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DIT & Engineering workshops are focused on the tools, technology, and science of modern cinema. These classes are designed for ACs, DITs, post professionals, and anyone interested in digital cinema. Each workshop covers a specific topic, with each one building on the last. Online workshops may be purchased individually, or choose to buy a combo package and save.

When you enroll in an online workshop, you get access to that workshop for three months. You’ll be able to download videos of recorded classes, as well as the instructor’s presentation and other course materials.

This workshop demonstrates the methods and tools used to match cameras. Focus will be on white / black shading, camera painting controls, matrix adjustment, and paint box remote control.

Price: $99.00 for 3 months

Designed as an introduction to Log recording and its applications, this class will teach participants about the various forms of Log, which offer extended dynamic range and versatility in post, along with unique challenges. Both technical and aesthetic implications will be explained, along with practical examples of how to expose for Log.

Price: $99.00 for 3 months

This workshop demonstrates the methods and tools used to calibrate a monitor. Focus will be on white point adjustment, color & contrast adjustment, and the tools used to analyze a monitor.

Price: $99.00 for 3 months

LUTs (Look Up Tables) can be very important when shooting in Log modes, and this class will demonstrate the process of creating LUTs for cameras like the ALEXA, Sony F3, and RED Epic, along with how to apply them in post. Participants will go through the step-by-step creation process using both hardware and software methods.

Price: $99.00 for 3 months

Further expanding on the curriculum of On Set LUT Creation 101, this class explores the creative side of LUT design as well as apply LUTs in different post production applications.

Price: $99.00 for 3 months

Focusing on the theory and reality of color, this workshop covers how color is created both in our eyes and in the digital world. Topics such as color space, color gamut, subsampling, bit depth, luminance, and various color standards will be covered, along with a discussion of how color may differ between various camera models.

Price: $99.00 for 3 months

As its name suggests, this class covers the use of waveforms and vectorscopes on set, with a focus on both technical and practical knowledge. Other tools such as false color, zebra lines, and histograms will also be discussed, along with live demonstrations of how to use scopes to match two different camera systems.

Price: $99.00 for 3 months

Combining theory and practical examples, this workshop explores the use of several Raw formats including Arri Raw, Red Raw, Sony Raw and CinemaDNG. Raw recording can offer flexibility in post, as well as some complications, so viewers will learn the specifics of downloading Raw materials and the software used for conversion into video.

Price: $99.00 for 3 months