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Review: Scone Looks

November 30th, 2010 · No Comments

If you purchased Final Cut Studio then you have Color installed on your computer and can use these useful presets right away and create better looking video instantly. If you use Color and understand the application then this purchase is a no brainer. It will give you so many instant fresh looks it is great. One of the great things about these presets is the fact if you make a change to it you can always save that version as your own preset and build to your library of presets. Now if you have never opened the application I suggest you purchase a couple of great training DVDs to learn Color better. Look into Complete Training for Apple Color from Class on Demand. After you understand Color better these Scone Looks will be just a click away from turning your regular video into something special.

SCONE LOOKS™ come with 400+ Color Grades, Primary Grades, Secondary Grades and ColorFx presets for use within Apple Color. These Looks work with progressive and interlaced footage. SCONE LOOKS™ can be modified and combined in endless ways to suit your specific footage and project needs.

There are so many applications to wrap your head around if you are an Independent video editor it is impossible to become a master at them all. If you get these Scone Looks you are one step closer to mastering Color from Apple. The best way to understand how Bob came up with the look is to deconstruct the preset…there are over 400 presets that you can learn from and build on to. Scone Looks is Now get to work my busy editors.

If you want to see another example of these incredible presets in action head over to Digital Juice and check out a great tutorial Introducing Scone Looks.

The one thing I’m confused about is the price. You can get it at Class on Demand (the official site) for $110 or over at Digital Juice for $55. You decide and I apologize to COD, just keeping it real yo! That a promotional deal that expired and was not taken down.

Tags: Apple · Filmmaker · Software

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