Primary Features Livegrade Studio

Basic Hardware Setup

Basic hardware setup with Livegrade and LUT boxes Video Signals on Set Typical digital film cameras on a film set have HD-SDI outputs for external display and processing of the live image.

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The Main Screen

The main screen of Livegrade contains all primary controls for operating the software.

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Grade Controls

With Livegrade Pro you can interactively change the color appearance of live signals.

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Slot User Interface

The slot UI summarizes all information for a slot, and acts as a tab user interface element to switch between tabs.

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The Device Manager

The device manager contains all controls to setup devices and slots, and represents the core configuration dialog for attached and controlled hardware devices.

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Exporting Shot Information

The shot library can contain a lot of information, that is valuable for other steps and roles in the workflow.

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Media Folders and Record Folder

Media files imported or recorded within Livegrade are stored in a designated “Media Folder”.

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The Image Viewer

The image viewer shows the image of the currently selected shot or the library slot.

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Interactive Router Control

In addition to defining routing presets (see Controlling an External Video Router for more information) Livegrade Studio has a dedicated view for directly controlling a video router and monitor routings visually.  The video router view displays all inputs and outputs of a connected video router, and lets you interactively change routings.

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Scripts and Automation

The application comes with the capability to run scripts from within the application.

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Dynamic Metadata Recording and Export

Dynamic metadata recording Livegrade can record per-frame, dynamic slot metadata fields transmitted via HD-SDI ancillary metadata from ARRI, Panasonic, and Sony cameras together with movie recordings.

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Using the Colorfront Film Grading Mode

Livegrade Studio supports the “Colorfront Film” transform of the Colorfront Engine. From Colorfront’s document “Using the Human Perceptual Model for Multiple Display Mastering”: “The Colorfront Engine is a state-of-the-art parametric color processing pipeline mapping various input formats, including camera original (scene-referred) and graded (display-referred) images, to a wide range of SDR and HDR output formats at […]

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Setting up QTake Interaction

Livegrade Studio can provide look metadata to QTake systems.

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Colourlab Ai Integration

Livegrade Studio comes with built-in integration for Colourlab Ai (version 1.4 or later).

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