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Basic Training for Apple Color from Class on Demand provides basic training for Apple Color.
1. Introduction to Color:
1.2 Training Overview
1.3 The Interface
2. Primary Color Correction:
2.1 The Primary Room: Part 1
2.2 The Primary Room: Part 2
2.3 Software Scopes Overview
2.4 Tektronix Waveform Monitors and Rasterizers
3. Secondary Color Correction:
3.1 Secondary Room Overview
3.3 HSL Qualification
3.4 Using Multiple Secondaries
4. The Other Color Rooms:
4.1 The ColorFX Room
4.2 The Geometry Room
4.3 The Primary Out Room
4.4 Still Store
4.5 The Setup Room
5. Interfacing with Final Cut Pro
6. The Color Suite: Beyond the Software
6.1 Tangent Wave Panel
6.2 Color Hardware Considerations
6.3 Room Setup and External Equipment
6.4 Datacolor Spyder Monitor Calibration
6.5 Cine-tal Monitor Setup and Calibration
6.6 Advanced Color Training
About the Instructor:
Steve Hullfish has written or co-written four books on editing and color correction, including "The Art and Technique of Color Correction" and "Color Correction for Video, 2nd Edition". His editing credits span more than 20 years, including editing the Oprah Winfrey Show for which he won a Daytime Emmy. Other broadcast credits include "Investigative Reports" and "Cold Cases" with Bill Kurtis on A&E and numerous PBS documentaries. He runs his own production company - Verascope Pictures - and his clients include Universal Studios, NBC Television, Turner Broadcasting, HIT Entertainment, Jim Henson Entertainment, and VeggieTales.
Bob Sliga, a professional colorist for 30 years, teaches color correction at Columbia College and DePaul University. Bob's career spans both commecial and film projects, and he was the Director of Training for Silicon Color's FinalTouch software. After Apple purchased Silicon Color, Bob was hired to be the lead QA for Apple's Color application where he was instrumental in helping design the application and created all of the Color FX Room signature looks. Bob recently created Scone Looks (a collection of presets) for Apple Color.
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Approximately 5 Hours
Mac OS X or Windows XP/Vista/7
1152 x 864 or higher display
Class on Demand Video Download: Basic Training for Apple Color Review