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Joseph OwensRe: Apple Color question from a newbie
by on Mar 25, 2011 at 3:28:56 pm

There are three buttons on the upper right hand corner of the secondaries preview window. One is an RGB button, the next one down is a green button, and the bottom one is monochrome. The monochrome one will show and display your "holdback" matte being generated by the secondary HSL key. The green one will show the output effect the secondary is having on the selected area, while the rest of the image is presented in monochrome (black & white). The next up, RGB button, should output the full output from the secondary. If you use a vignette, the "oval" button at the bottom right will show an outline preview on the output monitor. Its selected "on" by default, which is annoying to the vast majority of users, which appears to be declining on a daily basis.

Don't feel bad about not knowing this selection hierarchy. There were a number of experienced users who assumed this was a bug in the software, and it was discussed in a certain amount of detail a couple of years ago.

Amazing how the "COLOR" traffic has dropped off in this forum since the more-widespread introduction of daVinci Resolve.

jPo

You mean "Old Ben"? Ben Kenobi?


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