Baselight For Avid – First Thoughts On Primary Corrections
This marks the first of a new series and also a new adventure for me here on Mixing Light. I’ve recently been exploring the world of Filmlight and Baselight For Avid in particular.
As you probably know I’ve been a “DaVinci Resolve Guy” for a long time. Pretty much my whole grading career. Although understanding software is important it’s also important to expand your horizons and challenge your brain to try and grade using new tools.
As London is the birthplace of Baselight I thought it was the perfect system to jump on to and share with Mixing Light members my thoughts and insights.
If you would like to try out Baselight Editions you can download the plugin here and they offer a free 30-day trial.
In this insight, I speak about working with primary corrections and the heap of options that we can use in Baselight.
Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll be expanding this series into deep level insights on particular tools but for now, I am focusing on how I found the primary tools coming from an educated colorist background.
I’d love to hear all your requests and thoughts on Baselight and Baselight For Avid.
Check out my video insight below to find out more!