, green, and blue. Let's take a look at how we measure this. I have the RGP Parade populated in my monitor, which again, I can load by clicking in this menu here. What we're looking at is the entire composite signal from left to right in the red, green, and blue channels.

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Using the RGB Parade to correct color casts
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Using the RGB Parade to correct color casts provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 5 Essential Training

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Media Composer
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