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An Editor’s Guide to Adobe® Premiere® Pro, Second Edition by Jeff Greenberg, Robbie Carman, Richard Harrington

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Chapter 11. Color Correction and Grading

A project is not done until it’s finished is an old adage in postproduction. Finishing in postproduction has various meanings, but most pros agree that it means color correction and grading as well as mixing and sound design. In the previous chapter, you learned about the technical process of mixing audio in Adobe Premiere Pro as well as sending clips and sequences to Adobe Audition.

In this chapter, we’ll move over to the video side of things and explore color correction and grading. We’ll start with the essentials of mastering the scopes, which will help you spot issues within the footage. We’ll then look at approaches for adjusting color within Adobe Premiere Pro. You’ll also find some advanced options ...

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