Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Initial white balance, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Multi-Camera Video Editing.
…One option you can consider when working with multi-camera source footage is to…apply an initial white balance.…Now, if you're using older versions of Premiere Pro,…you'll have to do your color correction at the end,…but the latest version of Premiere Pro adds the ability to use source effects.…This means you can apply a color corrector before you even edit,…which can be quite useful.…Let's load up a clip.…Now, in this case, I could use the slate for reference.…Or I could simply look for something within the scene to adjust the clip.…
With the clip loaded, I can go to Effects here and I'll type in Three-Way.…And drag the Three-Way Color Corrector on the source.…You'll notice under Effect Controls that it appears.…Now, you know that you have done this in a source monitor because this clip isn't yet…in a sequence.…This means it's a source effect.…You might find it useful to temporarily split that apart so…you can see things a bit easier.…Now, as I make adjustments to this clip, I could refine things.…Maybe I want to warm up the skin tones a little bit and cool down the shadows.…
- Importing files into Premiere Pro
- Using content analysis
- Modifying timecode
- Adding clips to a multicamera sequence
- Determining the sync point through timecode, audio, or other methods
- Syncing with PluralEyes
- Creating a multicamera workspace
- Editing and finishing the footage
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 02/13/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: determining the sync point, syncing with PluralEyes, and the Multi-camera Monitor panel.
Premiere Pro: Documentary Editingwith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
Color Correction: Artistic Color Grading on the Timelinewith Simon Walker2h 41m Appropriate for all
Color Correction: Color Grading for Locations and Times of Daywith Simon Walker2h 6m Appropriate for all
1. Multicamera Productions
2. Organizing and Preparing Media
3. Determine the Sync Point
4. Syncing with PluralEyes
5. The Multicamera Monitor Panel
6. Editing Multicamera Footage
Wrapping up1m 6s
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