Toggling between Scopes

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Jul 29, 2022 Jul 29, 2022

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Second picture shows three different colors in the first picture is combined to get a one picture. Is there any toggling switch to do this?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 30, 2022 Jul 30, 2022

The first scope is a Parade, in RGB ... an RGB Parade. You see the image in three passes, the left side is the Red channel, middle is Green, right is Blue. And it's incredibly useful to see the image and compare for color balance at any one spot left to right in the image.

 

You can get something similar to the second one by adding a second scope, a Waveform. In several different forms. I tend to use the Waveform in YC no chroma, as a completely "clean" tonal look of the image.

 

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The first scope is a Parade, in RGB ... an RGB Parade. You see the image in three passes, the left side is the Red channel, middle is Green, right is Blue. And it's incredibly useful to see the image and compare for color balance at any one spot left to right in the image.

 

You can get something similar to the second one by adding a second scope, a Waveform. In several different forms. I tend to use the Waveform in YC no chroma, as a completely "clean" tonal look of the image.

 

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Thanks for the explanation.

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I tend to have the Waveform (YC no chroma) and Vectorscope on the top, and RGB Parade the bottom half of the Scopes panel.

 

As I use a separate monitor for Transmit Out, I keep the program monitor pretty small and the scopes panel big.

 

For many things, the scopes are far more accurate, and important, than your eyes.

 

Neil

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