How to Use playheads to compare shots SpeedGrade


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Using playheads to compare shots

In this movie, I want to show you how you can use multiple playheads here inside of Adobe SpeedGrade to quickly and visually match shots together. Now of course every single Timeline inside of Adobe SpeedGrade has a default or master playhead and that's this guy right here with the yellow number 1 on it. However the issue with using a single playhead when it comes time to match shots together is that you can only see an individual shot at any given time. What I mean is that you can scrub through your Timeline and sort of get an idea of the flow of shots, you can also play through the shots of course, but at any given time you can only see one shot or one frame that is underneath the playhead up here in the monitor.

But by using multiple playheads, you can visually compare multiple places on your Timeline together for purposes of matching shots together. Let me go ahead and show you how this works. First I'm going to come down to my master playhead and simply position ...

Using playheads to compare shots
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Using playheads to compare shots 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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