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    Prometheus was graded using Resolve. I wouldnt think it would be version 9 so probably version 8

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    Last edited by Taikonaut; 06-16-2012, 05:08 PM.

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    What did you make of Prometheus? Did you see it in 2 or 3 D? I don't usually enjoy 3D, but the only showing that I could attend was 3D. I was really impressed by the 3D composition... it's miles ahead of anything I've seen before. Avatar included.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Taikonaut View Post
      Prometheus was graded using Resolve. I wouldnt think it would be version 9 so probably version 8

      http://www.blackmagic-design.com/pre...eleaseID=31027
      Version 9 wasn't released - and in an alpha phase - so it would be strange if they would grade it on version 9

      Also it is great that they used Resolve, but they don't tell if it was the MAC/PC version, or the Linux one which is a completely different animal.
      Knowing the technical background - EPIC 5K source files and 3D which alone would need multiple Red Rocket cards - this seems like the Linux version.
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      • #4
        I can almost guarantee it was a Linux rig. Any post company on that level has the big guns.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Cheezweezl View Post
          I can almost guarantee it was a Linux rig. Any post company on that level has the big guns.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Paul Stephen Edwards View Post
            What did you make of Prometheus? Did you see it in 2 or 3 D? I don't usually enjoy 3D, but the only showing that I could attend was 3D. I was really impressed by the 3D composition... it's miles ahead of anything I've seen before. Avatar included.
            I have seen Prometheus twice. Partly because I wanted to see it in 2D and 3D. I never thought I would enjoy 3D but after this experience my views have changed. The 3D was subtle and worked really well I thought. Even the way the opening titles popped out a little was awesome. Just goes to say never say never.

            As for the film-> lots of good, lots of bad. .
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            • #7
              I thought Avatar was made very well in 3D. The problem I've had since is that those films haven't, or have been converted from 2D. Needless to say I don't agree with the idea of converting to 3D. You could never recreate the 3D scene to the level that it is if you simply shot in 3D. I saw Avengers in 3D first and I found it to be distracting, and I couldn't focus on the whole scene at once, which is what you can do with photographs and 2D films. I saw it again in 2D and found it more enjoyable.

              I saw Prometheus in 2D, twice. Now I wish I saw it in 3D

              The biggest issue I have with 3D films is that they take away your instant perception of the entire frame. Your eyes are darting around a 2D plane but converging only on one or two objects within that frame, leading you to missing half of what's going on.

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              • #8
                I saw Prometheus in 3D and I can't say it added much at all to the experience. Gorgeous visuals no doubt, but if the 3D doesn't add depth or involvement to the experience then what's the point?

                The footage looked terrific though.

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