Copy corrections from shot to shot SpeedGrade


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Copying corrections from shot to shot

In this movie, I want to show you an easy way to copy a grade from one shot to another shot by using keyboard shortcuts. During the course a project you'll have shots that you want to have match, and one way to have these shots match is by copying grades that you've developed from one shot to another shot, to at least getting the ballpark of the look that you've developed. You can then go in refine the actual individual corrections that make up that grade on an individual shot. But the first step is copying a grade from one shot to another shot, so you at least have some consistency through your program. And in the Timeline I have a shot that has pretty stylized look on it. It's kind of a bleach bypass type look.

Well this second shot doesn't have that look on it at all. So what I want to go ahead and do is copy the look from this first shot to this second shot. Okay, so the first thing I need to do is tell Adobe SpeedGrade from which direction on the Timel...

Copying corrections from shot to shot
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Copying corrections from shot to shot provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Robbie Carman as part of the Up and Running with SpeedGrade

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