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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis explains the difference between Luma Curve and RGB Curves and shows how to use the RGB Curves to increase the brightness & contrast of a show while also affecting the color channels. In the next tutorial Andrew will show how the RGB Curves effect can be used to colorize a shot.



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Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 61 Color 14 RGB Curves 1
by Jamie Steedman
I just wanted to check to make sure I understood this properly... at 1.17 in the video when you are talking about the difference between the luma corrector/curves and the RGB curves you say 'if you feel that over all the colour was good enough to start with then you might then say that RGB curves are going to suit me better'. Do you not mean if you feel that the luma was good enough to start with then the RGB curves will suit better? I'm just wondering because it doesn't make sense to me why you would affect the RGB curves if you were happy with the colour.

Thanks!

Jamie Steedman
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by Andrew Devis
Hi Jamie

Thanks for the pick-up - I've not checked, but it certainly sounds like you have understood correctly and I probably mixed up my words! Something I do all to often these days ...

Thanks again and all the best :o)
Andrew

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