lyris1 at gmail.com
Wed May 29 09:00:26 BST 2013
If the banding is in the source itself (and not being created during
intermediate editing/grading steps) then you might have to look at AviSynth
or similar, which would involve exporting an AVI file (or image sequence)
and applying a filter such as Gradfun2dMod or Gradfun3. AviSynth probably
does have a somewhat steep learning curve if you're used to GUI
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On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 5:11 AM, Ken Robinson <flight4 at gmail.com> wrote:
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> Talking of codecs....
> Just dealing with a movie shot on 5d2... edited natively on Premiere Pro
> CS5.5... And now looking to get rid of the banding from the native edit.
> I have now tried:
> exporting (from CS6) to Pro Res 422HQ, LT and 444 via CS6
> Fiddling with all the settings... IMHO complete rubbish, with 444
> being absolutely unusable.
> Had a quick look at Cineform Studio... Its ok, but no better than MPEG
> stream Clip generating Pro Res LT or PR444
> I then made a quick PRLT from the original footage and placed on a CS6
> timeline, then re exported to prores as if I was going to send to Resolve
> for colour correction...
> I am so severely underwhelmed with CS6's ability to deal with Prores that I
> think I will have output DPX directly from the CS6 (native edit) and grade
> Or else, I suppose, recode everything via MPEG Stream and re-conform the
> edit in FCP7.
> Anyone had success exporting something in high quality to go to Resolve
> that isnt as heavy as DPX...
> But I did find out that Magic Lantern have a firmware that allows RAW video
> from a 50D.... (bit late now).
> All comments and mud throwing gratefully welcomed.
> Ken Robinson
> (lost in patagonia)
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