Some of you may know me from my previous site Studio006. Back in those days (2008-2010) I used to do tutorials as a way to "pay it forward," but I got lazy and stopped doing them. Originally I was very focused on Apple Color, but I also sprinkled in some Final Cut Pro and Compressor.
I wanted to present people with a way to learn it that didn't cost money, was easily sharable, and could be past around from person to person, computer to computer without worrying about copyright and legality. Simply put: I just wanted to help the post-production community learn more about the tools available so they could produce better work. I'm not an expert by any means, but I've got a few tricks up my sleeve. And if I can help someone else avoid some of the mistakes I've made then it's probably worth it.
So I've decided to bring back the Studio006 tutorials under my current brand: Cut | Color | Post, or CCP for short. I am developing a new section on this website called "Tutorials" (see the navigation bar at the top of my site for the link, though the name may change as I'm not married to it). The page is live already but doesn't have much content yet. I'm working on that. Currently, I'm reposting all my old content which is freely available on my Vimeo Channel: Cut | Color | Post (there's also a RSS Feed of the channel available).
I will start posting new episodes sometime this summer focused on a variety of topics from ingesting media, to editing, to color grading (using Resolve and if I take a liking to the new version of Speedgrade then you'll see that as well), to exporting. If you have topics you'd like me to cover or talk about, send me an email or post a comment and I'll see what I can do.
Keep an eye on this blog, the Tutorials section, or the Vimeo Channel for CCP updates. I will post the tutorials in all 3 places whenever they're released.
And please feel free to pass it around. That's why I'm making it.
Cut | Color | Post