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What's New in SpeedGrade CC - NAB 2014
Show: Adobe at NAB 2014
Join SpeedGrade product manager Patrick Palmer for a sneak peek of the new features coming soon to SpeedGrade. The new updates also offer a more flexible Direct Link color pipeline between Premiere Pro and SpeedGrade CC, the powerful grading application included with Creative Cloud. The Direct Link integration now includes the ability to toggle the Lumetri effect on and off inside SpeedGrade and hide or show tracks or adjustment layers for an easier overview of complex timelines. The new Master Clip effect in Premiere Pro also works in SpeedGrade so grading adjustments applied to one part of a master clip automatically affect all the other parts of that clip on the timeline. With new broadcast standard scopes, including a new YUV Vectorscope, and more refined grading tools it’s never been easier to bring cinematic brilliance to video projects.
Apply effects and adjustments using Adjustment Layers
Apply effects and adjustments to an entire scene or your entire movie with an adjustment layer, new to Premiere Elements 12. Find out more in the Up and Running with Premiere Elements 12 course with Steve Grisetti.
Converting color to black and white
There are several ways to convert a color image to black and white in Photoshop. Learn how to use adjustment layers to convert an image, as well as how to adjust specific color channels, use presets, and make subtle adjustments using the Adjustment Brush. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Controlling which layers are affected by an adjustment layer
Learn how to isolate the effects of an adjustment layer so that only a specific layer or a group of layers is affected. Topics include changing the stacking order of adjustment layers, creating a clipping mask, and creating layer groups in Photoshop. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Improving tonal quality with Levels
Find out how to capture the entire tonal range of an image and preserve as much detail as possible using a Levels adjustment layer in Photoshop. Explore how to use the histogram to find over- and underexposed areas in your image, as well as how to preview changes. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.