Working on my two most recent webinars, covering
in Final Cut Pro X and Premiere Pro CC, gave me an opportunity to learn a lot more about these high-end media files. So, this week, I'm sharing what I learned with you. Not just in these two webinars, but in
seven new articles
and videos to give you a better understanding of what these new formats are and do.
My lead story is "
The Basics of High Dynamic Range Media Explained
." This illustrates the three key components of HDR media, as well as shows how this can be used inside typical HD projects.
Growing out of HDR, but separate from it, are terms like "
," and "
." These represent media formats and tools which are especially useful in maximizing the quality of our images. So, my second article this week is "
Understanding Raw, Log, and LUT files
The driving force behind these articles are my two HDR webinars. Last week, I covered "
Using HDR Media in Adobe Premiere Pro CC
." I was fascinated to discover that there are substantial and significant differences between how Premiere and Final Cut handle HDR media. This webinar shows you what you need to know now to make the most of these new formats in Premiere. While you'll find the links below, here's the link to "
HDR in Final Cut
," while this is the link to "
HDR in Premiere
As I was researching the Adobe HDR webinar, I discovered that Adobe has an unpublished
Compression Guide to HDR
media. Adobe gave me permission to share it with you; you'll find it below in the Articles section. I also created three excerpts from the Adobe webinar. These links, too, are in the Articles section.
Webinars are taking a couple of weeks off while I research other subjects to share with you. I'll let you know in my newsletter when the next one is scheduled.
is happening now in LA. I'm attending and hope to have something to share with you next week. Otherwise, its the middle of the summer - not a whole lot going on... except intense development as companies get ready to launch new products at IBC I look forward to chatting with you next week. In the meantime,