Define basic terms, including the difference between "Relative Luminance", Luminance, Luma, Luminosity, Illuminance, Lightness, and Brightness. Explain RGB and IRE values and how to read these on a waveform monitor. Difference between "Full" or "Extended" range vs. "Head", "Legal", or "SMPTE" range. How to read these on a waveform monitor.
cmiVFX's Color Grading Migration Guide for SCRATCH®.
Mike Burton opens your eyes to the speed and power of ASSIMILATE SCRATCH. SCRATCH is a trusted tool for production environments throughout our industry. This courseware will quickly guide the viewer to a stage of efficient productivity with SCRATCH v6. Sprinkled throughout, among the grading instructions, you will find features unique to SCRATCH. Mike introduces compositing capability that makes client meetings unexpectedly pleasant. Be sure to watch for the renowned speed of SCRATCH as you view this excellent cmiVFX production. After this lesson you will fully understand the powerful XML-based conform features in this wonderful tool. SCRATCH is a welcome addition to any film production and by the end of this lesson you will have a firm grasp on how to use it.