The ColorChecker Video Workflow with Premiere Pro

     

by Alan Winslow – September 21st, 2018

We love seeing tutorials that quickly show X-Rite products in conjunction with powerful editing software. In this video tutorial independent filmmaker and X-Rite Coloratti Ollie Kenchington will help you understand how to use the ColorChecker Video charts to improve the quality of your rushes drastically, getting ideal balance and color consistency, as well as matching footage from multiple cameras in Adobe Premiere Pro.

On set:

Ollie starts by giving tips on how to White Balance onset using the X-Rite charts. Next, Ollie will discuss precisely how to use and where to place the focusing and color charts in your scene

In Edit:

Finally, he will move into Adobe Premiere Pro to discuss how to get perfect skin tones, a balanced image, and excellent saturation. He will be diving into the color layout section of the software exploring video scopes, parades, the temperature and tint sliders, waveforms, contrast and color wheels. But first, he will show you how to apply the lumetri color effect to your clips.

Also, have you ever wondered what the term IRE stands for? Listen closely towards the end of the video to find out!

To see more of Ollie’s work check out his Coloratti profile here and his website here.

X-Rite ColorChecker VideoX-Rite ColorChecker Video can reduce your post production edit time by hours. When you have a video standard in each clip you can match cameras, correct different lighting conditions to an ideal target, so that when you apply your color grading or color “look” for your film, you’re applying that effect to clips that are already matched to each other. Find out more about the X-Rite ColorChecker Video!

Finally, to learn more about all of X-Rites color management solutions and other quick tips on photography and video production visit us at xritephoto.com.

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