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How to color correct multiple shots in the best way possible
How to color correct multiple shots in the best way possible
by Christopher Khouri on Sep 14, 2016 at 5:02:11 pm

I really want to know how to get the best result when color correcting multiple shots. Should i color correct shot by shot? If i do that will the shots look different?Should i put a sequence layer and then color correct it? What is the best way?


Re: How to color correct multiple shots in the best way possible
by Tero Ahlfors on Sep 15, 2016 at 12:02:22 pm

I'd suggest downloading Resolve and training with that.


Re: How to color correct multiple shots in the best way possible
by Chris Wright on Sep 16, 2016 at 4:00:27 am

why is it that no video talk about overall hue angle? you need to be able to adjust hue globally to line up white balance in the scopes on the skin tone line. no video even touches this...and its baaassiiccc.
2015.2 had fast color corrector hue and 2015.4 had a global hue one but they removed that "update". anyone?

if I have many different shots that don't match, I neutralize everything to the scopes first. This way I'm not doing eyeball replicative fading from shot to shot or trying to match shots to each other. After all shots are neutralized, I plop a final creative grade in an adjustment layer, and bam! I'm done. No clip matching whatsoever!

neutralize clips by scopes only:
https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/394/32#35





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