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In this colour correction tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the tools in After Effects both to get excellent colour matching result in After Effects and also to provide information that can be copied into Premiere Pro to more quickly and intuitively achieve better colour matching in Premiere Pro than can easily be achieved with the present set of tool in Premiere Pro (recorded with CS5.5).

Andrew shows how to use both the right tool and specific colour channel views to visually match the channels to achieve the best results quickly and effectively. Use this to match footage from different cameras as well as matching elements to be composited into your composition so that they look as if they really belong together.



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This is a follow on tutorial to Premiere Pro: Matching Cameras and shows how to use the After Effects information and copy that into Premiere Pro.




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