SpeedGrade provides you a Snapshot view that lets you quickly capture and save still images of clips. You can then use these images as reference, or compare to other clips using a split screen.
You can also import TGA images from other applications such as Adobe Photoshop to use as a reference for color corrections and grading. For more information, see Matching a Photoshop grade.
The Snapshot Browser provides an easy way to store and view images that you save. You can later reference and access these images for your color-grading work.
Position the master playhead on the required clip in your footage, and click the Snapshot icon in the Monitor panel. You can also use the keyboard shortcut Shift+C.
You can view the snapshot side-by-side on the Monitor view in a splitscreen mode. To turn off the Snapshot View, click the Snapshot icon again.
The saved snapshot is saved as a TGA file along with a JPG thumbnail preview (160x45 pixel). You can view the saved images using the Snapshots browser.
The Snapshots browser provides a collapsible treeview structure with multiple tab support.
The snapshots are stored in the following default locations on your computer file system:
You can access the snapshots from these locations to share the images.