Matching Hue In Final Cut Pro
When I was a producer for an outdoor sports show, the most common, reocurring problem we had in post was derived from the fact that 80 percent of the time, we had little or no control over lighting conditions when shooting interviews guerrilla style in the field. The fact that we conducted most of our interviews non-linearly, resulted in much of our "seamless" footage not appearing uniform.
Well, the same can hold true for a shoot with multiple cameras. Unless under very controlled conditions, not everyone will pull the same color balance or assess their lighting conditions in the same manner. The Match Hue color correction feature in Final Cut Pro 5 can help you bring some uniformity to those shots that appeary choppy, but should be seamless.
Check out this tutorial on how to use the Match Hue feature and when not to use it!