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Old September 15th, 2010, 12:05 PM   #1
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Sharpening in post or camera?

Hi there,

I return to you again oh wise ones!!

I have shot most of my projects with the sharpening off. I have read various reasons to do this and a lot of recommended PP's suggest doing so too. Plus I thought if you are going to down convert for Standard Definition DVD then the results are better, less aliasing.

I noticed somebody on another forum saying they add a tad of sharpening in post. I'm using Final Cut Pro. Just wondering if anyone does the same and the best sharpening filter to use???

Thanks guys
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