Eight different tutorials this week... plus the news.
But first, a caution. If you haven't upgraded to Big Sur yet, I recommend you wait a bit longer. The reports I'm getting are that a variety of tools and extensions are not yet ready for the new operating system. If you've upgraded and everything works - great. But, if not, be patient and give this new and major operating system upgrade a bit longer to settle down.
It was Thanksgiving week in the US last week - so not a lot is happening. However, there are a few items of interest.
Hollywood-based Color Intelligence released Colourlab AI to the public last week. Colourlab Ai uses advanced AI models trained specifically for cinematic content to automatically color match footage and suggest variations from a user graded reference clip. It can even use a reference still from any source image. This enables creators to instantly match shots across an edited timeline or hours of unedited dailies in just seconds or minutes. Colourlab Ai is tightly integrated with the world's most popular color corrector DaVinci Resolve and applications like Adobe Premiere, Avid, Baselight and Final Cut Pro.
Foundry is sponsoring a free event this Wednesday: "VFX in 2021: What Works, Who Works & What's Changing Forever." Featured speakers include: Angus Kneale, Mathieu Mazerolle, James Rogers, Erik Windquist, Kathleen Maher and Dr. Jon Peddie. Registration is free.
I've sketched out my next three webinars: Effects in Final Cut Pro X (12/2), Effects in Premiere (12/9) and Ask Larry Anything (12/16). The webinar this week marks my 300th webinar, which just amazes me! Links to all three presentations are on my webinar registration page.