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The Coloristos ColorCast
Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production
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April 19, 2015 11:41 PM PDT

In this Episode of the ColorCast, the Coloristos take you though part 1 in a 2-part series on this year's announcements at NAB 2015. They cover many of the new features in Davinci Resolve 12 including the re-designed interface, 3D keyer, 3D tracker, discrete alpha output, revised timeline, VST/AU plugin support, and Resolve Color Management. They also discuss the new color tools and improvements in Adobe Premiere, Digital Vision Nucoda, Baselight Editions for Nuke, and Autodesk Flame & Lustre.

Thoughout the discussion they also consider how all of these new tools will be impacting post-production, as many tools evolve more and more into self-contained "super-apps", and as automated color tools and shot matching technologies allow artists of all experience levels to do more work, faster, and with less effort.

The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.

The Coloristos are:

Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.
Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.
Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.

March 19, 2015 11:20 AM PDT

In this Episode of the ColorCast, the Coloristos discuss their predictions for NAB 2015, and what they think will be big topics at the show, including the continuing transition to UHD/4K, the rise of HDR, the impact of the Alexa MINI, along with the possibility of Davinci Resolve 12, and the viability of a mid-range control surface.

They also take a "one year later" look at the AJA Cion and Blackmagic URSA cameras, as well as how systems like Assimilate Scratch, Digital Vision Nucoda, and Filmlight Baselight, are continuing to evolve their feature set and pricing to accommodate the current climate in post-production.

The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.

The Coloristos are:

Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.

Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.

Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.

February 05, 2015 08:46 PM PST

In this Episode of Coloristos 1on1, Josh interviews Duck Grossberg, a Los Angeles-area DIT who has been working on-set on major feature and broadcast television projects since the early days of the RED ONE. He and Josh discuss the current state of being a DIT, his favorite cameras to work with, and what he thinks the future holds for DITs going forward.

The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.

The Coloristos are:
Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.
Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.
Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.

November 27, 2014 06:14 PM PST

In this Episode of the ColorCast, the Coloristos discuss the current state of professional and consumer displays for grading and finishing. They talk about the rapid evolution of the display market over the past two years, and how technologies like OLED and LCD have finally taken over from long-time standards like Plasma and CRT.

They touch on several different models that are making headway as the new standards in post-production, and how emerging requirements like UHD, 4K, and HDR will likely affect your next major monitor purchase. Finally, they discuss the age-old question of whether or not technology has finally opened the door to more affordable color-accurate options, and what the minimum requirements should be for any display used in color critical work.

The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.

The Coloristos are:

Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.

Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.

Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.

June 29, 2014 02:23 PM PDT

In this Episode of the ColorCast, the Coloristos discuss client supervised grading sessions and how to make the most of them. They cover important points on client interaction and time management, as well as learning who your key decision-makers are, and how to keep them confident in your abilities and grading workflow.

They talk about the challenges of working in person, as well as remotely, and also go over tips for reading body language, arranging your suite, and developing a grading vocabulary, that will help you guide your clients toward their creative goals, while minimizing revisions, and staying on budget.

The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.

The Coloristos are:

Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.

Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.

Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.

April 11, 2014 01:26 PM PDT

In this Episode of the ColorCast, the Coloristos discuss a number of major announcements live from the show floor at NAB 2014, including Resolve 11, the Blackmagic URSA camera, Cintel Film Scanner, AJA CION camera, Flame/ Flame Assist 2015, Baselight Dailies, and new pricing for Digital Vision Nucoda and Nucoda Look.

They also cover major trends affecting both production and post, from new ProRes support on Windows for Assimilate Scratch and Quantel Pablo RIO, and on Linux for Resolve, along with the continued push toward the Cloud with Media Composer|Cloud, Adobe CC, and Scratch 8, and subscriptions with Media Composer and Smoke 2015.

The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.

The Coloristos are:

Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.

Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.

Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.

March 13, 2014 03:23 PM PDT

In this Episode of the ColorCast, the Coloristos talk about LUTs and their use in post-production. They cover the basics of 1D and 3D LUTs, including how they're built, their various applications in a post pipeline, and the requirements for using them correctly.

They also discuss the origins of LUTs from their early application as a film color science tool, to their more recent, wide-spread use as a way to transfer, as well as commercialize, creative looks for use in color grading.

The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.

The Coloristos are:

Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.

Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.

Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.

January 20, 2014 11:55 AM PST

In this Episode of the ColorCast, the Coloristos benchmark the 2013 Mac Pro and discuss it's performance results compared to a 2010 12-Core model with Resolve 10 using a number of different GPUs in both OS X Mountain Lion and Mavericks.

They cover the pros and cons of buying a 2013 Mac Pro versus upgrading a 2010 machine, and discuss the major points that colorists and online editors will want to consider before purchase including 4K Playback, RED debayer, and Sapphire OFX plugin performance.

Full test details, along with a downloadable PDF of the test results is available on LiftGammaGain.com:

http://liftgammagain.com/forum/index.php?threads/new-mac-pro-resolve-benchmarks-d700-vs-d500-vs-2010.2256/

The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.

The Coloristos are:

Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.

Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.

Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.

October 13, 2013 02:18 AM PDT

In this Episode of the ColorCast, the Coloristos discuss online editing and grading for broadcast TV, including passing QC, managing deadlines, and working efficiently under pressure. They also cover emerging trends in the industry, from online distribution and "all-at-once" delivery, to a new generation of editorial and color tools that are facilitating the rapid adoption of feature film workflows into high-end episodic television.

The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.

The Coloristos are:

Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.

Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.

Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.

August 12, 2013 09:18 PM PDT

In this Episode of the Coloristos 1on1, Juan interviews Andrea Chlebak, lead DI colorist for the new sci-fi action film "Elysium". Andrea breaks down her ACES workflow, tells us about her techniques for keeping focused, and shares what it's like to grade Matt Damon's big blue eyes. All that and much more.

The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.

The Coloristos are:

Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.

Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.

Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.

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