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Getting to grips with a vectorscope

Getting to grips with a vectorscope: Digital Media Foundations
Getting to grips with a vectorscope: Digital Media Foundations

Vectorscopes give you an objective view of the colors in your media. Like color wheels, they're an important part of a colorist's toolset. Color wheels and vectorscopes are laid out in similar ways, but one is for making adjustments, and the other is for viewing results. Once you understand what a vectorscope is and how to read it, you'll be able to make precise adjustments to the color in your footage, knowing that—however uncertain your perception of color might be—the results will be correct.

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