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Final Cut Pro 204 - Advanced Color Correction.
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What color diamond indicates that you're over a keyframe?
To desaturate shadow areas, which curve should you adjust?
Orange vs Sat.
Sat vs Sat.
Luma vs Sat.
Hue vs Sat.
How do you increase the blended area between the inside and outside of the mask?
Drag the outer line away from the inner line.
Rotate the mask.
Use the Inspector controls.
Move a green dot.
What control allows you to gently increase or decrease the color range selected?
Which of these colors is NOT the name of a color in the custom color picker?
When you adjust an offset, do the other control points move?
No, a ghosted outline shows the real output.
Yes, all points move.
What key should you hold down while dragging for more precision?
When you create a second mask, what's the default mask blend mode?
Which of these is not a common Log format?
How many curves here can adjust Hue?
All of them.
Where in the interface do you find the Inside/Outside control?
At the top of the Inspector.
In the Viewer.
In a pop-up window.
At the bottom of the Inspector.
What effect converts between HDR and SDR?
After installing or creating an adjustment layer, where is it found?
The Enhancements menu.
The Color Board.
If you adjust points on Hue vs Sat, what are you changing in the image?
What kind of curve adds contrast?
Should you fix exposure or color first?
What name indicates Wide Gamut Color?
If you adjust a point on the Hue vs Luma curve and push it up, what are you doing to the image?
Making part of it darker.
Making part of it a different Hue.
Adjusting global saturation.
Making part of it brighter.
When you add a saved preset, are existing color correction effects replaced?
If Preserve Luma is unchecked, does increasing Red increase the overall brightness?
Can you use HDR without Wide Gamut Color?
Is this course a good place to start if you're new to color correction?
Yes, jump right in.
No, take the Introduction to Color Correction course first.
Final Cut Pro 204
Advanced Color Correction
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