Category Archives: Color reTooled
In this video we take a deep dive into the Lumetri Color Panel and the new color correction workflow in Premiere Pro CC 2015. We talk about how to work with each of the panels, clip selection, keyboard shortcuts, and some things you need to know to get moving quicker. We’ll show you a quick way to enable and disable your color grades, quick explanations of waveforms and vectorscopes, and we’ll show you how to use our presets, Color reTooled to get grading quicker and easier in the newest version of Premiere.
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With the upcoming Premiere Pro CC 2014.1 update, we’ll have a really powerful Free Draw Bezier, or pen tool built into all of our effects. This includes Lumetri Looks, and looks presets like Color reTooled. With this tool, we can mask, track, and even control the opacity of various effects. In this video, we look at the workflow of doing simple color correction using this new tool in combination with Color reTooled. We demonstrate how even a color correct novice, can quickly do advanced color grading right in Premiere Pro.
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Please remember Color reTooled is compatible with Premiere Pro CC or later, but the free draw bezier tool is in the upcoming CC 2014.1 update.
In this video we go over a tip to let you easily turn your color grading on and off for ALL of your clips at once when using the new Direct Link between Premiere Pro CC and SpeedGrade CC.
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With the introduction of the SpeedGrade CC 7.1 and Premiere Pro CC 7.1 Updates today, everyone will get their hands on the awesome new Direct Link feature between Premiere Pro and SpeedGrade. This feature allows us to quickly open a Premiere timeline directly in SpeedGrade do our color correction and then return to Premiere without having any of the complications of rendering, xmls, edls, or intermediate files. In my early testing, I can attest to the ease of the new workflow, but there is one caveat I wanted to make sure everyone is aware of. Watch the video for full information and warning about using Lumetri Looks in Premiere and sending them over to SpeedGrade.