Write Your Own SpeedGrade Review

Just a quick note to let you know that you can submit detailed feedback on your SpeedGrade experience now. Our Create your review for SpeedGrade CS6 page just went live.

You can also visit the SpeedGrade forums with technical questions, or just to have a more social experience when you give your feedback!

And, if those aren’t enough feedback options for you, you can officially submit feature requests (and bug reports) on this page here.

Thank you! It takes teamwork to build great software.

Adobe SpeedGrade CS6 color grading software is now part of Adobe Creative Suite, Master Collection, and Creative Cloud.

Adobe SpeedGrade CS6 color grading software is part of Adobe Creative Suite, Master Collection, and Creative Cloud.

 

2 Responses to Write Your Own SpeedGrade Review

  1. It was a good try. But, it’s no where as good as Apple Color. Color is more powerful and easier to use. My biggest problem wiht Speedgrade is it takes forever to export from Premiere. I just use Red Giant plugins. I have a quick turnaround as a sports videographer for ComCast Sports. I can’t waste time send my video out.

    • Eric Philpott says:

      Hi Ralph,
      Play around with SpeedGrade more. We think it’s a really flexible and powerful applications for color correction and look design, but, like all software, it takes time to get used to a new interface and approach.
      The Send to SpeedGrade function in Premiere Pro creates DPX file sequences, so for some projects this may not be the best way to bring your content into SpeedGrade. Have you tried exporting an EDL from Premiere Pro and opening that in SpeedGrade?
      If you have technical questions, please visit the SpeedGrade forums and we can help you there.
      Eric