Join Patrick Inhofer for an in-depth discussion in this video Tracking masks and using the keyframing controls, part of Up and Running with SpeedGrade CC.
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In this movie, we're going to pick up from…where we left off on the movie about masks.…And what we're going to do is talk about how we can track a mask.…Why would we want to track a mask?…Well it's pretty obvious, if we take a look at this shot,…and reveal the mask here and I hit Play.…I'm going to double-click on this clip, sets the…in and out points I can loop through.…The shot's locked off, so that mask isn't revealed.…The mask is very stylized, it looks great.…I've got two masks on here, the one on the window as well, looks great.…
But let's move two shots down on this timeline.…I'm going to Cmd+ right arrow,…two shots down.…And I'm going to play this shot down and loops through…it, and decide what I want to do with this image.…We're kind of grading in passes now, and I think the next thing I…want to do is isolate her face and brighten her up a little bit.…Yeah, it's a very kind of moody contrasty shot, but I think I…really do want to bring out her natural beauty a little bit more.…And that means, I have got to dig into her face,…
This course was created by Patrick Inhofer and produced by Robbie Carman. We are honored to host this content in our library.
- Understanding the interface and reading scopes
- Getting clips and projects into SpeedGrade
- Understanding the 3-way controls
- Making contrast and color corrections
- Pulling HSL keys
- Making secondary corrections and using custom look layers
- Tracking masks to objects
- Matching shots
- Rendering footage
- Moving timelines between Premiere Pro and SpeedGrade