This article lists the current Colourlab AI Shortcuts as of Version 12/04/2020.
In this tutorial, we look at ShotDeck, the Searchable High-Res Movie Database to build references, and to create “decks” for your film.
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In this tutorial, we look at how to save time by just selecting the Versions (algorithms) you need for Smart Match.
In this tutorial we look at how to use the new controls for Saturation, Contrast, and Pivot.
In this tutorial, we look adding Scene Markers with the shortcut M, and removing Markers with Shift + M.
When matching background plates in a VFX workflow, you can turn off saturation adjustments.
In this tutorial, we walk you through how to send Color Match versions to Resolve.
We walk you through how to setup your render output settings in Colourlab AI.
In this article, we walk you through how to set your color management settings
Tips to solve problem communicating with Resolve!
Use markers in Davinci to create Scene Markers in ColourLab Studio
Here are three Mac configurations of minimum requirements to work smoothly with ColourLab AI and Davinci Resolve.
Import your DaVinci Resolve Custom DRX Node Tree into Colourlab Ai
Import the media from DaVinci Resolve to Colourlab
Add and delete scene markers in Colourlab
Import media in ColourLab without using Resolve Import.
Choose Reference Still Folder and Import Reference Stills into Colourlab Ai
Use Reference Stills to Create Looks
Export Looks from Colourlab to DaVinci Resolve with all Grade Version
Set Reference and use it to match with other footage
Here we learn how to organise the clips in our timeline
Need to show a look but want something more at a glance? Use the PDF export function to test grades with clients.
Easy ways to switch between scopes
Quick view on how to export Still Image from Colourlab
Deep view on Primary Color Correction Controls of Colourlab Ai
Quick View how to manage your reference stills, saved looks and LUTs
Quick view on Project Aspect Ratio Setting
Set the right Display Color Space
You can select what the thumbnail is for each clip in your timeline.
Check your project settings, set your shot default look, camera input, pixel aspect ratio, and showlook.
We will guide you through the process of switching from SDR to HDR
The first step after importing your footage to Colourlab Ai, you will be asked to confirm the camera settings. This is the key to making the matching accurate.
Check your program settings out.
You can get much more detail with the algorithms we provide.
Set your project when using anamorphic footage
Colourlab comes with multiple algorithms you can use with your grading.
You can take previously built looks and import them for use.
Quick Start Activation Colourlab
Get started with Colourlab Ai
Here Is A Constantly Updated List
Here we show all the functions of the Colourlab Gallery Section
Need the LUT or the CDL from ColourLab Ai? You can batch export them all.
Your looks might be "off" if you have incorrect settings after creating a look in Colourlab.
Set up your log camera footage correctly.
In this article, we will show the features of all different type of contrast curves that you can use on Look Designer 2.1
In this article, we'll show how you can cancel your plugin's license subscription
Delete unwanted or unused previously imported LUT from Colourlab Ai.