Today is a video editing day for me, and no time is available to write something new until later this evening. In that though I’ve a tutorial on color grading that is helping me a lot.
One of the aspects I enjoy about Final Cut Pro X is the wealth of tools and methods for color correction, grading or whatever you want to call the process. There simply is no other NLE on the market with as many built-in and third-party tools for making adjustments to image color and style. I’m not limiting this to simply color correction, but also glow, diffusion and stylizing filters that increasingly are a part of a grading session. It’s about getting the right look for the best emotional impact and with FCP X there are a host of choices at very little expense.
In addition, the filters being developed for FCP X include more photographic correction functions than we’ve been used to in the previous class of effects filters. For example, many of these plug-ins include color temperature, tint and contrast controls that add a nice dimension past the…
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