Colourlab Ai integrates the important and powerful Scope Tool.

There are two very simple ways to switch between four types of different Scopes.

1.Switch by clicking on the viewer 

You can switch between the four different Scopes by directly Clicking on the Scope Viewer.

The four types of Scopes are:

1. Waveform: The waveform is used to evaluate the RGB pixel values by overlaying values on top of each other. When they are overlapping the color turns white to indicate that they are identical.

2. Parade: This view separates Red, Green, and Blue channels into its own third and so allows a better view of individual RGB values

3. Dual Waveform: Helps you compare values between your source and reference. You can recognize this mode by a yellow line in the middle that splits the view into the source on the left and reference on the right.

4. Dual Parade: is perfect for fine matching source and reference images and for accurately comparing values of each RGB channel. You can recognize this mode by three yellow vertical lines.

5. Ed Lachman Zones:  Developed by Ed Lachman, ASC the EL Zone system is a tool for displaying exposure values using stops

6. Dual Ed Lachman Zones: Helps you to match source and reference images and for accurately comparing exposure values. 









2.Switch by clicking on Cog Icon 

You can switch between the four different Scopes by Clicking on the Cog Icon and then select the type of Scope you need.



3.Ed Lachman Zones Legend

When you are viewing the Ed Lachman Zones or Dual Ed Lachman Zones by checking the Legend checkbox you can enable a guide tool that helps to understand what the Ed Lachman Zones colors mean


4.Tip - shortcut ' ~ ' (tilde) 

Here a little tip to always switch back to scopes and match the shot, in a very simple way you only need to press ' ~ ' (tilde) on your keyboard, and no matter in what window configuration you are at that moment Colourlab Ai is always going to switch to scope view and reference view. If you pres tilde again - it will show the quad view that shows, log, REC709, ShowLUT, and Full Look.




We hope this tutorial has been helpful to you.

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