Jamie McCallister has knowledge and experience that surpases most people in this industry. Based in London (UK), Jamie teaches and supports high-end clients around the world, including the BBC, Granada, MPC, Sony Pictures, and Apple themselves.
Color correction is one of Final Cut Pro 6's most useful functions, and it should be part of every video workflow. You can pop colors and saturation, filter the haze out of DV footage, and even isolate colors to create advanced video effects.
In this tutorial you'll learn the theory and practice behind Final Cut's Waveform Monitor, Vectorscope, Histogram, and RGB Parade. These are essential tools used to analyze the color and luminosity of your video streams. If you have a video that's washed out or dull, this video will show you how to fix the problems.
This tutorial center's around Final Cut Pro's 3-Way Color Corrector plug-in. You can insert this plug-in on any video clip in your sequence, and use it to achieve stunning results. The 3-Way Color Corrector is undeniably the most useful tool in Final Cut Pro, so it pays to understand how to use it efficiently.
Impress clients, family, and friends by making your video look stunning. This is absolutely essential information - don't let your videos look amateur! It's easy to get a pro look when you know how to use Final Cut Pro's 3-Way Color Corrector!
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BHamester wrote on October 19, 2013
Great tutorial, even if you have a newer version of final cut is still worth to watch this videos.
Valentina wrote on May 24, 2011
Such an important course, I loved learning a bit about color correction. It was hard for me (not native english speaker) understanding Jamie (sorry!) and sometimes sound is not great (and some media is missing) but at the end I really appreciated!
Lee Fletcher wrote on March 6, 2009
I purchased this alongside the 101 course, and it was money well spent. Colour correction is such a major part of successful video / film, and these tutorials certainly aided my development, allowing me to achieve great results quickly.
I was however a little disappointed with the length of this tutorial when compared to the main FCP (101) set, and do feel that a little more ground could have been covered. Also, I have to say that the presentational style was lacking when compared to some other MPV products â€“ the guy knows his stuff, but sounded a little board in some of his delivery!
Overall, a good tutorial, but could have been a little better in my view.
David Bailin wrote on December 2, 2008
Voice was a bit hard to hear and to understand (quiet and unmodulated) but the tutorial had me correcting the color of a badly white balanced interview in no time at all. Solid help with a well laid out course.
Peter Vogl wrote on September 12, 2008
In my opinion this Tutorial is quite comprehensive and covers all the Color Correction in FCP 6.
Jason Chong wrote on October 23, 2007
I've always wanted to learn colour correction in FCP but have never had the time, nor people around me who can show me what it all means. This class was great in that it explained everything clearly and succinctly, and at a price that can't be beat.
Fred Vanderavert wrote on October 10, 2007
I do like the course. Color correction is not easy but this course is more helpfull than reading a book about that topic. That is for me.
Jan Bliddal wrote on March 5, 2006
Jamies Color correcting toturial helped me to understand how to correct my images to give them a natual look and clips I thought unuserble were saved and userble after applying Jamies technics. Including a clip with my first child very first step. Being able to use that clip alone more than justified the price og the Tutorial.