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Final Cut Waveform Monitor

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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2009

The Waveform Monitor shows you the relative levels of luma and chroma saturation in the clip currently being examined. These values are displayed from left to right, mirroring the relative distribution of these levels from the left to the right of the image in the frame. Spikes and dips in the displayed waveforms correspond to hot spots and dark areas in your picture. Saturation: this option is available in the Waveform Monitor. With saturation disabled, the waveforms display only the luma of the selected video signal and appear to be a series of lines or dots. A well-exposed picture will have lots of white dots at all different levels. A poorly-exposed picture will tend to have all the dots clumped in just a part of the scope.

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