Color grading fuels emotion into your visual productions. This course is designed to build on to your Adobe Premiere Pro CC knowledge by furthering your color grading capabilities inside of SpeedGrade CC. Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 or later, Adobe SpeedGrade CC 2015 or later.
Have you ever wondered how to inject more emotion into your video productions as an editor? If so, Advanced Color Grading in Adobe SpeedGrade CC and Premiere Pro CC is the perfect course for you. In this advanced course you will go beyond the fundamentals of video editing by learning how to isolate color into primary and secondary layers for pixel-perfect tone correction. This will allow you to create powerfully effective imagery that cannot be done inside of Premiere Pro alone. First, you will learn how to properly analyze, monitor, and easily manipulate color inside of your Premiere Pro video edits to successfully produce broadcast friendly content that can be aired on television. Next, you will leverage the power of LUT (look up table) files inside of Premiere Pro CC (2015) and carry that information over to Adobe SpeedGrade by using the power of Adobe's Direct Link inside of the Creative Cloud platform. This will allow you to perform complex color corrections in seconds. Finally, you will understand how to process R3D (REDCAM) and RAW video footage inside of SpeedGrade by using EDL files, IRCP files, and Direct Link from Premiere Pro for optimal pixel perfect color flexibility. When you're finished with this color correction and grading course, you'll not only know how to create the popular "Pleasantville effect" with objects in your video content, but also how to manipulate the color of moving objects by performing auto-tracking with masks around your subjects. Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 or later, Adobe SpeedGrade CC 2015 or later.
Acosta is best known as a digital media consultant and mentor for some of the largest Fortune 500 companies. He is also co-founder and product manager of Woowave DreamSync, a software designed to synchronize audio and video without the need for timecode.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Jonathan Acosta and welcome to my course Advanced Color Grading in Adobe SpeedGrade CC and Premiere Pro CC. I'm the executive producer over at Pixel Links Labs. You may not be aware of this, but color grading is the hidden art that fuels emotion into your visual productions. In this course you're going to build onto your editing skills by training on how to take a complex edit inside of Premiere Pro CC and direct link it into SpeedGrade so that you can enrich the look and the feel of your footage. Some of the major topics that we will cover include the optimal color balancing workflow inside of Premiere Pro, direct linking your project from Premiere Pro to SpeedGrade CC 2015, effective color multitasking using masks and secondary isolations, how to automatically color sync similar video footage, and now to auto track your clips while enhancing a moving subject. By the end of this course, you'll understand how to fully navigate and leverage the SpeedGrade interface to pull off emotional color manipulation with a purpose. Please keep in mind that before you begin this course you should be familiar with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to enhance your editing skills with the advanced color grading in Adobe SpeedGrade CC and Premiere Pro CC course, right here at Pluralsight.