Baselight For Avid – All You Need To Know To Get Grading!
In this insight, we are back in Baselight for avid and I have to say I’m feeling much more confident using this system after a little more time using it.
As with any toolset, the first few attempts at using it creatively lead to questions at every decision point but after grading a few projects my natural creative flow and grading style has re-emerged.
This insight is a crash course for the curious colorist who is interested in how Baselight works but doesn’t have time/access to a system.
In this insight I take you step by step through a full look that I would call an average but heavily stylized grade. It is quite a few layers and stops at every toolset that I would use on a daily basis so I felt that it would give you a good idea of the basic layout of a Baselight grade.
Now that I’ve hit this intermediate level with Baselight I can happily say I could take on any grade
- Primary Corrections
- Luts via Truelight
- Hue Angle Secondary Correction
- Windows / Preset Shapes
- Adding Camera Shake / Grain
- Check out my video insight below to find out more!
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