- While this course is perfect for video editors, many other folks will also benefit. If you work with video editors, such as in a role like a colorist, you'll find that this class will help you improve collaboration. You'll see what sort of formats come into Premiere Pro and how to use applications like SpeedGrade or Resolve with the Premiere Pro editor. We'll also focus on things that are helpful for directors and producers, like how to deal with footage that's shot in a log format and quickly get it reprocessed when sharing with a client or needing to quickly preview with a camera LUT.
This course is gonna help all folks involved in both production and post-production pipelines. Now our home base for this course is going to be Adobe Premiere Pro, and as long as you're using one of the recent versions, most features will be easy to follow along with. I'm using one of the latest versions that adds secondary color correction, but we'll only get into that later on in the course. For the most part, if you're using any recent version of Premiere Pro Creative Cloud, you should be able to follow along and take advantage of working with look files or look up tables.
- What is a lookup table?
- Applying corrective LUTs
- Applying LUTs for style
- Creating custom LUTs
- Working with LUTs in cross-application workflows
- Managing your LUT library and presets