Join Chad Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Using multiple monitors, part of Getting Started with SpeedGrade CS6.
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You might have noticed, as I'm working here in SpeedGrade, that this footage …doesn't quite line up perfectly. There's just not enough screen real …estate here. I can drag on this little divider here, …but even then, it's just It's not perfect. …There's still a lot of this footage that I'm not seeing on screen. …And I'm not even using the sides of my screen here. …So I'm seeing 75% of the image. I could take this down to maybe 50%. …I could hit this button so that it fills the space here, but again I'm only seeing …half, and I've got a lot of wasted space here.…
SpeedGrade really is designed to be used with two separate monitors, two separate screens. …So the way that we can change that if you have two monitors set up is by going to …the settings here. And then in the categories of Preferences …here we want to choose Display. Then all you have to do is check Enable …for Dual Display Output. Now I could see in my right hand side …here out of my corner of my eye that my monitor just lit up. …
- 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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