Yearly Archives: 2013
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.
In this video we talk about the new Overlays for the Source and Program monitors of Premiere Pro. We also talk about ways to customize these settings to your liking. The video demonstrates the information you can easily keep on your screen to view all of the relevant data about your timeline.
In the late October release of After Effects, version 12.1 one of the new features is called Detail Preserving Upscale. Now the title of this feature is pretty self-explanitory. You can upscale your footage, while preserving detail. The purpose is to scale SD to HD or HD to larger resolutions. Let’s take a look and see how it works.