Join Patrick Inhofer for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Snapshot Browser, part of Up and Running with SpeedGrade CC.
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One of the most fundamental tasks of any colorist is to match shots.…And here in SpeedGrade CC we have several different ways of doing that.…In this movie we're going to take a look at the snapshot browser.…Which essentially allows us to take a still image of any shot,…and then pull it up and compare it to any other shot.…To get us going, we're going to pick up…with where we left off, with this Chris Jane…music video, which is 06_06_Jane_end. And what I want to do is compare this…wide shot to the first medium close up. Which is shot number one here.…
And I'm going to double-click on this shot and hit Play so it loops through…this shot and I'm looking for a moment when her eyes are looking at camera.…I'm going to click the home button here because that is actually…a great place to save off a still for comparison.…And to save off that still I come over…here and I press this little camera icon except…I'm not going to press it quite yet because I…need to show you first where we're storing these snapshots.…
If it isn't already in view which it isn't on my screen right now.…
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