Sound & picture post facility. Fairlight Xynergi for audio & Resolve for picture post.
February 19th 2008
How is grading in Resolve better? by Mike Thomas 1 day ago My grading experience is limited to using the basic tools found in most NLE's. I'm looking for reasons that Resolve is better in this department than say Sony Vegas which has a lot if not all the same
Re: How is grading in Resolve better? by Michael Gissing 1 day ago As the Edit and Fairlight sound pages develop, Resolve will be a viable alternative edit tool to Vegas but a better grade tool. Potentially a better sound tool as well but I am a Fairlight user so I k
So many ways to color correct... by Duke Sweden 2 weeks ago Every time I go on Youtube these videos pop up on how to Color Correct in DaVinci Resolve. They all involve different methods. Curves, color wheels, etc. I was wondering, is it a matter of whatever yo
Re: So many ways to color correct... by Michael Gissing 1 week ago Marc Wielage "BTW, whenever I'm asked, I always tell clients not to shoot at a rate greater than 5:1" I agree but there is a certain doco mindset that says " I have the budget for UHD and want to sho
More "demystification"... by Bill Davis 2 weeks ago I'm trying to stay out of this because in both software engineering and color theory - I'm pretty much an idiot. I'm just an end user, and HAPPY to be one. But this has blown up so much - that I'm fas
Re: More "demystification"... by Michael Gissing 1 week ago Bill Davis "It REALLY felt like another "here we go again" on this subject to me: Magnetic Timeline: READY-FIRE-AIM Trackless Audio: READY-FIRE-AIM NOW it's "Apple has screwed up color correction in
Demystification: A Parable by Simon Ubsdell 2 weeks ago Imagine, if you will, an apartment building. It has roughly 25 and a half floors (probably designed originally by Charlie Kaufman, who knows ), but only around 20 of these floors are actually used by
The Color Wheels Mystery - Demystified by Simon Ubsdell 2 weeks ago Here is a follow-up video that brings together some of the points Oliver and I have tried to explain on this forum and also offers a clearer explanation of the how and why of what we are seeing. https
More regarding the New X Color Tools... by Bill Davis 2 weeks ago Steve and Mark have just posted a new MacBreak studio that some here might enjoy watching regarding the practical application of the new FCP X color tools. https: m.youtube.com watch v=VYpPruMgRtU FWI
Add timecode to audio tracks??? by Michael McCune 2 months ago Frame sequence codecs do not of course include audio tracks. But frame sequences are sometimes desirable and can easily be created in the Delivery page in various flavors. But of course the audio is l
Re: Add timecode to audio tracks??? by Michael Gissing 2 months ago Michael McCune " But the audio lost its pairing with the timecoded video due to transcoding the video into a frame sequence format which of course has no audio channels." When the video was transcode
360-degree video by Oliver Peters 2 months ago Is there really much of a market in the general, entertainment world for posted (not live) 360-degree video I know it has value for scientific, educational, cat videos on YouTube, etc. But is the comm
Re: 360-degree video by Michael Gissing 2 months ago I have colleagues in Sydney who are doing some great and innovative work with VR 360 and they have tried some interesting ways to get narrative into the 360 space by using floating 2D panels. I can't
Avid + Resolve = Tired Pixels by Eric Santiago 2 months ago Working on a feature originally shot on RED DRAGON. Long story short I am dealing with DNxHD in Resolve (HD) and getting a washed tired output to BluRay. To be honest it looks better on the BluRay usi
Re: Avid + Resolve = Tired Pixels by Michael Gissing 2 months ago With the monitor you are grading on, did you view the bluray to see if it was the same gamma as the original grade. The question is if you are getting a difference and what might be done to fix that.
Where to place the LUT in the flow? by rtl Tsulker 3 months ago Hey Guys, Where is the most effective place to put LUT in the flow Some colorists place it before all the corrections.. some place it in the end (on top all the primary and secondary). I would love to
Re: Where to place the LUT in the flow? by Michael Gissing 3 months ago I tend to do the three node technique as well. I'm shooting with Blackmagic cameras and the LUTs work in the three node mode. Node two is the standard Blackmagic LUT so I have pre and post LUT tweakin
Re: Feature edited and finished in Resolve 14 by Tony West 2 months ago Michael Gissing "There is a whole world where the pressure and the bulk of the post budget is in the grade, VFX and sound, so to not look for speed and budget advantage in that area is bad business."