Baselight for Avid and NUKE: A Powerful Colour Grading Solution for Windows, Mac and Linux
If you are looking for a way to enhance your video editing and compositing workflow with high-quality colour correction, you might want to check out Baselight for Avid and NUKE. These are plugins that bring the advanced grading tools and features of FilmLight's Baselight system directly into your favourite VFX applications.
FilmLight Baselight for Avid v5.2.11917 and Nuke 11.x v5.2.11949 Win Lnx
Baselight for Avid and NUKE are part of the Baselight Editions range, which also includes Baselight for Final Cut Pro and Baselight for Maya. All these products share the same grading functionality and interface, so you can easily switch between them or collaborate with other Baselight users.
Some of the benefits of using Baselight for Avid and NUKE are:
You can apply complex grades to your shots quickly and easily, using a comprehensive set of tools such as curves, keyers, shapes, filters, grain, denoise, etc.
You can preview the final look of your shots in context, without having to wait for graded renders from the colour suite or apply simple grades that don't match the creative vision.
You can exchange grades with other Baselight systems using the Baselight Grade file (BLG), which preserves all the grading metadata and allows for non-destructive adjustments.
You can render out your shots with full support for almost all Baselight features, including spatial operations and keyframes, directly from Avid or NUKE.
You can access FilmLight's renowned customer support and training, which offer you technical assistance, project advice, online courses, tutorial videos and more.
Baselight for Avid and NUKE are available for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. You can purchase them from FilmLight's web store or try them for free for 30 days. If you already own a previous version of Baselight Editions, you can upgrade to v5 for a discounted price.
Baselight v5 is the latest release of FilmLight's colour grading system, which introduces many new features to promote control, creativity, confidence and collaboration. Some of these features include T-CAM v2 colour space, partial conform, lens distortion, expanded look library and more.
To learn more about Baselight for Avid and NUKE, visit https://www.filmlight.ltd.uk/products/editions/range_ed/index_ed.phpBaselight for Avid and NUKE are designed to integrate seamlessly with your existing workflow, so you can use them as standalone plugins or in conjunction with other Baselight systems. For example, you can start grading your shots in Baselight for Avid or NUKE, then export them as BLG files and import them into a full Baselight system for further refinement or finishing. Or you can do the opposite and import BLG files from a Baselight system into Baselight for Avid or NUKE and render them out with the same quality and accuracy.
Baselight for Avid and NUKE also support collaborative workflows, where multiple users can work on the same project or sequence using different Baselight systems. For example, you can have a colourist working on a Baselight system, a VFX artist working on Baselight for NUKE and an editor working on Baselight for Avid, all sharing the same BLG files and updating the grades in real time. This way, you can ensure consistency and efficiency across the post-production pipeline.
Baselight for Avid and NUKE are not only powerful colour grading tools, but also creative tools that can help you achieve your artistic vision. You can use Baselight's extensive toolset to create any look you want, from subtle adjustments to dramatic transformations. You can also use Baselight's look library to browse and apply predefined looks, or create your own custom looks and save them for future use. You can also use Baselight's layering system to combine different grades and effects, and control their blending modes and opacity. 29c81ba772