Two ColorSynth Tutorials: Replace a Color + Basic Color Grading
Today, we have two new tutorials for Codex ColorSynth to get you up and running quickly with the color grading plugin. These tutorials demonstrate use in Premiere Pro, but ColorSynth is available for After Effects, Final Cut Pro, and Motion, as well.
Codex ColorSynth Tutorial #1: Replace a color
Learn how to replace a color and color grade with ColorSynth using 3 color layers. Create an input grade and then refine the settings. This is a basic overview tutorial to get you up and running quickly.
Codex ColorSynth Tutorial #2: A Basic Color Grade
Learn how to create a look using 4 color layers. Create a base grade and then refine the settings. This is a basic overview tutorial to get you up and running quickly.
Want to see more tutorials? Check out our YouTube Channel.
Innovative Color Grading for Non-Linear Editing Software
Intuitive Color Grading for Adobe Premiere Pro & After Effects, and Apple Final Cut Pro X & Motion.
Simple at first glance, ColorSynth is an elaborate pre-wired network of color processing nodes totaling more than sixty items arranged in a six-layer stack with several sub-layers.
More about ColorSynth
- Review: ColorSynth is a Compelling Color Correction Plug-in
- Codex ColorSynth Overview Tutorial
- Update: Codex ColorSynth & Codex Keys Now for Premiere Pro
Posted by Michele Yamazaki