Appendix B. Setting Up a Color Correction Environment
Setting Up Your Room
Choosing Video Hardware
Choosing a Monitor
Choosing Computer Hardware
This appendix is excerpted from Apple Pro Training Series: Encyclopedia of Color Correction, by Alexis Van Hurkman. For editors and colorists who are ready to move beyond the mechanics of Color, the Encyclopedia is a comprehensive reference to the art, techniques, and engineering of video color correction. Available from Peachpit Press, ISBN: 0-321-43231-2.
Before you begin color correcting anything, you need to take stock of the room in which you’re working. Successful color correction requires careful setup of your room, much more so than editing, compositing, or broadcast design typically requires ...