Capturing the perfect image is tough. When your little brother isn’t photobombing your shot, then it is probably the sun (or lack of it) washing out the colors in your scene. Final Cut Pro offers built-in tools to help both new and experienced editors easily control color in their films.
In this How-To, you’ll discover the basics of color correction using waveforms and other professional techniques.
What You’ll Learn in this Video:
- How to correct color in video using Final Cut Pro
- How to use the Inspector
- How to read wave forms
- How to manually adjust color levels
- How to manually adjust exposure
- How to map individual samples to keyboard commands
Lights, Camera, Action!
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