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Color Management Workflow Tutorial - In AdobeAfter Effects CS3


 









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Index Color Management Workflow Tutorial - In AdobeAfter Effects CS3


1 Getting started
What is color management?
Why use color management in your After Effects projects?
View accurate color and tone when using linear light (gamma 1.0) for compositing
Repurpose material for different output conditions
Work on projects using different computers
Manage footage from multiple sources
View color consistently in other applications
Simulate different output conditions without altering color values in your project
Whatís new?
After Effects 7
Support for a working color space for the project
Support for simulation of a limited number of output options
After Effects CS3
Support for color profile selection in the Interpret Footage dialog box
Support for linear light (gamma 1.0) encoding
Support for color profile selection in output modules
New ICC profiles for commonly used camera negative film stocks and digital
Support for output simulation for a wider variety of camera negative and theater print film stocks
Support for output simulation of commonly used video encodings
Tips for accurate color viewing
Calibrate and profile your computer monitor
Work in a consistent environment
Remove strongly colored objects in your field of vision
4 High-definition video workflow
Workflow overview
Setting up the After Effects project
Importing footage, including still images
(Optional) Editing images in Photoshop CS3
Optional) Simulating output for more accurate viewing
Outputting files
Step 1: Set up the After Effects project
Choose 16 Bits Per Channel from the Depth menu
Choose the HDTV (Rec. 709) ICC profile from the Working Space menu.
Step 2: Import footage, including graphics
For QuickTime DV files
For 8-bpc and 16-bpc raster files
Step 3: (Optional) Edit imported footage or graphics in Photoshop
For 8-bpc or 16-bpc files
For HDR 32-bpc files
Step 4: (Optional) Simulate HD and non-HD output
Step 5: Output files
10 Digital cinema workflow
Workflow overview
Setting up the After Effects CS3 project
Importing footage and graphics
Simulating output for theater projection
(Optional) Editing images in Photoshop CS3
Outputting files
Using the Color Profile Converter effect
Step 1: Set up the After Effects project
Choose 32 Bits Per Channel (float) from the Depth menu
Choose ProPhoto RGB from the Working Space menu
Select Linearize Working Space
Step 2: Import footage, including graphics
For Cineon files
For non-Cineon raster and vector files
Step 3: Simulate output for theater projection
Step 4: (Optional) Edit imported footage and graphics in Photoshop
Step 5: Output files
For HD video dailies
For DCDM (Digital Cinema Distribution Master) format output
Step 6: Use the Color Profile Converter effect for color transforms
For HD video dailies and digital cinema projection
17 Animation/Flash export workflow
Workflow overview
This workflow takes you through the following steps:
Setting up the After Effects project.
Importing footage, including still graphics.
(Optional) Editing graphics in Photoshop CS3.
(Optional) Simulating output for more accurate viewing.
Outputting files
Step 1: Set up the After Effects Project
Choose 16 Bits Per Channel from the Depth menu
Choose the sRGB IEC61966-2.1 ICC profile from the Working Space menu
Step 2: Import footage, including graphics
Step 3: (Optional) Edit imported images in Photoshop
Step 4: (Optional) Simulate final output
Windows RGB
Monitor color
Step 5: Output files
To export SWF
To output to FLV
21 Appendix A: Color spaces and color management
Device dependence
Device independence ó specifying color accurately
Showing accurate color on devices
Project working space
Choosing a project working space
Color space size
For 8-bpc and 16-bpc projects
For 32-bpc projects
Neutral-balanced color spaces
25 Appendix B: Adobe-supplied ICC Profiles
About color profiles
Monitor profiles
Input device profiles
Output device profiles
Project working space profiles
Scene & presentation environment profiles
Limited-range video profiles (HDHDTV (Rec. 709) 16-235, SDTV NTSC 16-235, and SDTV PAL 16-235)
Expand luma levels on import
Maintain luma levels in project at 16-235
Compress luma levels on output
31 Appendix C: Glossary
34 Appendix D: Additional resources







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