Course info
Feb 5, 2016
2h 45m

Throughout this tutorial, we will learn all about the plethora of color correcting and grading tools found within Adobe's video editing application, Premiere Pro, as well as it's dedicated grading application, SpeedGrade. First, we'll look at the all new Lumetri Color panel built into Premiere, which gives us higher quality control over color than ever before and then we'll move on to how to take entire sequences and round trip with SpeedGrade when you truly need that extra granular control over your image. Software required: Premiere Pro CC 2015, SpeedGrade CC 2015.

About the author
About the author

Jason has spent most of his life in and around the nation's capital and currently operates as a freelance trainer in Adobe and Apple software. He's taught at NAB, written a book on Final Cut Pro X, and runs his own training business, Some Might Say Media, LLC.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
Hi everyone. My name is Jason Cox. I'm an Adobe and Apple certified instructor, as well as a freelance video editor with my own LLC, Some Might Say Media. I've produced videos for the likes of the Smithsonian Institute, HP, and the American Running Association, among many others. And helped organizations, such as National Geographic, the Washington Post, and Voice of America get up and running with Adobe Premiere Pro. In this course we are going to dive a bit deeper into the color grading and correction tools found in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015, along with an introduction to SpeedGrade 2015. So you can make your images look as amazing and vibrant as possible and bring other problematic images back from the dead. Some of the key takeaways from watching this course include learning how to, look at and understand various video scopes used in Color Correction, use the new Lumetri Color Panel in Premiere Pro CC 2015 to enhance and correct your video. Fix common issues such as skin tone and color balance problems. Learn to perform secondary color corrections when you only want to make adjustments to certain aspects of your image. And send your sequences to SpeedGrade to use the program's deeper toolset for even further color needs. By the end of the training you will have the skills to take your videos one step further by rescuing problematic footage and taking great footage and making it look even better. I'm excited to share these tips and techniques with you. So sign in or sign up and let's get started.