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Final Cut Pro tutorial, this video will focus on how to use color correction.
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Hey guys! Here’s another quick tutorial. I didn’t cover it on the last one, but it kind of covers the color corrector. I got a question about the color collector. So let me explain what’s going on.
So let me go in here and apply the color corrector again, do one of these clips. Okay as you can see now, we have our color corrector applied to our top clip which is the one on the left. The question was, what is this stuff mover here this little color black? And this little eye dropper, what is this? Well this is your hue match and I’m going to show how to use that real quick. You take your eye dropper and select the hue you want to match. I’m going to select this one over here okay. I selected the color of my skin on the picture on the film on the right, okay.
Now I’m going to go over here, you’ll notice my little eye dropper from my balance and it’s turning green. I’m going to click it then I’m going to click over here on the image on the left that I want to match because this is a hue match. So now that I’ve selected, this is my hue color, this turns green. I select this little eye dropper, go over here to the picture on the left and select what part of the image I want to match, hit it and boom! Now if you look both of these films or videos, hues match one another, and that is what this little item does here. This is a hue match and you can use it to match hues of two videos so they look the same.
This is a quick tip from emeek77. I hope you’ve learned something and see you next time.