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Matt Tarpley

Applications Technician at University of North Carolina
Member Since:
February 16th 2012
28 Posts
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Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Area
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LUT for C100 mark ii -clog
by Matt Tarpley 1 month ago
I am trying to color correct a documentary teaser shot on C100 Mark II in Clog. After reading as much as I could find online, I have installed the clog LUTs from Abel Cine on my machine. CxxxLog10toCi
Re: LUT for C100 mark ii -clog
by Chris Wright 1 month ago
premiere clips with luts as they are first in the pipeline, so I'd add a lumetri above and get the image into range. as to using video or RGB levels, that depends on how you shot it.
Upgrading to CC 2019 mid-project
by Matt Tarpley 8 months ago
I am in the middle of a feature length documentary and need to upgrade to Premiere Pro CC 2019. Are there any precautions that I should take when upgrading in CC Will I be prompted to rename my projec
Re: Upgrading to CC 2019 mid-project
by Walter Soyka 8 months ago
Just be sure to click "Advanced Options" when installing Premiere CC 2019 and unselect "Remove old versions." If you've already uninstalled an old version, you can re-install it this way: https: helpx
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Removing Warp Stabilizer
by Matt Tarpley 8 months ago
I'm working on a feature length documentary and have 200+ hours of footage where I've exported hundreds of sequences for our team to use for review. I used warp stabilizer on a number of clips and am
Re: Removing Warp Stabilizer
by Jon Doughtie 8 months ago
Hundreds of hours of footage and hundreds of sequences is more likely the reason your project file is so big, as opposed to Warp Stabilize. I routinely render my Warp Stabilized shots and save the sta
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Matt Tarpley liked this 8 months ago
Photo scanner for documentary work
by Matt Tarpley 10 months ago
Hi all, I am working with a very small team on a doc feature. We are about 95% finished with filming and are now we are beginning to collect photos and news articles, etc. From researching scanner typ
Re: Photo scanner for documentary work
by Matt Tarpley 9 months ago
Thanks so much Steve for the helpful info. Most of our originals are going to be weathered photos, probably nothing more than 8x10 max. I appreciate the advice!
Moving files to make space on an external drive for a large documentary project
by Matt Tarpley 11 months ago
I am part of a team who has been shooting a racing documentary for the past year. Here is a quick summary of how I've organized and backed up our footage: I am using a 4TB external drive for all of ou
Re: Moving files to make space on an external drive for a large documentary project
by Joby Anthony Jr 10 months ago
Correct. For storage, anything big enough of any speed is sufficient. Keep faster drives like RAIDS for editing. Also, for simple shelf storage, I ll even go past the 85% rule. Joby.
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Matt Tarpley liked this 10 months ago
Composing a 2-camera interview with two subjects
by Matt Tarpley 1 year ago
I was doing documentary work over the weekend, and ran into a bit of a debate with another shooter. We had a 2 -camera setup and were interviewing a couple (where each of their heads was roughly on th
Re: Composing a 2-camera interview with two subjects
by Matt Tarpley 1 year ago
Hi Mark, I appreciate your feedback and I think we're in good shape either way, as the eyelines work in both cases. Sorry that I'm replying months after my original post, we've been busy and I forgot
Canon EF 24-105 Lens is noisy
by Matt Tarpley 4 years ago
Hello All, Have any of you Canon shooters run in to grinding noise when shooting video wth a Canon Zoom 25-105mm lens Until recently I only experienced normal IS noise while shooting video and slight
CTB gels plus umbrellas?
by Matt Tarpley 4 years ago
Hello All, I am working on a shoot where I have a mix of outdoor light and incandescent lights. I plan to gel the lights with 1 2 or full blue to balance with the outdoor light, but I'd also like put
Re: CTB gels plus umbrellas?
by Matt Tarpley 4 years ago
Thanks Todd & Mark. I really appreciate your feedback. The room that I'm shooting in has big windows on two sides so there will be a ton of sunlight and hopefully I'll only need some balanced lights t
Audio file changes pitch when import
by Anders Lilkaer 10 years ago
Hello again I've tried to import various types of audio files, .wav. .Acc, Aiff - same filetypes made from diffent programs also,.. But the sound is rather down-pitched, when i play ram-preview in AE
Re: Audio file changes pitch when import
by Matt Tarpley 7 years ago
I had the same problem and tried a variety of audio settings in AE with no luck. I ended up reducing the quality of the wav file in an audio editor and re-importing in AE. I have moderate experience w
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