walks you through the color grading tools in Final Cut Pro X (10.4). Learn how to use the color board, color inspector, and make adjustments using color wheels. He also talks about hue vs saturation curves, white balancing, custom LUTs and much more.
Here’s an excerpt from Nick’s article:
Not too long ago I encouraged you that if you had previously given up on FCP X, now was the time to give it another look. The addition of the color grading features in 10.4 makes it even more exciting. One could argue that, except for on rare occasions, all the primary and secondary color corrections you would previously do in a third-party app, can now all be done in FCP X. The newest version offers flexibility for any creator to work with the color effects they’re most comfortable with. These new features build on a list of others not mentioned in this article like native 360 video support and HDR content delivery. Combine this with its already existing toolset and we just may have a game changer.
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