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Re: CS4 vs SVP - Grading From Shane Hurlbut

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Al BergsteinRe: CS4 vs SVP - Grading From Shane Hurlbut
by on Feb 2, 2012 at 4:10:53 pm

While more pros like John could likely have more to say on this, I've been using both Vegas for a couple of years, and Pr for the last month or so and yes, this all sounds totally generic as to the outline. However you might want to invest in some third party add ons in Vegas, like Frederck B's excellent white balance plug in. Also I find Vegas' scopes too small. I like using adobe and even FCP scopes as they can fill the screen or close to it. (have I been missing some trick to make the scopes bigger in Vegas all this time?).

I really find his workflow interesting, as denoising is first in his workflow. I guess I have never thought of when I would do that. Just last night I was struggling de-noising some concert footage I had to shoot with a 2x extender on my 7D 250mm lens. A thought... just don't add extenders! They really caused some noise problems. But I digress.

Also, this is timely because I was just watching a tutorial on Lynda.com by Jeff Sengstack of the color correction workflow. While also specific to Adobe, it's all very generic. For the sake of others finding this thread, here's a link to his tutorial (which I think you have to subscribe to get).

Course link: http://www.lynda.com/home/DisplayCourse.aspx?lpk2=51609.

Al


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