Final Cut 6 103
Color Correction in FCP 6
Genre: Video
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Color correction can dramatically improve the look of your video. And it's easy to do when you know a few tricks. These video tutorials show you how!
Jamie McCallister has knowledge and experience that surpases most people in this industry. Based in London (UK), Jamie teaches and supports high-end clients around the world, including the BBC, Granada, MPC, Sony Pictures, and Apple themselves.
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Overview
Status: Available | Released: Jul 1st, 2005
Color correction is one of Final Cut Pro 6's most useful functions, and it should be part of every video workflow. You can pop colors and saturation, filter the haze out of DV footage, and even isolate colors to create advanced video effects.

In this tutorial you'll learn the theory and practice behind Final Cut's Waveform Monitor, Vectorscope, Histogram, and RGB Parade. These are essential tools used to analyze the color and luminosity of your video streams. If you have a video that's washed out or dull, this video will show you how to fix the problems.

This tutorial center's around Final Cut Pro's 3-Way Color Corrector plug-in. You can insert this plug-in on any video clip in your sequence, and use it to achieve stunning results. The 3-Way Color Corrector is undeniably the most useful tool in Final Cut Pro, so it pays to understand how to use it efficiently.

Impress clients, family, and friends by making your video look stunning. This is absolutely essential information - don't let your videos look amateur! It's easy to get a pro look when you know how to use Final Cut Pro's 3-Way Color Corrector!

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