It’s not so long ago that the grading suite was solely used for grading, and powerful VFX computers were needed to perform graphics work for your projects. Now, the color bay can handle incredibly precise color tasks that border on what used to be the exclusive territory of VFX artists. FilmmakingWebinars.com has announced a free, live webinar to be aired on February 9th at 10:00AM PST covering this exact subject. Viewers will learn when it’s appropriate to do VFX work in the color bay and when to avoid it, as well as how to handle complex tasks like removing items from a shot and digital makeup. Examples will be done on ASSIMILATE’s SCRATCH so viewers will be able to easily follow along from home.
Presenter Leandro Marini, founder of Santa Monica DI Facility Local Hero, is a classic artist-turned-
If that’s not enough to bring you in, Platinum Sponsor ASSIMILATE is giving away an amazing prize! One lucky attendee will be walking away with a full copy of ASSIMILATE’s SCRATCH Lab, the industry’s premiere conform and color grading solution designed to meet the unique requirements of file-based workflows in episodic and spot broadcast facilities. That’s a prize valued at nearly $5000!
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