SpeedGrade CC

SpeedGrade CC

$49.99

Total Run Time: 5 hrs

The art of Color Grading is not just about correcting problems but about shaping the emotional impact of your work in such a way as to enhance your audience's experience and engagement as they watch your productions.

In this Total Training for Adobe SpeedGrade CC series you will learn the power of this somewhat neglected application in the Adobe CC suite which will put into your hands a great deal of power and control over your video content such that you can quickly and efficiently manipulate the content of your timeline to control and direct the impact of and engagement with your work.

Highlights

  • Organizing your media and getting it into SpeedGrade
  • Primary Color Correction
  • Secondary Color Correction
  • Using masks inside SpeedGrade both to grade and to be creative
  • Exporting your timeline from SpeedGrade as a single item and as individual clips

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Description

Once you’ve worked through this series and used these tools on the sample clips and your own material you will be comfortable with the UI changes and know where to find the various tools you will need for the different grading functions you wish to use. You will know how to use the new Premiere Pro direct-link workflow as well as how to set up for color grading and use tools to speed up your work. You will learn several methods to get your timelines into SpeedGrade, the basics of grading – both primary and secondary, how to copy grades from one clip to another, how to use clip matching tools, how to use masks to enhance grades as well as how to export from SpeedGrade both for complete timelines as well as exporting individual clips which can then be used in your NLE for future editing.

Sample clip

Course outline

Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION & RECENT IMPROVEMENTS (29 min)

  1. Premiere Pro to SpeedGrade CC Direct-Link
  2. CinemaDNG in Premiere Pro CC & SpeedGrade CC
  3. File Formats & Using Prelude for Ingest
  4. The User Interface & Keyboard Shortcuts
Chapter 2: SETTING UP FOR GRADING (21 min)

  1. The Importance of the Grading Environment
  2. Broadcast Monitors – Do I Need One?
  3. Control Surfaces – Do I Need One? (Introduction to Tangent Elements Panels)
Chapter 3: GETTING STARTED (19 min)

  1. Media Tab & Media Layers
  2. The Timeline & Clip Tabs & Working with Multiple Playheads
Chapter 4: IMPORTING EDITED SEQUENCES (14 min)

  1. Importing Sequences
  2. Automatic Scene Detection
Chapter 5: BASIC COLOR CORRECTION TOOLS (59 min)

  1. Playback & Pause Resolutions
  2. The Analysis Tools – Scopes
  3. Getting Started in the Look Tab
  4. Color Wheels Controls – Offset, Gamma, Gain
  5. Alternatives to Using the Color Wheels
  6. Selecting Specific Ranges
Chapter 6: MATCHING/COPYING GRADES (25 min)

  1. Tools for Shot Matching
  2. Grading Layers – Direct, Extracted & New
  3. Applying Grades from Other Shots
  4. Snapshot Browser
Chapter 7: SECONDARY ADJUSTMENTS (23 min)

  1. Making the Selection
  2. An Example
Chapter 8: GRADING LAYER OPTIONS (15 min)

  1. Layer Effects
  2. Creating Custom .Look Files to Apply Directly in Premiere Pro
Chapter 9: THE POWER OF MASKS (28 min)

  1. Creating Your Masks
  2. Tracking Objects & Keyframing Masks
  3. Using Masks Creatively
Chapter 10: ADDITIONAL TOOLS (23 min)

  1. Stereoscopic 3D
  2. Keyframing Grades
  3. Pan & Scan Layers
  4. Annotations
Chapter 11: RENDERING (12 min)

  1. The Render Tab
  2. Rendering Rushes & Exporting Clips as Individual Files from Your Timeline
Chapter 12: TANGENT ELEMENT & SPEEDGRADE WORKFLOW (37 min)

  1. Bt & Kb Panels 1 – Look
  2. Bt & Kb Panels 2 – Mask
  3. Bt & Kb Panels 3 – Stereo 3D
  4. Tk Panel – Grading, Masks and Pan & Scan
  5. Mf Panel – Timeline, Grade Ranges & Keyframes
  6. Mf Panel – Audio Layers (no panel use) and Pan & Scan Layers