Uroš Raztresen (2011) Color correction in digital video editing. EngD thesis.
In the diploma is presented a method for additional video corrections, captured with several recording devices. The described procedures lead to unified video recording, especially from the point of view of color corrections. In the whole concept of video production which consists of several factors, color coordination has a very important or even a crucial role since this is the only way to show the viewer a unified video recording. The correct settings of recording devices before the recording itself are crucial. The rest of the procedure is shown as a part of additional editing or postproduction. To execute a project as I have undertaken it, a great deal of knowledge on technique, present in the entire concept of video production is required. That is the reason why I started by studying literature on color systems, factors that influence color recognition in a computer and their adjustment and modification. Second important section is precise knowledge of recording devices and studying their characteristics, technical specifications and capabilities. Each of the devices that I used was specific for the specified video segment. That is why their combination was even more difficult. In the last and the most important part of the diploma belongs video editing with suitable program tools. The greatest challenge of the entire project was the set of tools from the Adobe CS5 group, a part of which is also the Premiere PRO CS5 which was used for all of the work that follows video capturing. I studied the key functions of the program that was used to perform the color corrections and also other methods of the video editing. The results, given from observation of computer activity were mutually compared and I concluded that several factors can affect the difficulty of the work for the computer. The mere fact that each recording device was different by specification and technical characteristics affected the final product, conversion and the size of individual files.
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