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would you go 24-frame for glreenscreen if you had a choice?
by Mark Suszko 1 month ago
Trying to settle a difference of opinion. Colleague wants me to shoot his green screen interview subject in 1080 at 24 frames progressive. I think 30 frames makes more sense for quality of the keying
Re: would you go 24-frame for glreenscreen if you had a choice?
by Chris Wright 1 month ago
The framerate doesn't matter. its the shutter speed that will kill you. motion blur is tougher to remove once its burned in, but you can re-add it digitally with reelsmart motion blur or optical blur.
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Robert Olding liked this 1 month ago
Would the 2019 i9 iMac and Premiere benefit from 128GB RAM
by Peter Corbett 1 month ago
Just purchased a 27-inch i9 iMac as a "travel NLE" for nearby city clients. I only bought the base 8GB memory option, and plan to upgrade to either 32GB, 64GB or 128GB aftermarket. Just wondering if P
Re: Would the 2019 i9 iMac and Premiere benefit from 128GB RAM
by Chris Wright 1 month ago
XAVC that will be cpu bottleneck. I wouldn't buy anything that much unless I perused pugetsystems's detailed breakdown of what footage needs what RAM. in what program.
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Samuel Frazier liked this 1 month ago
Will upgrading an underpowered machine' RAM improve performance while grading?
by Christian Jensen 2 months ago
Hi, My question is as stated in the subject. I have a waay underpowered laptop editing canon c200 footage (mp4 4K) at work. The performance is generally okay as I'm editing with proxies, but as soon a
Re: Will upgrading an underpowered machine' RAM improve performance while grading?
by Chris Wright 2 months ago
from what I can gather, the turbo only works on one core, so you're essentially using 4 cores at 1.6 or 1 core at 3.4. Premiere like 6 cores or more. Plus Premiere's grading tools now rely heavily on
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Christian Jensen liked this 2 months ago
Import 12fps precomp into 24fps precomp while retaining 12fps style
by Kory Fenton 2 years ago
I have a series of animations I'm creating for a client at 12fps in AE. The client likes the jittery feel at that frame rate. After the animation, the client wants to fade to their logo bumper... and
Re: Import 12fps precomp into 24fps precomp while retaining 12fps style
by Chris Wright 2 years ago
In the Advanced tab of the Composition Settings dialog box (Composition Composition Settings), choose Preserve Frame Rate When Nested https: helpx.adobe.com after-effects using precomposing-nesting-pr
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Oleg Pirogov liked this 6 months ago
How to achieve this video coloring.
by Kenta Takada 6 months ago
I was wonder how I can achieve this coloring on my videos. What was done to the footage to get this look
Re: How to achieve this video coloring.
by Chris Wright 6 months ago
looks like they just increased saturation, unsharp and raised red luminance.
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Kenta Takada liked this 6 months ago
Which Colorspace Should I be working in?
by James Carver 2 years ago
I'm about to start editing a short film shot with the Sony Fs5 and we shot RAW...I have some VFX shots I need to edit in AE, but have no idea what color space I should be working in I'm mostly using A
Re: Which Colorspace Should I be working in?
by Chris Wright 2 years ago
aw yes, just set AE to none. not only will it work faster, but you won't have to worry about it. AE will passthrough your monitor's color profile which is sRGB or rec. 709(0-255). The FS5 uses slog 2
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Noel Sufrin liked this 6 months ago
2nd monitor stopped displaying
by Stephen Smith 3 years ago
I installed a 2nd computer monitor today. I went to Preferences, Playback and checked the 2nd monitor. Everything worked great. Now all of the sudden it doesn't show up anymore. I shut down my compute
Re: 2nd monitor stopped displaying
by Chris Wright 3 years ago
try changing to color workspace.
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Mike Dorsey liked this 6 months ago
Color Grading Workflow
by Kevin Camin 6 months ago
Would you say this is the correct order of operations 1-3 are global changes. Basic workflow: 1. Correct exposure 2. Fix white balance 3. Adjust Saturation 4. Secondary Corrections: targeted adjustmen
Re: Color Grading Workflow
by Chris Wright 6 months ago
technically its 1. black point 2. white point 3. gamma (you can't have gamma without b w points first) 4. white balance (the 3d balance of black white point and midtones) 5. saturation (you can tempor
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Joseph Owens liked this 6 months ago
Exposing for late afternoon or evening shots
by clyde villegas 7 months ago
I'm using a Panasonic GH5 with v-log. I've read that I should not underexpose to prevent noise (actually, I also get noise with any other camera when I shoot underexposed). How do most professionals e
Re: Exposing for late afternoon or evening shots
by Chris Wright 7 months ago
log is just a word. its how the bits are spread out over a logarithmic curve. in terms of precision, the highest quality point on the log graph is where the curve is exactly 45 degrees(pure linear). t
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clyde villegas liked this 7 months ago
Is 100mbps h264 better or worse than 100mbps Prores?
by Andy Zou 10 months ago
Hypothetically, if both options were available, like a gh4 recording to external media. My assumption is that the h264 will be better, since the Prores must attribute data to the extra 2 chroma channe
Re: Is 100mbps h264 better or worse than 100mbps Prores?
by Chris Wright 10 months ago
according to https: www.apple.com final-cut-pro docs Apple_ProRes_White_Paper.pdf Prores 422 LT is the closest approx for 102mpbs vs 100mpbs. You would think h.264 would have more visible macroblockin
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Graham Withers liked this 10 months ago
Calibrated Environment to Resolve
by Thiery Peleias 11 months ago
Hi, how are you I would ask for help with calibrated environment. I did everything I could. 5 months, testing, reading, seeing recommendations, tutorials and etc ... and I can not get a good result fr
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Thiery Peleias liked this 11 months ago
Re: Calibrated Environment to Resolve
by Chris Wright 11 months ago
https: www.lightillusion.com error.html BT1886 can be a problem on displays with lifted blacks, due to the way it raises gamma in the shadow region. This causes the shadows to become washed-out, which
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Thiery Peleias liked this 11 months ago
Editing Anamorphic 2944 x 2160
by Jonathan Dillard 1 year ago
Hey guys, I'm editing some Arri Anamorphic 2k footage, aspect ratio is 2944 x 2160. If you're familiar with this ratio, you know that once you desqueeze the footage and bring the clips into Premiere,
Re: Editing Anamorphic 2944 x 2160
by Chris Wright 1 year ago
depends what AR you want. 2.39 would be 1920 2.39 or 803. It's always best to work in and export same AR so your text isn't offset. most people do AR 2.4 800(Bluray scope) because some codecs don't su
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Jonathan Dillard liked this 1 year ago
Youtube tutorial channels
by John Johnson 1 year ago
Do you know any youtube channels which focus on Premiere pro tutorials Any kind will do,but i would prefer the more advanced ones though, like those that teach creating certain effects or tricks. The
Re: Youtube tutorial channels
by Chris Wright 1 year ago
i like this channel, VideoRevealed semi-advanced, very useful, short and to the point. https: www.youtube.com channel UCfzAdXeniYhIGlFndHYPiYg videos
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John Johnson liked this 1 year ago
Encoder presets video sizes and convertors
by Fares Mejdi 1 year ago
Hello, this might seem an obvious one for very experienced users, I hope you reply only if you know what you re talking about. ---- I'm not really a very advanced editor, I use premiere, and you know
Re: Encoder presets video sizes and convertors
by Chris Wright 1 year ago
the free converter could be using more delta frame and thus smaller file size. the smaller file size may also be improving disk read speed in playback. also, there's a good balance between resolution
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Fares Mejdi liked this 1 year ago
Premiere Pro CC playback choppy during editing
by Brian Rice 4 years ago
@Okay, here are my computer's specs right off the bat since I know that's the FIRST question anybody will have for me: 15" MacBook Pro, mid-2014 2.5 GHz Intel Core i7 16GB RAM NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2
Re: Premiere Pro CC playback choppy during editing
by Chris Wright 4 years ago
Since a lot of people have been having problems with smooth playback, here's my total "make everything playback smoother" solutions chart. 1. you can try rolling back to an earlier video driver "old d
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Facundo Octavio Ferreyra liked this 1 year ago
Order of effects
by Tom Galli 1 year ago
Aloha all! So I find myself commonly using Noise Reduction, Normalization, and Compression on, well, just about everything. My question is, which is the best order I go back and forth on whether Noise
Re: Order of effects
by Chris Wright 1 year ago
This is the order I do my audio for film. I put effects in order of non destructive. 1. dc offset - offset power errors affects dynamic range so this goes first, a critical pre-alignment step 2. match
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Kalleheikki Kannisto liked this 1 year ago
Sony A7iii is coming!
by Chris Wright 2 years ago
Sony A7iii is coming! $2,000 full frame, new sensor, excellent low light(close to a7sii), better color science, in body stabilization 5 axis, dual memory card slots, mic headphone input, 15 -stops dyn
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Prashant Gandhi12 liked this 1 year ago
Re: Sony A7iii is coming!
by Chris Wright 1 year ago
the reason this camera looks good is the dynamic range. @14:02, its almost 2 stops better than the gh5 with both roughly at the same native iso. and this is in a tiny mp4 file. so your data storage re
Compositing S-log footage round trip back to Premiere: do i lose anything?
by Rhys Sherring 2 years ago
So I've got an edited short film in Premiere. The footage was shot in s-log2 from an a7s ii. So far my method has been to dynamic link Premiere sequences whilst in AE, then export the finished file as
Re: Compositing S-log footage round trip back to Premiere: do i lose anything?
by Chris Wright 2 years ago
tiff is just an image format. slog is just a gamma curve. anything lossless compressed should be fine. even 8 bit as your camera is only 8 bit. the thing is, if you do any de-grain denoise, you'll nee
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Rhys Sherring liked this 2 years ago
Dpx or tiff?
by Paul Rijkaard 2 years ago
Hi I am making a film which includes a mix of cgi material and video. The video is shot on canon c300 in 4k s log 2 The final output of the film will be 2k (2048x1080 @25p) As qt 422 HQ and DCP I will
Re: Dpx or tiff?
by Chris Wright 2 years ago
dpx usually is set in log. EXR is less confusing and supports more metadata. not to mention, staying in linear land where cgi is. cgi is always rendered linear light exr half float(16 bit) in full APO
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Paul Rijkaard liked this 2 years ago
Color grading video shot with default camera settings
by stan welks 2 years ago
Prior to learning to use the settings on my cameras to get out of the default linear curve, everything I have shot for years was based on the default settings of my cameras. Is there anything that I c
Re: Color grading video shot with default camera settings
by Chris Wright 2 years ago
it all pretty much matters on one thing, the dynamic range of the light and the sensor. if you shot soft light and properly exposed and no clipping then they will all be theoretically able to match ea
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stan welks liked this 2 years ago
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