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Avid Express Pro Color Correction

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Understanding how to use the different waveform monitors inside your Avid application is essential to proper color analysis. You first need to understand the difference between the YC waveform monitor and the Y waveform monitor and when to use them. The most common is the Y waveform monitor is used to analyze the blacks, whites and midtones. This is most common scope to use to match scene brightness across your cuts and make sure that you are within the safe limits of broadcast. The YC waveform is best used to check your chrominance values. These are your chroma and luma waveforms but you should never use the YC waveform to detect luminance because it can be very difficult to detect luminance with the chroma wave in your sight. The blue-green waveform shout not exceed 110 IRE for NTSC and never fall below -20 NTSC. Keep these tips in mind and you will be on to effective and accurate color corrections in Avid Express Pro.

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