Join Chad Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the workflow, part of Getting Started with SpeedGrade CS6.
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We're now going to look a little bit at the workflow with SpeedGrade. …And by that, I mean two different things. We're going to look a little bit at the …workflow within SpeedGrade itself, and we're also going to look at the workflow …where SpeedGrade might fit in, in your overall video workflow. …So, we've talked about before, we can import footage from the Desktop View. …And then, we work on it and we grade it and we work our magic on it. …And then, we go to Output. And then, we set up our output settings, …and then we render the output from SpeedGrade.…
So, that's as simple as it gets when it comes to working within SpeedGrade as far …as the workflow in the application goes. Now, when you do color grading, there's …pretty much two places in the pipeline you do color grading. …When you first bring in footage into SpeedGrade, you can do a Basic Color Correction. …This is called a First Light Color Correction. …And the reason why we do that is because sometimes when we have producers working …
- 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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