10) Try the Fast Color Corrector instead.
11) Right click the first clip, select Copy. Right click the subsequent clip(s) and select Paste Attributes. (However, an effect across multiple clips is probably better handled with the new Adjustment Layer feature.)
12) I don't think you can.
12) Shift + back arrow / forward arrow is step back/forward 5 frames. How can I change that to 1 second instead of 5 frames?
Change your sequence frame rate to 5 fps. ;P
Kidding! Sorry, like Jim said, don't think you can do it.
12) Nope. Good feature request!
Cheers all. had a quick look at Fast Colour Corrector. Also had a look at this tutorial on 3 way http://www.video2brain.com/en/lessons/redesigned-three-way-color-corrector which is useful in as much as it spells out changes from 5.5 so at least demystifies some of the elements of it even if it doesn't tell me how to use them.
But i'm simply going to have to spend some time trying to wrap my head around it. I think i was lucky in FCP as my grading needs were limited and so their 3 way colour correction set up was so simple. Aside from the wheels it literally had 3 slider bars under each wheel to raise or crush blacks/mids/highlights and then a saturation slider under that to make everything a bit richer after making it perkier. Then done.
it's like moving house. I really like the new plot, great street with wonderful neighbours who don't think i'm square because i wear hush puppies and don't theink their cool because they call their footwear earth avoidance devices and stick them on their knees because they can... but I really miss my garden shed, the letter box and the double glazing and wish I could have brought it with me.
There's a lot to be said for caravans I guess.
>Also had a look at this tutorial on 3 way http://www.video2brain.com/en/lessons/redesigned-three-way-color-corre ctor which is useful in as much as it spells out changes from 5.5 so at least demystifies some of the elements of it even if it doesn't tell me how to use them.
My goal in that video was definitely to show the experienced user of Premiere Pro CS5.5 how things had changed.
Richard may have done a better job here of showing how to actually use it:
Here's a collection of resources for color correction and grading in Premiere Pro:
I don't have new CS6 resources in there, but nealry all of the material is still relevant, especially since you've already seen the video about the changes from CS5.5 to CS6.
thanks Todd, appreciate that. I realised the CC video wasn't targetted at my needs at the moment but was still a help. And I joined Lynda yesterday so thanks for those links, will have a play.