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Using Scopes During Color Correction

Ok, you finally have some editing with Final Cut Pro under your belt and have completed a few projects that were pretty impressive, now it's time to get those segments broadcast ready! Up until this point you have been eyeballing your video to ensure that skin tones don't look orange and to make sure what should be white isn't blue, but to make sure your viewers are seeing what you're seeing, you need to learn to use the scopes.

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The scopes in Final Cut Pro are very effective in showing the distribution in luminance, color balance, saturation, and the color range of your clips, giving you the information that you need to adjust the controls of the color correction filters.

Eyeballing has gotten you this far, but now it's time to get precise. Check out this tutorial on color correction in Final Cut Pro.

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