Filmmaker and VFX artist with a passion for film that inspire change one small film at a time.
It does not change the original source file. Still non-destructive. Master means it affected the source clip not the source file. So if you used the clip 5 fives in the timeline, the color changes will appear in every instance that clip was used, instead of having to copy and paste that change into each instance. Definite time saver.
Quick question ref tail slate.. I understand why you need to turn it upside if shooting on film, since on film there's no indication of where the take ends, thus inverted slate helps with that visually. But with digital, the tail slate will appear at end of the take. Is there still any good reason to turn the slate upside-down for digital tail slates?