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Learn Adobe SpeedGrade CS6 – Video Tutorials

Danny Greer

Discover how to improve the look of your video projects using Adobe SpeedGrade CS6!

After Adobe acquired Iridas technology in late 2011, many video professionals anticipated these color correction tools would be included in future versions of Creative Suite.  SpeedGrade CS6 does just that, introducing professional color grading into the Adobe post-production workflow.  In the following video tutorials find out how to use Speedgrade’s color correction tools to enhance the look of your videos.

Adobe SpeedGrade CS6 Basics

Jon Carr gives a quick overview tutorial on how to use Adobe SpeedGrade – for Vincent Laforet’s blog.  In this short video tutorial you’ll learn how to:

  • Import footage into SpeedGrade
  • Balance out colors as a primary color correction
  • Use Adobe SpeedGrade presets
  • Working with secondaries
  • Isolating colors
  • Create and color correct isolated sections of the image using masks
  • Apply grading layers to inside or outside of a mask
  • Add a custom vignette

Learn SpeedGrade CS6

SpeedGrade is a new application to the Adobe Creative Suite and they wanted to make sure that users were able to quickly get familiarized with the powerful color grading toolset.  The Learn SpeedGrade CS6 video tutorial series is an breakdown of most EVERYTHING you need to know about the SpeedGrade interface, toolset and workflow.  Below we’ve embedded the information rich Tips and Tricks for Using Adobe SpeedGrade video.  Be sure to check out the other Speedgrade tutorial videos by Adobe as well.

RED Footage with Premiere & Speedgrade

Video pros looking for a complete Adobe Premiere and SpeedGrade workflow for their RED projects will want to check out this Workflow for small projects in Premiere and finish in SpeedGrade.  Once you have your RED project laid out in Premiere open it up as an EDL inside Adobe SpeedGrade to do your intensive color correction work.  Get all the details in this in-depth tutorial: