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  1. Online Session hosted by Mazze Aderhold Wednesday, May 20th 10am Los Angeles | 1pm New York | 7pm Berlin Register here: https://www.assimilateinc.com/join-webinar/ What is this online event about? This online session we will not only highlight why you want to do dailies in SCRATCH, but also show you how to do it. Mazze will walk you through the complete dailies process – from import to export, incl. all the advantages that come with it. You’ll walk out of this online session, fully prepared to start a dailies job on SCRATCH. Also we will have Ansgar from the COPRA team to show the latest features for v5 their web dailies platform! Dailies in SCRATCH: • settings & project creation • importing clips • offloading • import of ALE/EDL • Media Browser Tool • LUT/CDL loading & matching • audio sync (TC-based + manual sync) incl. LTC • metadata QC + Scene/Take • dailies grading + RAW decode options • color management (i.e. monitor HDR and SDR side by side) • timeline automation • output tree with different deliverables and metadata burn-ins • output filenaming + preset creation • render check / QC reports • import offline clips into Avid, incl. all clip metadata • COPRA Dailies Platform - new Version Demo • Q&A The event is free for all attendees. The content is designed for DITs, colorists and finishing artists. We will also record the event for you to watch later. Please send your questions, comments and feedback to: info@assimilateinc.com Cheers, Mazze
  2. Hi everyone, this time we have a 2-part tutorial about the burn-in in SCRATCH. What you'll learn: - setup your output tree with a burn-in node - add clip metadata - add watermarks - add frameguide and letterbox overlays - save and load user-defined burn-in presets - use the burn-in as a virtual overlay on your preview screen Enjoy! Mazze
  3. Hi folks, since Pomfort and I basically live next door to each other here in Munich, we sat down together a while back and have developed a nice workflow to transfer looks from LiveGrade to Silverstack and from there to SCRATCH: http://pomfort.com/news/2016/08/livegrade-pro-silverstack-assimilate-scratch-one-seamless-workflow/ For everybody working on-set with either LiveGrade or Silverstack (or both), this might be pretty interesting - enjoy:
  4. Hi folks, since Pomfort and I basically live next door to each other here in Munich, we sat down together a couple weeks back and have developed a nice workflow to transfer looks from LiveGrade to Silverstack and from there to SCRATCH: http://pomfort.com/news/2016/08/livegrade-pro-silverstack-assimilate-scratch-one-seamless-workflow/ For everybody working on-set with either LiveGrade or Silverstack (or both), this might be pretty interesting - enjoy: Cheers, Mazze