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    Definitely a lot to learn with this camera. I was testing 100% zebras in ProRes and I think in ProRes I would expose more like a DSLR. In RAW, I think I would still continue to expose to the right like JB has suggested. I'm still struggling to pull solid color out of Log with FCPX/Resolve. One thing I hope is included in the next firmware is guidelines as it would make it easier to frame my shots.


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    To convert Film to Rec709, there's a LUT plug-in coming soon from someone else, but for now at least, try BMCC De-Film, an effect I made, here:

    http://bmcuser.com/showthread.php?14...4437#post44437
    Iain Anderson, Apple Certified Trainer
    http://trainingbrisbane.com

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ranger9913 View Post
      Definitely a lot to learn with this camera. I was testing 100% zebras in ProRes and I think in ProRes I would expose more like a DSLR. In RAW, I think I would still continue to expose to the right like JB has suggested. I'm still struggling to pull solid color out of Log with FCPX/Resolve. One thing I hope is included in the next firmware is guidelines as it would make it easier to frame my shots.
      I find the LOG ProRes in FCP usually needs a second colour correction layer. So the first one turns to 100 and then a second one to adjust to get the right amount of saturation.

      jb

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      • #4
        Originally posted by funwithstuff View Post
        To convert Film to Rec709, there's a LUT plug-in coming soon from someone else, but for now at least, try BMCC De-Film, an effect I made, here:

        http://bmcuser.com/showthread.php?14...4437#post44437
        Thanks for that, it works really well!

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        • #5
          damn that's a busy day in downtown Nashville! Looks like a football gameday. I lived there for 13+ years and miss it very much. Thanks for posting

          I expect you'll have more color-rich output after experimenting with these color corrections.

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