Join Patrick Inhofer for an in-depth discussion in this video What's new in 7.2, part of Up and Running with SpeedGrade CC.
In this movie, I'd like to take a moment to talk about the new SpeedGrade CC 7.2 update. This update has a bunch of bug fixes. These things run anywhere from some problems with flickering on output monitors, some key framing problems, some problems when masking. It also includes brand new codec support for Sony RAW for those you who have been waiting for that, and what I suggest you do, because it's about a dozen different small fixes, I'd go ahead and Goodle SpeedGrade 7.2 Update Release Notes.
Now, the big thing on this release is Direct Link on the Mac. It now works, mostly. And why do I say mostly, because OpenCL is now supported on your GPU card. So, the problem before was direct link on a Mac, instead of doing all of this processing on your graphics card, it was doing it in the host computer. Well, OpenCL is now supported on both the Mac and PC, and it's through this OpenCL support that Direct Link on the Mac is now working.
The reason I say mostly is because CUDA for the Mac, not yet supported. You're not going to see the kind of responsiveness you would expect if you were working in a native .ircp SpeedGrade project. I mean, you're still going to be faster in that native project if you're on an Nvidia card because Nvidia supports CUDA and SpeedGrade has very much been tuned towards CUDA. Also remember that you know, the beefier the card, whether you're on OpenCL or using CUDA, no matter what, the beefier the card, the faster the card, the more VRAM you have, the more responsive SpeedGrade will be.
So this isn't just purely an OpenCL and CUDA thing, it's also, you know, how beefy is your graphics card? Direct Link on a Mac? If you're using Direct Link on a Mac, you need to update to 7.2. Do not sit on 7.1. Alright, so that's my big take away from this SpeedGrade CC 7.2 update.
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
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 12/20/2013. What changed?
A: This update covers the new features added to SpeedGrade 7.1. There are new movies covering the Direct Link workflow, which allows you to open Premiere Pro projects in SpeedGrade. Also covered are improvements to mask and layer linking, grading layers, and grading clips. We also revised several movies to reflect the impact Direct Link has on managing media, tracking, rendering, etc.
Q: This course was updated on 1/24/2014. What changed?
A: We added one new movie to address the changes in the 12/12/2013 update to Creative Cloud.
Q: Why am I getting the 'File Not Supported' error when reconnecting to the source files in Premiere Pro?
A: If you get the 'File Not Supported' error when reconnecting to the source files in Premiere Pro - this is a problem with the reconnect dialog in <div id="pastingspan1">Premiere Pro that Adobe has not yet fixed. Everything is fine with the media and the projects. To get around this 'bug':</div><div> </div> <div id="pastingspan1"></div> <blockquote style="margin: 0 0 0 40px; border: none; padding: 0px;"> <div id="pastingspan1">1. Open the Premiere Pro project in Premiere.</div><div> </div> <div id="pastingspan1"></div> <div id="pastingspan1">2. During the reconnect dialog click Locate and navigate to Exercise files > Media and then to the sub-folder of media the dialog is asking for...</div><div> </div> <div id="pastingspan1"></div> <div id="pastingspan1">3. Here is the trick: You MUST actually select/highlight the first file that Premiere is asking for. The easiest thing is to click the 'display</div> <div id="pastingspan1">exact name' button and then *actually click on the file* that matches the name.</div><div> </div> </blockquote> <div id="pastingspan1"></div> <div id="pastingspan1">*If you don't highlight the file*--navigating to the folder and *clicking ok without selecting the file will give you the 'file not supported' error</div> <div id="pastingspan1">each and every time*. You must select the file that matches - Premiere is not smart enough to just figure out the folder contains the file.</div><div> </div> <div id="pastingspan1"></div> <div id="pastingspan1">This is not something that is unique to this training its just a little quirk of Premiere Pro currently.</div><div> </div> <div id="pastingspan1"></div> <div id="pastingspan1">After you select the first file all the other files should reconnect - assuming you have 'relink others automatically' selected.</div>