Back when desktop video editing was just a sparkle in every film editor's eye, Michael was busy creating Final Cut Pro. Learn Final Cut Pro from one of the original designers of this incredible piece of software!
Remember when color correction was a difficult and tedious task that could only be accomplished by experts with custom software? Now, in Final Cut Pro X, all the tools you need to do advanced color correction are just a click or two away. With Michael Wohl at the controls, this course shows you how a pro approaches color correction with the powerful tools and techniques included in FCPX 10.1
First you learn the basics of balancing & matching colors and applying basic effects. In the next series of tutorials, Michael shows you the grading tools in the Video Scopes including the Waveform Monitor, Vectorscope and Histogram. Then you learn all about Primary and Secondary corrections. This is where you see how to deal with exposures, skin-tones, lighting, color masks and much, much more.
This course is filled with tons of great example footage and realtime solutions... so get ready to watch, learn and master color correction in Apple's Final Cut Pro X!
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Patrick O'Leary wrote on July 7, 2014
This course gave me the step-by-step instruction I needed on color in Final Cut Pro X. The instructor makes the subject matter easy to understand.
Marc Blake wrote on January 21, 2014
The subtleties of color correction can be easily overlooked. Getting it right is crucial for pro-level work. This is NOT an area to breeze over as unimportant. This training covers the top well. Better yet, there is a wealth of productive techniques covered that make this course MORE than color correction. The techniques and shortcuts for productivity (the sub-story) of this training are the real hero within. Lot's of note taking will pay off for this session. I'll be back for a refresher at some point.
T WIlliamson wrote on January 14, 2014
This goes into all the aspects of color correction including using masks, etc. It is very helpful for anyone trying to master color correction in Final Cut Pro X