Join Chad Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the interface, part of Getting Started with SpeedGrade CS6.
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In this tutorial, we're going to take a look at the interface in SpeedGrade. …If you're used to Adobe applications, you know that the interface is pretty standard. …Even from Photoshop to something like Premiere, the interface is similar enough …that you can kind of tell what's going on. …But SpeedGrade, being a newly acquired app, is a little inconsistent with that, …and maybe a little foreign to get used to. …So, we're just going to look at the interface here. …And when you first start out, you're presented with a Browser View, and this …is called the Desktop. And everything above this line here, …actually above this little navigation timeline is that little Desktop View …that's used for browsing for files. Now, I have here this folder called …Scarlet Test. You won't have this cuz this is a huge …folder, many, many gigabytes. So, you won't have this, so feel free to …use any footage you have on your computer in lieu of this.…
But I want to show you what it looks like on my computer, cuz basically this …
- What is SpeedGrade?
- Understanding the interface and workflow
- Saving projects
- Rendering from SpeedGrade
- Working with footage
- Grading basics
- Blending grades
- Using looks
- Masking footage
- Fixing problem shots
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Trainingwith Abba Shapiro6h 59m Beginner
1. Getting Started with SpeedGrade
2. Exploring the Basics
3. Working with Footage
4. Grading Basics
Using a trackball2m 3s
5. Going Deeper
6. Using Looks
7. Masking Footage
8. SpeedGrade in Action
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