Dailies in Assimilate SCRATCH

Dailies in Assimilate SCRATCH

 

Throughout the past couple of years, Assimilate SCRATCH has become the #1 tool among professionals for today’s on-set dailies workflows.

If your production requires excellent metadata management, highspeed background transcoding, superb audio sync capabilities, or solid color science for look transfers on-set, while keeping a maximum of flexibility and operating speed - there is hardly a way around SCRATCH for Dailies.

Instructor Kevin P McAuliffe covers everything from project and system setup, through audio syncing, LUT-application and metadata QC all the way through rendering and reporting, so you can get your assistant editors the dailies they require.

About the instructor

Kevin is an award winning editor and visual effects creator based in Toronto with over 15 years of teaching and training experience. Over the past years Kevin has delivered world-class work for clients such as Warner Bros, Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Fox, Universal and Elevation Pictures.

Who is this course designed for?

  • DITs
  • Conform Artists
  • Editors
  • Colorists
  • Visual effects artists

Lessons Overview:

  • Lesson 01: Overview
  • Lesson 02: System, User And Project settings
  • Lesson 03: Media Browser
  • Lesson 04: Audio sync
  • Lesson 05: Color Luts
  • Lesson 06: Exporting
  • Lesson 07: Metadata reporting

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We set up Scratch because it's significant faster than Resolve when it còmes to setting up workflows and transcode footage. Looking forward to watch this course!

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On 9/24/2019 at 11:22 AM, Tom Evans said:

We set up Scratch because it's significant faster than Resolve when it còmes to setting up workflows and transcode footage. Looking forward to watch this course!

I'm doing VFX plates now with S9 and it is very effective compared to Resolve and all the conform side is extremely fast.

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