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Getting Started with HDR in Final Cut Pro X

January 16 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM PST

High Dynamic Range video is now all over Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and Vimeo. In December of 2017, Apple released Final Cut Pro X 10.4, which includes new color correction tools, along with an HDR color pipeline. In this webinar, we’ll walk through the basics of HDR, from setting up your Library to your final delivery.

  1. HDR Monitoring for FCPX
  2. Setting up an HDR Library
  3. Project Settings for HDR
  4. Grading for HDR
  5. The HDR Tools Effect
  6. HDR Metadata for Export


Patrick Southern

Patrick is the Chief Workflow Engineer at LumaForge in Hollywood, CA. He previously worked as an Editor and  Assistant Editor on documentary projects for A&E, National Geographic, and the Lifetime Movie Network. You can find him on Twitter at @jpsouthern or at lumaforge.com.

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