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Old June 7th, 2016, 03:21 PM   #76
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Re: X70 Full PP Color Correction settings

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Copy and pasting PP's is also a good way to do back to back comparisons of any setting you want to see at more than one step increments..........say you want to set PP1 to max and PP2 to minimum detail, and toggle the selections.

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Yes....... works great toggling the selections. Great tip!! Went to my grandsons graduation over the weekend which was in a gymnasium. Lighting was average, but.......I shot in 4k and used your CINEMATONE 1 setting with Black Gamma set at +2 High, manual white balance, Iris f5.6 with Gain 18dB. I was concerned about the gain, but the shoot turned out, in a word, Awesome!! I was very surprised with that amount of gain that there wouldn't be some grain. I also shot some partly cloudy outside video as well, I used your Daytime & Low Gain CINEMATONE 1 setting with 0 Gain...... Once again, Awesome!! I can't thank you enough for all your tips and help!! Thanks again, Ray :-)
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Old July 6th, 2016, 03:11 AM   #77
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Re: X70 Full PP Color Correction settings

I have been running a new full time PP for ENG night, based on my STANDARD profile color correction settings. Running those color settings and mode, but with REC709 gamma. So far, I am liking it better than my old standby REC709 PP4 color corrected settings. The colors are much more accurate, and require practically no correction in post when shooting mixed lighting at night, something really tough for these single chip cameras with no multi matrix adjustments. I am posting below some footage i just shot, exported with no color corrections in post, this is how it looks out of the camera, live even. The white balance was a little cold, and was around 4000k for my LED, so that is the yellow tint you see from the car headlights. My primary means of evaluating color corrections at night, is believe it or not, police lights! When you see these every single night, you tend to notice in clips when the color is off.

If you have been using my REC709 settings with success, give these a try and switch back and forth to see if you think the STANDARD color correction values are an improvement. I should mention, I turned off correction value 2 for green, just running RED correction on this. This was hot on Z150, but the PP and settings are fully compatible between cameras.

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Old July 6th, 2016, 01:17 PM   #78
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Re: X70 Full PP Color Correction settings

Paul, I have tried to view your latest sample but the link says this video is "private". HUH?

By the way. I would be great if you could link to a recap of all your latest profiles!!!

I really appreciate the work you have done and I have passed it along to my friends.
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Old July 7th, 2016, 12:26 AM   #79
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Re: X70 Full PP Color Correction settings

Paul, the same for me, I think you've ticked 'private' in YT by mistake
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Old July 7th, 2016, 11:07 AM   #80
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Yep can't see the video. And, where are the new changes you refer to? Are they noted in the video?
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Old July 8th, 2016, 07:30 AM   #81
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Meant to tick UNLISTED. Uploaded a 4K test clip with the new profile.......I didn't color correct it at all, or grade it, this is right out of the camera shot under those ugly weird green/blue/cyan street light. I hate those things!

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