SpeedGrade Basics: Use Automatic Scene Detection


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Using automatic scene detection

In this movie, I want to show you a magic trick. Okay well, I might be exaggerating just a touch, but I think that automatic scene detection, which we will talk about in this movie, is a very powerful and useful feature inside Adobe SpeedGrade. Now what do I mean by automatic scene detection? Well, sometimes you'll be delivered a single self-contained movie file and because it's a self-contained file, all the constituent clips are not available for you to color correct and grade, like they would be say, if you had a Adobe Premiere Pro project, or if you had a folder of clips that you want to conform with an EDL.

Both of which, by the way, we'll talk about later in this chapter. So in the case of a single self-contained file I guess you could color correct it and grade it by key framing corrections throughout the entire length of the shot, but that would be a giant pain. So a better way of working with a self-contained file is to cut it up into its constituent clip...

Using automatic scene detection
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Using automatic scene detection 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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