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Studio Photography School Forums General Forum Questions and Answers Possible to use ColorChecker on Video?

Possible to use ColorChecker on Video?

This topic contains 7 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Andrey Mikhaylov 1 month ago.

Studio Photography School Forums General Forum Questions and Answers Possible to use ColorChecker on Video?

This topic contains 7 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Andrey Mikhaylov 1 month ago.

  • #473383
    Nico
    Participant

    ColorChecker seems to be quite useful for commercial photography. Is there also a way to even use it for video productions, or just photography?

  • #473416
    Morten Eriksen
    Moderator

    Hi!
    By colourchecker do you mean for monitor/screen calibration?
    I guess this will work for video aswell. As long as your monitor/screen is calibrated

    Morten Eriksen

    • #473417
      Nico
      Participant

      In photography, ColorChecker helps to create a profile which makes the colors appear as they actually are. This needs a little postproduction.
      Just wondering if it’s possible to do this on video, too

  • #473418
    Morten Eriksen
    Moderator

    I dont know what video editing software you are using, but I guess most of them have colorprofiles you can change i postproduction

    Morten Eriksen

  • #473419
    Morten Eriksen
    Moderator

    I had to check it up. Its the same procedure, just alittle bit more advanced. Its fully possible

    Morten Eriksen

    • #473420
      Nico
      Participant

      So it is possible to do this with ColorChecker? Or is there another tool, made for video?
      I am using Adobe Premiere as video editing software – means I am getting into it.

  • #473421
    Morten Eriksen
    Moderator

    Im not really into video, but according to the colorchecker website it is absolutely possible :-D

    You just have to find the way to change colorprofiles or colorgrade for your own desire :-)

    Morten Eriksen

  • #473456
    Andrey Mikhaylov
    Participant

    Hey Nico,

    You can simply use Lumetry Scopes to check RGB channels (Window -> Lumetri Scopes) and Color Balance effect to tweak it.
    There are a lot of ways to tweak colors in Premiere.

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