Whether you need to simply fine tune colors on your video, or completely rebalance your footage, color correcting has become an essential part of the post-production process. Now that the new FCPX is out, it’s essential to learn the color correcting tools as soon as possible. That is why FilmmakingWebinars.com has announced a free live webinar on August 4th, 2011 at 10:00 AM PDT that will detail this process.
Viewers can expect to learn how to set up the FCPX interface for color correcting, as well as which filters and effects to make use of and which to stay away from. Scopes will be covered, detailing how to match video levels across footage, and some slightly unorthodox methods techniques for quickly solving problems with exposure to give your video a high class look. All of these topics will be covered with built in tools in FCPX, no third-party plug-ins.
Presenter Ben Brownlee is a VFX artist, digital media specialist and instructor with 11 years of production experience across a number of disciplines. Ben gives high profile demos and theater presentations and has presented 9 previous times for FilmmakingWebinars.com.
If all of this wasn’t enough to bring you in, Gold Sponsor GenArts will be giving away two copies of their latest video effects software, Sapphire Edge for Final Cut Pro. Sapphire Edge is designed for the busy pro video editor who wants to edit quickly without compromising quality. It includes an innovative preset browser where you can preview looks on your own media and modify as needed. Supports FCP 6 and 7 and will support FCP X soon.
For added support, FilmmakingWebinars.com is hosting an ebook for sale detailing the conversions and differences you need to know about between FCPX and FCP7. It is available now for $5 on the webinar page.
To see more details and register for this free webinar, please visit: http://www.filmmakingwebinars.com/
To view the entire catalogue of On Demand webinars, as well as upcoming free live webinars, please visit: http://www.filmmakingwebinars.com
FilmmakingWebinars.com, owned and operated by NewMediaWebinars.com, LLC, creates and produces live webinars focused on digital filmmakers working in pre-production, production and post on Film, Video or the Web. Our webinars are educational and NOT marketing vehicles for vendors. All our webinars are taught by working professional filmmakers. Our offering includes live webinars, on-demand webinars, podcasts, videos and blog articles all focused on digital filmmakers.
# # #
NewMediaWebinars.com produces webinars for and by digital filmmakers working in film, video and new media. All live webinars are free and are presented by working industry professionals known in their field as experts.