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  • i really dont get how people are fixing color balance in after the cineon conversion. Its too flat for me. Anyone have any tip? Basically i am doing Cineon (Flat) lut > cineon conversion to FPE.
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    https://www.youtube.com/jsfilmz

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    • Some more GoPro aerial footage with the Impulz LUTs. It's the stuff I posted screen grabs from a couple of weeks ago.
      Lots of jello in there. Didn't know about the trick with the ND filter back then.


      https://vimeo.com/105431281
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      • Originally posted by jsfilmz View Post
        i really dont get how people are fixing color balance in after the cineon conversion. Its too flat for me. Anyone have any tip? Basically i am doing Cineon (Flat) lut > cineon conversion to FPE.
        Normally you would grade "under" your output LUT so you can see the actual results.

        So your node list would look something like this:
        Node 1 - Cineon (Flat) LUT
        Node 2 - Colour Corrections
        Node 3 - FPE LUT

        All 3 nodes are in place when you make changes to Node 2.


        Personally I prefer setting up my structure like this:
        Node 1 - Basic colour correction (Exposure and White Balance)
        Node 2 - Cineon (Flat) LUT
        Node 3 - colour and saturation adjustments
        Node 4 - Grade, power windows, etc
        FPE LUT on my Output in the Project prefs
        Adam Roberts
        www.adamroberts.net

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        • Originally posted by Adam Roberts View Post
          Normally you would grade "under" your output LUT so you can see the actual results.

          So your node list would look something like this:
          Node 1 - Cineon (Flat) LUT
          Node 2 - Colour Corrections
          Node 3 - FPE LUT

          All 3 nodes are in place when you make changes to Node 2.


          Personally I prefer setting up my structure like this:
          Node 1 - Basic colour correction (Exposure and White Balance)
          Node 2 - Cineon (Flat) LUT
          Node 3 - colour and saturation adjustments
          Node 4 - Grade, power windows, etc
          FPE LUT on my Output in the Project prefs
          So basically you do your exposure and WB in bmd film log image still correct? Thanks.
          My Youtube Channel
          https://www.youtube.com/jsfilmz

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          • Originally posted by jsfilmz View Post
            So basically you do your exposure and WB in bmd film log image still correct? Thanks.
            Correct but while viewing it through the 2 LUTs. So what I see when doing my exposure and WB changes already has the look of those LUTs applied.
            Adam Roberts
            www.adamroberts.net

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            • If your doing RAW adjustments the exposure setting shouldn't matter I believe.
              www.lightformfilm.com
              https://vimeo.com/suwanchote

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              • on the vision color website, there is a tutorial on how to process the footage to receive a so called "digital negative"..there they describe to use neat video to remove the noise, and after it adding some noise. i guess this is only for high compressed footage like h264.
                did someone tried that out and can tell if this really brings better results?
                and if yes, would it make sense to do this with RAW/dng footage or Prores footage out of the bmcc?
                GRÉGORY

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