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Color grading

Color grading is the process of altering and enhancing the color of a motion picture or television image, either electronically, photo-chemically or digitally. The photo-chemical process is also referred to as color timing and is typically performed at a photographic laboratory. Modern color correction, whether for theatrical film or video distribution, is generally done digitally.

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With the advent of television, broadcasters quickly realized the limitations of live broadcasts and they turned to broadcasting feature films from release prints directly from a telecine. This was in the days before 1956 when Ampex introduced the first VTR (VRX-1000). Live shows could also be recorded to film and aired at different times in different time zones by filming a video monitor. The heart of this system was the Kinescope, a device for recording a television broadcast to film. The early telecine hardware was the "film-chain" for broadcasting from film and utilized a film projector connected to a video camera.

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As explained by Jay Holben in American Cinematographer Magazine, "The telecine didn't truly become a viable postproduction tool until it was given the ability to perform color correction on a video signal." Today, telecine is synonymous with color timing as tools and technologies have advanced to make color timing (color correction) ubiquitous in a video environment.


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