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Plamen Petrov November 25th, 2006 06:53 AM

Saving DV Rack Capture AVI
 
Hi,
I am new to DV Rack. I made some custom adjustments of contrast, brightness, chroma, phaze in DV Rack panel. But then, when I watch captured AVI files, I see that they are raw, i.e without any changes applied.
So, how can I apply contrast, brightness, chroma and phaze changes to captured AVI files, so they to be processed with my settings???

Cary Lee November 28th, 2006 06:44 PM

You do it in your NLE and not in DV rack...It is intented to give you what is exactly being recorded on tape or Hard drive..it is not a NLE.

John Miller November 28th, 2006 08:40 PM

You may wish to try our Enosoft DV Processor. It does exactly what you want - i.e., you can correct white balance, phase etc etc in real time during the capture process....It has a waveform monitor, vectorscope etc. It works on live DV sources as well as precaptured files. It can also work from one DV device to another without having to capture anything.

Plamen Petrov November 29th, 2006 05:43 AM

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Originally Posted by John F Miller
You may wish to try our Enosoft DV Processor. It does exactly what you want - i.e., you can correct white balance, phase etc etc in real time during the capture process....It has a waveform monitor, vectorscope etc. It works on live DV sources as well as precaptured files. It can also work from one DV device to another without having to capture anything.

I downloaded it, but it is just a capture software. Where is the waveform monitor, vectroscope, etc? There are not any correction options there.

John Miller November 29th, 2006 05:57 AM

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I downloaded it, but it is just a capture software. Where is the waveform monitor, vectroscope, etc? There are not any correction options there.

Please look at the Help file provided (version 0.18). When you open the file, you will see a screen shot. In the lower part is the "Proc Amp" and it shows the waveform monitor and vectorscope. You can click on the picture in the Help file to take you to the more detailed explanation of the Proc Amp.

Cary Lee November 29th, 2006 05:48 PM

That is why serious magics dvrack was the first to come up with everything...you can download the demo for free at seriousmagic.com. there are 2 versions one for SD and the other is for HD. PS they are now part of adobe family of products. There is also some tutorials in the website if you already own it. But you should be able to adjust all you settings on your camera before you shoot so you don't have to do too much in post.


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