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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 year 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 year 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 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years 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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Photo scanner for documentary work
by Matt Tarpley 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years 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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Composing a 2-camera interview with two subjects
by Matt Tarpley 2 years 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 2 years 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 5 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 5 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 5 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 11 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 8 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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