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  • Originally posted by Note Suwanchote View Post
    If you don't like people to post then it's probably best not to view this thread.
    This thread is titled "URSA 4.6K Footage". There's plenty of other threads to complain about shipping times or whatever else. Bumping this thread other than for discussion of footage or the posting of more footage is (surely understandably) annoying. Posting "where is more footage?" is useless. It will be here when ready. Useless posts won't make it happen any sooner, and it's also annoying when this thread gets bumped for it.

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    • Originally posted by Steven Abrams View Post
      This thread is titled "URSA 4.6K Footage". There's plenty of other threads to complain about shipping times or whatever else. Bumping this thread other than for discussion of footage or the posting of more footage is (surely understandably) annoying. Posting "where is more footage?" is useless. It will be here when ready. Useless posts won't make it happen any sooner, and it's also annoying when this thread gets bumped for it.
      I pm'd you. Let's not escalate this any further. People (and myself included probably) will continue to post here but I understand where you are coming from. I get notifications of messages all the time.
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      • Originally posted by John Brawley View Post
        What do we think then ? Should we not post anything about the fact that cameras are being tested ? Better not to know ?

        I get it and I know it's frustrating. But onve the camera is shipping you can bet there's going to be a ton of free advice from those that have used it and gone before you. Maybe it's worth being a little less dispiriting ?

        I haven't really delved deep into low light yet, but my instincts say it will be marginally improved on the existing 2.5k.

        Noise is better and the 4.6k res also helps reduce the perception of noise too.

        jb
        Well see what happens next week.
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        • Originally posted by John Brawley View Post
          my instincts say it will be marginally improved on the existing 2.5k.

          Noise is better and the 4.6k res also helps reduce the perception of noise too.

          jb

          I would agree with this.
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          • Tom has posted a couple of still images from the 4.6K sensor on Twitter, be sure and read the comments associated with the post:

            https://twitter.com/duophonix/status/669040638982270976

            Edit: this was also posted in the other thread on footage started by Roman. Sorry, I was away this morning and just noticed the Twitter post before reading anything on the forums. I should have looked harder to see if it was already posted! Colour me overly enthusiastic with footage finally making an appearance.
            Last edited by rick.lang; 11-24-2015, 02:02 PM. Reason: .

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            • whats up yall. i just did 6 months in prison im back. ursa mini 4.6k aint out yet?
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              • Well you have missed a few things, particularly the double whammy by RED, first the Raven 4.5K and then the Scarlet-W 5K. These are both originally targeted to ship in February but maybe we shall see production footage from all three in March, so you still have time to steal some candy from a baby and have another three month 'vacation' before anything exciting happens it seems.

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                  • A very short short of a deer friend who jumped by this week shot by an URSA Mini 4.6K PL with SLR Magic 50mm APO prime. Of course you know the video colour on my computer is better, but what can I do?

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                    • Originally posted by rick.lang View Post


                      A very short short of a deer friend who jumped by this week shot by an URSA Mini 4.6K PL with SLR Magic 50mm APO prime. Of course you know the video colour on my computer is better, but what can I do?

                      https://vimeo.com/168494711
                      Hi Rick,
                      You have nice pets in your garden...

                      Did you try to export as DNXHD? For me on a PC colours look identical then. With H264 export I get a colour shift.
                      Great you got yours.
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                      • I could certainly try that. Which flavour would you recommend of DNxHD? I uploaded ProRes 422 to Vimeo. Even on my computer, I can see some differences in colour from my raw timeline and the ProRes files I generated on Deliver.

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                        • I use DNxHR HQ, but there shouldn't be a difference to other DNx codecs in terms of colour and contrast.
                          After the export I loaded the renderfile to Resolve to compare and didn't find a difference.
                          Christian Haake / cinematographer / Austria / www.christianhaake.net / Reel: https://vimeo.com/208444259

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                          • Christian, I generated a DNxHD HQ file with Quicktime, but Quicktime 10 and Quicktime 7 won’t play it on my iMac. Do you know a player that supports DNxHD on Apple’s El Capitan OS X 10.11? I generated the DNxHD as a Quicktime wrapper, not Avid MXF. Player will probably do it, but if I recall correctly, I had to rebuild someone’s laptop who was using that since it is involved in the installation of insidious spam software which I don’t want infecting my new computer. I rebuilt someone’s system after I reformatted the hard disk and they’re happy without it.
                            Last edited by rick.lang; 05-29-2016, 12:44 PM.

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                            • Originally posted by rick.lang View Post
                              Christian, I generated a DNxHD HQ file with Quicktime, but Quicktime 10 and Quicktime 7 won’t play it on my iMac. Do you know a player that supports DNxHD on Apple’s El Capitan OS X 10.11? I generated the DNxHD as a Quicktime wrapper, not Avid MXF. Player will probably do it, but if I recall correctly, I had to rebuild someone’s laptop who was using that since it is involved in the installation of insidious spam software which I don’t want infecting my new computer. I rebuilt someone’s system after I reformatted the hard disk and they’re happy without it.
                              Hi,
                              I'd really like to help, but as I'm a PC user I can't as I'd wish.
                              I use the VLC Media Player for PC and it works flawlessly.

                              Here's the download link for Mac:
                              http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-macosx.html

                              Good luck!

                              Ah, another thing you can try is to upload the DNxHD file to Vimeo. After transcoding you can compare the file to your timeline.
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                              • Thanks, Christian. I'll look into that player.

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