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Jon Shank

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April 22nd 2015
47 Posts
Interpreting > Speeding up for Real Time > Time-Remapping
by Jon Shank 1 year ago
I have a weird workflow. I film mostly in 60p, then I interpret it all to 30p. I then speed it up to 200% so it plays back in realtime but this way I can slow anything down by returning the speed to 1
Banding in Dark Areas after Opening From Camera Raw
by Jon Shank 2 years ago
Can anyone tell me why the sky has banding in the second photo. All i've done is click open from inside camera raw. Both are in 16 bits a channel
Using Dynamic Link with Twixtor
by Jon Shank 2 years ago
Ok so, I have a premier project that is set to export at 23.976. I have footage I shot at 59.94. I have twixtor for after effects. Step 1) I import footage into premiere. NOW should I first interpret
Re: Using Dynamic Link with Twixtor
by Jon Shank 2 years ago
That's a link to this thread
Do you have to interpret footage for slow-motion?
by Jon Shank 2 years ago
Raw footage - 90fps Sequence - 29.97fps I drop the footage into premiere, slow it down with the "speed duration" funtion. Will this take advantage of the 90 frames or does it cut them down to 30 as so
Re: Do you have to interpret footage for slow-motion?
by John Pale 2 years ago
Interesting. Is your 30p sequence true 30fps or is it 29.97 My feeling was that since 90 does not divide by 29.97 evenly, that there might be an issue. Guess that may have been wrong. I don't have any
Adobe CS6 Camera Mapping Projection is Soft
by Jon Shank 3 years ago
Hello, I am using CS6 to do this tutorial https: www.youtube.com watch v=8J1iwmjnpWo The projection ends up being soft and there is also a black jagged line in between the wall and sidewalk solids eve
Re: Adobe CS6 Camera Mapping Projection is Soft
by Jon Shank 3 years ago
What settings do you prefer for Ray Tracing for good quality
Which resizing method yields the best print quality?
by Jon Shank 3 years ago
When resizing an image in photoshop for larger print sizes: Is it better to sacrifice PPI (reduce below 300 to around 240) and NOT use resampling OR Is it better to resample and maintain a 300 ppi (at
Re: Which resizing method yields the best print quality?
by Selen Jain 3 years ago
I guess it would be better to use the resample. You can a related post here - https: www.wpsitecare.com how-to-resize-an-image https: www.clippingpathspecialist.com
Frame Rates: Auto-Conforming and Slow Motion
by Jon Shank 3 years ago
If I have a 29.97 sequence and drop in 119.98 footage (gopro), premiere does a pretty good job of autoconforming the footage to the correct frame rate. Here's my question: If I then slow that footage
Re: Frame Rates: Auto-Conforming and Slow Motion
by Jon Shank 3 years ago
Thank you for the reply and the courtesy. I have been at the brunt end of that know it all but not actually help behavior for so long that I thought I was just being dramatic so I'm glad you pointed i
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Mad Max Fury Road Frame Rate Manipulation
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
So the film often has a sped up choppy look which is said to have been done using dropped frames. "Something like 50 or 60 percent of the film is not running at 24 frames a second, which is the tradit
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Re: Mad Max Fury Road Frame Rate Manipulation
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
Thank you all a ton! Richard you made that so easy to understand thank you very much man
Mad Max Fury Road: Smooth Slowmo and Strobey Fast Action
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
I figured I'd ask this here as well as it could be an editing question even more than a cinematography one. On mad max I found this quote: Something like 50 or 60 percent of the film is not running at
Re: Mad Max Fury Road: Smooth Slowmo and Strobey Fast Action
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
Oh nice, thank you!!
Mixing framerates in timeline (Still don't understand)
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
For some reason I can't seem to grasp this. Say I'm shooting a sports video with one camera. I want the option to slow down any portion of it so I want to shoot ALL of it in 60p. However the end produ
Re: Mixing framerates in timeline (Still don't understand)
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
Up above someone said the cadence putting 60 into a 24 is okay because of a "natural 3:2 pulldown". Is 60 in a 24 timeline good or bad or just okay
GH2 HBR (30P) Interpret as Progressive
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
So I have the moon t7 hack on my gh2. I recently purchased a gopro hero4 black and am looking to start shooting surf videos. I will use the gopro out on the board and the gh2 for some nice shots on th
Re: GH2 HBR (30P) Interpret as Progressive
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
Yes it does! I just have a habit of shortening it to 30p (or 24 or 60) but all my footage is 23.976 or 29.97 or 59.94
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Is this time remapping?
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
In this music video: https: www.youtube.com watch v=7qFF2v8VsaA The speed seems to constantly accelerate up to certain points and then play normal, I think. My eye is too inexperienced to be honest an
Re: Is this time remapping?
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
Also, here is a short bts I found where you can see a few of the shots of him acting. It does look like he is singing in slow motion. It might help you glean more info: https: www.youtube.com watch v=
60fps Slow Motion and Real Time in 24fps Timeline
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
I recently shot a sports related video entirely in 60fps because I knew I wanted smooth slow motion but I only had one camera and couldn't switch back and forth between 60 and 24 frames per second. Ho
Re: 60fps Slow Motion and Real Time in 24fps Timeline
by Jeff Pulera 4 years ago
Hi Jon, The last thing you'd ever want to do is shoot sports action at 24p. Ouch. Shooting 24p is best reserved for "film makers" that are going for that filmic look, then you have to alter the way yo
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What is "baking in" and how do you do it?
by Jon Shank 5 years ago
I am toying around learning Resolve for color grading and everyone says if you have a premiere pro sequence with after effects links you need to bake in effects like speed ramps and warp stabilizer be
Re: What is "baking in" and how do you do it?
by Alex Udell 5 years ago
Effects applied to clips that modify the appearance of the clip in some way beyond it's normal imported appearance need to be rendered in a way that so that if the clip is imported to resolve the clip
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How to cross dissolve when someone is behind an object?
by Jon Shank 5 years ago
https: www.youtube.com watch v=6KBZj0nHCDw&&t=17m17s In this video (at about 17m17s) he uses a cross dissolve to make the two girls disappear. I'm new and I don't think he roto-scoped because it's in
Re: How to cross dissolve when someone is behind an object?
by Tudor "Ted" Jelescu 5 years ago
The scooter is in the same exact spot in both shots, so when the dissolve occurs the only pixels that change are the ones of the girl to the grass - no need for roto work. Tudor "Ted" Jelescu Senior V
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How to do this with just AE and a Green Screen (Picking up objects)
by Jon Shank 5 years ago
In this video: (https: www.youtube.com watch v=XOOmXTxwWG4&feature=iv&src_vid=cq18I1Zd5ks&annotation_id=annotation_557693) Freddie Wong picks up objects in the backgrounds of other videos and moves th
Re: How to do this with just AE and a Green Screen (Picking up objects)
by Kevin Camp 5 years ago
i'd try to grab a still frame from the webcast, take that to photoshop to remove the item. then when i'm compositing myself into the shot, i'd drop the touched-up background in there too. Kevin Camp A
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