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Old August 8th, 2009, 06:29 AM   #1
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Rolling Shutter plugin

Dragging this up to the 5DM2 forum from the EX1 forum..

just in case you need this...

http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/sony-xdca...tion-plug.html
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Old August 10th, 2009, 07:18 PM   #2
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This looks like a sweet plugin...if you have After Effects!!

Thanks for the info. Ray; much appreciate it.
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Old August 11th, 2009, 07:24 PM   #3
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Very cool looking plugin.
It always cracks me up when someone shoots a street scene (or similar) when a car drives by and it looks like it's falling over backwards due to the skew.
Only drawback is, of course, like any motion stabilization, you will loose a bit of resolution as you zoom in to loose the edges it creates.
Still, nice tool for the toolbelt.
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Old August 14th, 2009, 02:00 PM   #4
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just to add a bit of info to this thread:

direct link: The Foundry - Overview

the Rolling Shutter for AE has a 15day, fully functional watermark free demo.
You can buy a single user license for $500, or license it for a period of time - at about $4.25 USD per day with the CAVEAT of a $100 USD minimum
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Old August 15th, 2009, 01:26 PM   #5
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Only drawback is, of course, like any motion stabilization, you will loose a bit of resolution as you zoom in to loose the edges it creates.
Not true for Deshaker, this virtualdub plugin has the very nice feature that you can use previous and future frames to fill in the borders, so there is no zoom or resolution loss. It also does a very good job at fixing rolling shutter (the moving camera created kind); I use a rolling shutter correction from 65% to 75%.

Also, instead of virtualdub I use Video Enhancer
Video processing, enhancement and compression
which is a versitle program that runs virtualdub plugins. The advantage of Video Enhancer is that it can use Cineform for both input and output, which leads to a very easy workflow.

By using the previous and future frames to fill in the borders you lose the last part of the clip, by the number of frames used for the correction; typically 30 frames (so shoot an extra second). Also the audio needs to be moved the 30 frames, which is corrected in post.

I've used this for quite a bit of aerial work to smooth things out and the quality is amazing. I think this might even work for hand held run and gun journalism if you take care to shoot as smoothly as possible and maybe up the shutter speed a little.
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Old August 15th, 2009, 02:30 PM   #6
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> The advantage of Video Enhancer is that it can use Cineform for both input and output, which leads to a very easy workflow.

Hm why should that not be possible with the original VirtualDub? I employ this workflow (from and to Cineform AVI) all the time with VirtualDub.. no need for "Video Enhancer"..
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Hm why should that not be possible with the original VirtualDub? I employ this workflow (from and to Cineform AVI) all the time with VirtualDub.. no need for "Video Enhancer"..
Good to know - I must not have tried hard enough.
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