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Locks the current frame the frame the position indicator is on in the monitor. This is useful if you want to use a specific. This allows you to compare the current. Displays the current segment. This option is not available in the Source menu if. Symphony displays the information for the currently active monitor.
You can configure a monitor so that it splits the screen to show the image before and after the current color correction adjustments are applied. You can also configure a monitor so that it splits the screen to show the currently selected reference image beside the image from the current segment. The uncorrected image appears on the left, and the image with currently active corrections applied appears on the right. You can resize the box that contains the split-screen image by dragging its triangular handles in the monitor.
You can then switch Dual Split on and off with a single keystroke. To display the reference image and the current segment image in a split screen Dual Split with Reference :. Configure the monitors so that one displays a reference frame and another displays the current segment.
The monitor displaying the current segment splits to show the reference frame on the left and the current segment on the right. The split screen also displays in the Client monitor. You can hide the video image area of the monitors at any time. When the video is hidden, you see only the Source and Tracking Information Display menus and the position bars for the monitors. The other parts of the Color Correction mode display expand to fill the remainder of your screen.
This might be a preferable setting if you can perform your color correction tasks using only the Client monitor to view your image. When the video is visible, there is no check mark beside the Hide Video command. You can display wide-screen video as well as standard format video in the monitors in Color Correction mode.
The Video option is unavailable in the shortcut menu when you are in Color Correction mode. When the monitors are set to display video, a check mark appears beside the Video command. When the monitors are set to display video, there is no check mark beside the Video command. The buttons in the following illustration are available for each monitor in the Composer window when you are in Color Correction mode.
You can use these buttons to play footage, move around in your sequence, display a split-screen view, and remove effects. Table 2 describes all these buttons in detail and indicates their location within the Command palette. Program Track, clicking the Remove Effect button removes the correction on all the segments in the sequence to which it applies. The Play Loop button has a specialized function in Color Correction mode.
The Play Loop button does not appear in the Composer window but does control the playback of material in the Composer window. You can access the Play Loop button from the Play tab of the Command palette or from the keyboard if it has been mapped to a keyboard location. When you click the Play Loop button, your Symphony system plays the whole sequence in the active monitor, starting from the current position of the position indicator.
Playback is not limited to the current segment alone, regardless of the Source menu option selected for the monitor. This is useful whenever you want to view the whole sequence quickly without switching monitors or making a new Source menu selection. The Edit Review button has a specialized function in Color Correction mode.
Symphony plays the current clip along with parts of the previous and next clips, allowing you to quickly review the color correction on a clip in the context of the adjoining clips. The Edit Review button does not appear in the Composer window in Color Correction mode, but you can access the Edit Review button from the Play tab of the Command palette or from the keyboard if it has been mapped to a keyboard location.
When you click the Edit Review button, your Symphony system plays part of the previous clip, all of the current clip, and part of the next clip. When playback is complete, the position indicator returns to its location in the current clip before you clicked the button. The amount of material the system plays from the previous and next clips is determined by the current Preroll and Postroll settings in the Play Loop tab of the Trim Settings dialog box.
You can set your Symphony system to jump to the first frame of the relevant segment the default setting , the last frame, or the frame that is marked with a locator. Although the default first-frame behavior might be acceptable in many circumstances, the availability of the option Stop at Locators makes it possible to mark a reference frame for each segment in your sequence before you begin color correction.
As you move around in your sequence, you will always see the reference frame in the monitors. You should not have more than one locator in any segment. In the Settings scroll list of the Project window, double-click Composer. As you use the Composer Window buttons to move around in your sequence, the Composer window will change to display the frame marked by the locator in each segment. However, you cannot change Composer settings while in Color Correction mode. The Client monitor is an important tool for color correction since it allows you to see your corrections as they will appear when output and displayed on a television screen.
When you are in Color Correction mode, the Client monitor displays the image that is in the currently active monitor in the Composer window. By switching from one monitor to another in the Composer window, you can quickly compare whichever three images are currently displayed in the monitors.
When you select Dual Split for the active monitor, the split-screen display also appears in the Client monitor. This allows you to compare uncorrected and corrected versions of the same segment within the Client monitor. If you select Dual Split with Reference from the Color Correction shortcut menu, the split-screen display allows you to compare a shot with the current reference shot within the Client monitor.
The Color Correction tool is the part of the Color Correction mode display that you use to make adjustments to color. It is also where you control how much and what kind of material you are correcting at any one time. The following illustration shows the Color Correction tool in its default configuration.
The Color Correction tool uses a tabbed design to arrange its controls and to indicate their relationship to one another. The Color Correction tool contains several levels of tabs arranged hierarchically. At the highest level of the hierarchy are two tabs — the Source tab and the Program tab — that contain all the Source side and all the Program side controls respectively.
The Source side tab is on the left; the Program side tab is in the middle. Within each of these tabs is a set of second-level tabs that contain the controls for each main color correction group. This is useful if you normally use only a small number of the tabs or if you want to hide one side altogether while you work in the other. Source, Program, and group tabs at the top of the Color Correction tool. An active Source Group tab is green. An active Program Group tab is blue. Names on all inactive tabs appear dimmed.
Within some of these group tabs are one or more additional sets of tabs, arranged vertically on the left side of the tool, that subdivide the controls for that group. For more information on the detailed organization of each group, see Chapter 3. Subdividing tabs on the left side of the Color Correction tool, shown in relation to the higher level Source and HSL tabs.
The active tabs are green. Names on the inactive tabs appear dimmed. The complete hierarchical structure of the Color Correction tool is as follows:. Individual control — for example, Brightness slider within the Highlights pane of the Controls subdividing tab within the HSL group. The Source and Program tabs allow you to see which controls apply to either the Source side or the Program side.
They also allow you to define the scope of the corrections you make by setting Source or Program relationships. For example, if you select the Source Tape relationship, make a Source color correction using that relationship, and then move to another segment, the correction you apply to the new segment will also be a Source Tape correction unless you change the relationship.
Remember to keep track of the relationship you are using and to change it if necessary. Otherwise, you might inadvertently apply a correction across more segments than you intend. For example, if you have been working in the Source side and then select a group from the Program side, your adjustments in that group will be applied as Program color corrections.
At any time, the relationship name for the active side is highlighted in the Source or Program tab, and the relationship name for the inactive side appears dimmed in the other tab. For many project situations, the Source Tape, Master Clip, and Sub Clip relationships are sufficient to allow you to make any Source color corrections to groups of related clips. When a sequence is moved to a Symphony system from another system or editing facility, however, a common workflow involves decomposing the sequence and redigitizing.
This destroys the original clip relationships by creating a new master clip with a. The Src Source Clip Name relationship is designed to allow you to make related corrections after decomposing and redigitizing by referencing the clip name. It applies a correction to the current segment and to any other segment that has the same clip name.
The Source Clip Name relationship ignores the clip name extensions that are created during the decomposing and redigitizing cycle. As long as the clip names are consistent, this relationship effectively allows you to color correct by the original master clip relationship even though that relationship is not directly available to your Symphony system. If you use the Source Clip Name relationship in this way, you should check the clip names before color correcting and verify that they are consistent.
If you find names that are in conflict, you can rename them so that they will be correctly referenced by the Source Clip Name relationship. The Color Correction tool provides five different groups of color correction controls. Each group is available on both the Source side and the Program side for a total of ten group tabs.
Some groups have additional subdividing tabs. The tab name is highlighted, the tab moves to the front, and the specific controls for that tab appear. The following illustrations show how the display changes when the Curves tab is clicked on the Program side. The Curves tab name appears dimmed, and the tab displays behind the currently active HSL tab.
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Multiple arrows in a list indicate that you perform one of the actions listed. Press and hold the Command key and another key to perform a keyboard shortcut. Margin tips In the margin, you will find tips that help you perform tasks more easily and efficiently. Italic font Italic font is used to emphasize certain words and to indicate variables. Courier Bold font Courier Bold font identifies text that you type.
Click Quickly press and release the left mouse button Windows or the mouse button Macintosh. Double-click Click the left mouse button Windows or the mouse button Macintosh twice rapidly. Drag Press and hold the left mouse button Windows or the mouse button Macintosh while you move the mouse. Simply e-mail your documentation comments to Avid Technology at TechPubs avid. If you are placing an order from outside the United States, contact your local Avid representative.
Chapter 1 Color Correction in Avid Symphony Your Avid Symphony system includes a comprehensive set of tools for correcting and adjusting colors. Making Color Corrections with Color Correction Mode Color Correction mode works with video material once it has been edited into a sequence. Introduction to Color Correction Mode Understanding Source and Program Color Correction Color Correction mode allows you to work with two main levels of realtime color correction capability.
This guide refers to making color corrections on the Source side and the Program side , a terminology that reflects the display of Source and Program controls on either side of the Color Correction tool. Chapter 1 Color Correction in Avid Symphony Understanding Color Correction Relationships Color corrections often are made most efficiently to more than one segment at a time.
Understanding Color Correction Groups Color Correction mode provides five main groups of color correction controls. Introduction to Color Correction Mode Each group uses a different kind of control for making adjustments. Chapter 1 Color Correction in Avid Symphony The fifth color correction group — Secondary Sec — solves this problem by performing secondary color correction.
Other Symphony Color Adjustment Tools In addition to the work you can do in Color Correction mode, you can use several other tools to correct and adjust colors at various stages of your project. Chapter 2 Understanding Color Correction Mode Like other modes in your Symphony system, such as Trim mode and Effect mode, Color Correction mode reconfigures the Edit monitor display to provide a specialized interface.
The Color Correction mode display appears. Chapter 2 Understanding Color Correction Mode The Composer Window in Color Correction Mode The Composer window in Color Correction mode allows you to view material from three segments at once, making it easy to compare material on a shot-by-shot basis. Displaying Images in Monitors The default Color Correction display shows images from three adjacent segments in the Timeline.
Understanding Default Monitor Display By default, the center monitor shows the current segment the segment the position indicator is on in the Timeline. Chapter 2 Understanding Color Correction Mode The following illustrations show the default monitor display behavior.
Example 1 The position indicator is on segment B in the Timeline. Example 2 The position indicator has moved to segment C. Configuring Image Display in Monitors You can configure each monitor to display those segments that are most useful for making comparisons in your project. Entire Sequence Makes the entire sequence available in the monitor. This is useful when you want to compare shots from many different places in a sequence.
For example, you can display the current segment and the next segment in two monitors for immediate shot-to-shot comparison and display the entire sequence in the third monitor so that you can quickly navigate to any other part of the sequence you want to view. When you change the current segment, the entire sequence updates to that segment. Reference Locks the current frame the frame the position indicator is on in the monitor.
When the other monitors update as you navigate in the Timeline, this frame continues to display as a reference. This is useful if you want to use a specific place in your sequence as a reference against which to compare all other shots, for example, a segment that contains optimal skin tones. You can also use the Dual Split with Reference command to display the reference frame on one side of a split-screen display.
This allows you to compare the current segment to the reference within the same monitor. Current Displays the current segment. This option is not available in the Source menu if another monitor is already set to Current. Previous Displays the segment immediately before the current segment. Next Displays the segment immediately after the current segment. Second Next Displays the segment two segments after the current one.
Waveform and These commands configure the monitor as a Waveform monitor or a Vectorscope Vectorscope commands monitor. To display uncorrected and corrected images in a split screen Dual Split : t Click the Dual Split button for the monitor you want to display the split screen.
The split-screen display appears in the monitor and in the Client monitor. The Composer Window in Color Correction Mode n If you are reading a hardcopy version of this document, you will find it useful to view the color images in the Help or in the online version of this document on the online publications CD-ROM.
Image with currently active corrections applied Uncorrected image The uncorrected image appears on the left, and the image with currently active corrections applied appears on the right. Triangular handle for adjusting size of uncorrected image n You can map the Dual Split button from the Command palette to the keyboard.
To display the reference image and the current segment image in a split screen Dual Split with Reference : 1. The monitor returns to a single-image view. Hiding the Video in Monitors You can hide the video image area of the monitors at any time. When the video is hidden, a check mark appears beside the Hide Video command.
Displaying Video in Monitors You can display wide-screen video as well as standard format video in the monitors in Color Correction mode. Go to Moves the position indicator to the previous shot. Move Previous Shot By default, the position indicator moves to the first frame of the previous shot. You can control to which frame the position indicator moves.
Move By default, the position indicator moves to the first frame of the next shot. Play Plays the material in the monitor from the current position of Play the position indicator to the end of the segment. If Sequence is selected in the Source menu, clicking this button plays the material from the current position of the position indicator to the end of the sequence.
Clicking the button again stops play. Go to Previous Moves the position indicator to the last segment before the CC Uncorrected Shot current segment that has not been color corrected. By default, the position indicator moves to the first frame of the previous uncorrected shot. Go to Next Moves the position bar to the first segment after the current CC Uncorrected Shot segment that has not been color corrected.
By default, the position indicator moves to the first frame of the next uncorrected shot. If the correction has a relationship beyond the single segment, such as Source Tape or Program Track, clicking the Remove Effect button removes the correction on all the segments in the sequence to which it applies.
To control frame display with locators: 1. The Composer Settings dialog box opens. Chapter 2 Understanding Color Correction Mode 4. The Client Monitor in Color Correction Mode The Client monitor is an important tool for color correction since it allows you to see your corrections as they will appear when output and displayed on a television screen. Working with the Source and Program Tabs The Source and Program tabs allow you to see which controls apply to either the Source side or the Program side.
To change the Source or Program relationships: t With the pointer over the Source or Program tab, press and hold the mouse button, and then select a relationship. Table 3 describes the relationship options. Src Source Clip Name Corrects the current segment and all other segments in the sequence that have the same clip name. This relationship ignores clip name extensions —. Master Clip Corrects the current segment and all other segments in the sequence that use material from the same master clip.
Sub Clip Corrects the current segment and all other segments in the sequence that use material from the same subclip. Src Source Segment Corrects only the current segment the segment the position indicator is on in the Timeline. Prog Program Segment Corrects only the current segment. Using the Source Clip Name Relationship For many project situations, the Source Tape, Master Clip, and Sub Clip relationships are sufficient to allow you to make any Source color corrections to groups of related clips.
Displaying a Group Tab To display a color correction group tab: t Click the tab in the area containing the group name. Click in this area of a tab to display the tab. Do not click the Enable button. You can only view or download manuals with. Sign Up and get 5 for free. Upload your files to the site. You get 1 for each file you add. Get 1 for every time someone downloads your manual. Buy as many as you need. View and download manuals available only for.
Register and get 5 for free. Upload manuals that we do not have and get 1 for each file. Get 1 for every download of your manual. Buy as much as you need. Applying Color Correction Effect Templates. Displaying Color Correction Information in the Timeline. Making a Correction with the Color Match Control. Making Corrections Using the Controls Tab. Understanding the Hue Offsets Tab. Understanding the Hue Offsets Color Wheel. Moving the Color Wheel Crosshair Pointers. Examples of Hue Offsets Settings.
Working with the Luma Ranges Tab. Understanding the Luma Ranges Graph. Adjusting Luminance Ranges. Fixed in 4. The v Using Audio Punch-in to create filler at the beginning of the timeline would sometimes fail with an error. XDCAM batch imports occasionally failed to accept the correct disk.
Some AAF sequences did not successfully import into the editing application. The Timeline would freeze for approximately 5 to 10 seconds when performing an audio scrub. This has been fixed.? When performing a checkin from the editing application to Interplay, reference assets were not always checked in.
Media appeared as offline when sending to playback. This occurred when a P2 clip was placed in the Timeline after an in-progress clip. When working in Segment mode, when moving a long GOP format clip to a new location, there was a delay in updating the sequence.
Media received during a transfer while the Audio Punch In tool was recording to the Timeline, appeared offline in the Transfer Bin. If you made a change to a User setting and then closed the project, the User setting change would not stick. The clip gain in the Audio Mixer tool displayed incorrect gain values when Command 8 was attached. Fixed in v4. Bug Number:.
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