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January 13, 2013, 07:50 PM
With this plugin you can work with Blackmagic Film (log) ProRes files in the FCP7 timeline, seeing them in "video" like the camera's monitoring. No need to render if you enable "Unlimited RT" – set high/medium/low quality depending on the speed of your machine. Or batch export with the LUT (and burn-ins if required) "baked in" to proxy files for editorial.#blackmagic#fcp7#film#lut
January 11, 2013, 07:49 AM
Andy Shipsides from AbelCine once again makes a great video tutorial , where now he shows how to create dailies with a synced sound and applying LUTs in Davinci Resolve 9.#blackmagic design#davinci#resolve#dailies#lut
December 13, 2012, 02:22 PM
Many of the latest camera systems offer either Log or Raw recording modes that give us the most possible information out of the camera. These features are great at keeping the original camera ‘negative’ as clean as possible, but at the same time they can leave your image on set looking very flat and boring. This is where the use of Look Up Tables (LUT) comes in, which are offsets that allow you to manipulate your image and create a look without effecting the camera originals.#color#camera#lut
December 10, 2012, 09:10 PM
A LUT, or look up table, changes color from one value to another based on a list of values. For video and motion graphics, a LUT is useful for matching footage from one source to another (i.e. a 3D render to live action film), for visual effect (i.e. vintage film emulation), or for output preview (i.e. film stock, digital projection, and DVD).#color#lut
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