Custom Shapes in Color - Final Cut Help
A CreativeCOW Apple Final Cut Video Tutorial
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In this Apple Color tutorial Richard Harrington and guest Robbie Carman will use user defined shapes to form vinettes to perform a secondary color correction. Learn about where primary and secondary color correction really occurs in Apple Color and other tips and tricks.
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