Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

18 Presets The Style Magic Bullet

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • caminostereo
    replied
    Originally posted by SRsupport View Post
    That is good news.
    Thanks for all the work! I know it must be hard without a nice legalizer.
    Maybe If you would like we should ask Gv to include your new presets in the next Edius release. Or make them available as a bonus.
    In that way even people who don't visit the forum (yes there are still some around ) will have the nice presets.



    Steve

    Ok friend, it would be great that the new presets part of the new EDIUS either within the plataform or as an extra bonus is taking very well while I keep my folder credit STEREOVISION welcome ... I give you my permission, greetings friend

    Leave a comment:


  • SRsupport
    replied
    That is good news.
    Thanks for all the work! I know it must be hard without a nice legalizer.
    Maybe If you would like we should ask Gv to include your new presets in the next Edius release. Or make them available as a bonus.
    In that way even people who don't visit the forum (yes there are still some around ) will have the nice presets.



    Steve

    Leave a comment:


  • caminostereo
    replied
    Originally posted by SRsupport View Post
    Using these presets indeed present a problem . All color becomes illegal.

    If you use the vector scope you see it crystal clear. That is why magic bullet out of Ae uses a legalizer at the final stage to bring everything within specs.
    This is not entirely possible in Edius .

    Steve
    I am posting the new "40 Presets At Style Magic Bullet" version 2.0, this time will be fully legalized all presets .. These will be within the margins allowed for legalization of color as they were checked with the VectorScope /WaveForm and Video Monitor "SD" and "HD" ... These new 40 presets that delivers tomorrow are totally perfect with much more aspect that the presets earlier ... Thanks for your concern, Greetings

    I would like to make a request that I would delete this post ... Because tomorrow will publish a new post dealing with this subject
    Last edited by caminostereo; 03-27-2008, 01:13 AM.

    Leave a comment:


  • Rusty
    replied
    The presets are so nice! I intend to flash them around during an upcoming editor shootout. Just to make some feel bad. (tee hee)

    Here's a short example of Color Reversal in use.

    Thanks again for the great presets, and all your time invested to make them!

    Leave a comment:


  • mattmatt
    replied
    Thankyou for the presets! A lot of work has gone into them, so well done.

    I noticed you have the blend filter embedded in some of them (eg, nightime for block colour) is that so we can keyframe the effect? Otherwise, why didn't you just use block colour?

    Just curious :)

    Leave a comment:


  • SRsupport
    replied
    Originally posted by Andy View Post
    >Just put the YUV filter last in the chain with "safe colors" checked.
    >This will make the footage legal.


    Actually no it won't ... at least not to a valid spec that any or all broadcaster will accept.
    A valid signal is one that is within color gamut and remains legal when translated into any other format. A valid signal is always legal, but a legal signal is not necessarily valid. Enabling "Safe Color" in the YUV filetr or any of EDIUS's other correction filters may contrain the footage to a YUV safe color range but will not contrain the colors within YRGB gamut.

    The above is noted solely as info for those who might unwittingly use the Safe Color checkbox on a correction filter thinking that it will give them "broadcast safe" output.
    Using these presets indeed present a problem . All color becomes illegal.

    If you use the vector scope you see it crystal clear. That is why magic bullet out of Ae uses a legalizer at the final stage to bring everything within specs.
    This is not entirely possible in Edius .

    Steve

    Leave a comment:


  • narik
    replied
    thank you VERY MUCH!

    Leave a comment:


  • rdigital
    Guest replied
    Originally posted by caminostereo View Post
    Fixed, now you can choose the 27 preset Magic Bullet for the version you have of EDIUS is "3.xx" or "4.xx" and import folder presets "STEREOVISION" and ready

    Here is the link:

    http://rs210.rapidshare.com/files/10...S__MBULLET.rar

    I accounts as you did ... Greetings

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Application of the "Safe Color" is not necessarily applicable in all cases ... This is a excepciòn because it is generating a color texture to achieve the closest possible to assimilate 99.99% (if not 100%) to the original presets of Magic Bullet ...

    I understand this is a valid argument, but not necessarily applicable in all cases and that his had not been activated achieved desired texture, if you want the original presets Edius 4 "Sepia Type 1", "Sepia Type 2" check if this activated safe color as not appreciating what this because by this time it is generating a color and texture not to correct a color ... Greetings
    AWESOME....Thank you very much caminostero....I've tried your presets with other built in preset like old movie and the look turned out very nice. Now, I have to experiment to make the footage look more like a film-look. Any suggestions on the settings? Muchas gracias!

    Leave a comment:


  • caminostereo
    replied
    Originally posted by rdigital View Post
    I was able to import the presets on my palette effect. I placed a video sample on the timeline and dragged the preset on the video. I've activated the filter box on in the palette information. I've noticed that when I checked the properties of the preset in the palette information, the effects' settings were set to default normal conditions (i.e. color correction all set to 0) and no modification to change the video-look. I hope I'm making sense....I'm very excited to see your effects....I hope you can help me..thanks..
    Fixed, now you can choose the 27 preset Magic Bullet for the version you have of EDIUS is "3.xx" or "4.xx" and import folder presets "STEREOVISION" and ready

    Here is the link:



    I accounts as you did ... Greetings

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Application of the "Safe Color" is not necessarily applicable in all cases ... This is a excepciòn because it is generating a color texture to achieve the closest possible to assimilate 99.99% (if not 100%) to the original presets of Magic Bullet ...

    I understand this is a valid argument, but not necessarily applicable in all cases and that his had not been activated achieved desired texture, if you want the original presets Edius 4 "Sepia Type 1", "Sepia Type 2" check if this activated safe color as not appreciating what this because by this time it is generating a color and texture not to correct a color ... Greetings
    Last edited by caminostereo; 03-27-2008, 12:49 AM.

    Leave a comment:


  • Bassman
    replied
    Andy,

    Thanks for this info.

    I don't understand what the "safe" in safe colors does then.

    Could you please explain some more, because I thought I was told to use this checkbox to ensure the video would be restrained for broadcast.

    And if there is a better or proper way to make sure everyhting is valid and legal, please let me/us know.

    Thanks

    Leave a comment:


  • Andy
    replied
    >Just put the YUV filter last in the chain with "safe colors" checked.
    >This will make the footage legal.


    Actually no it won't ... at least not to a valid spec that any or all broadcaster will accept.
    A valid signal is one that is within color gamut and remains legal when translated into any other format. A valid signal is always legal, but a legal signal is not necessarily valid. Enabling "Safe Color" in the YUV filetr or any of EDIUS's other correction filters may contrain the footage to a YUV safe color range but will not contrain the colors within YRGB gamut.

    The above is noted solely as info for those who might unwittingly use the Safe Color checkbox on a correction filter thinking that it will give them "broadcast safe" output.


    Camino, excellent job on these filters ... many many thanks for sharing your time and talent so generously.
    Best
    Andy
    Last edited by Andy; 03-21-2008, 06:50 AM.

    Leave a comment:


  • rdigital
    Guest replied
    Originally posted by caminostereo View Post
    Wonder what I say before climbing presets with the probe edius 3.6 functioned normally and the looks

    Tell me one thing beam achieved import presets on your palette effects of EDIUS 3 ...?, activated filter box in the palette information?
    I was able to import the presets on my palette effect. I placed a video sample on the timeline and dragged the preset on the video. I've activated the filter box on in the palette information. I've noticed that when I checked the properties of the preset in the palette information, the effects' settings were set to default normal conditions (i.e. color correction all set to 0) and no modification to change the video-look. I hope I'm making sense....I'm very excited to see your effects....I hope you can help me..thanks..

    Leave a comment:


  • caminostereo
    replied
    Originally posted by rdigital View Post
    I've tried using the presets on my edius pro 3 with sample video and there seems to be no effect. I can't see any change on the video. Pls. help....thanks....

    Wonder what I say before climbing presets with the probe edius 3.6 functioned normally and the looks

    Tell me one thing beam achieved import presets on your palette effects of EDIUS 3 ...?, activated filter box in the palette information?

    Leave a comment:


  • rdigital
    Guest replied
    I've tried using the presets on my edius pro 3 with sample video and there seems to be no effect. I can't see any change on the video. Pls. help....thanks....

    Leave a comment:


  • caminostereo
    replied
    Originally posted by Rusty View Post
    Really nicely done presets. No doubt a major time investment.

    Were these created for SD? There are several presets with the Region filter in odd locations for HD projects. Not a big deal to re-save as HD dimensions.

    Thanks!
    Most of the filters are applying for resolution (SD) and (HD), only some 1 or 2 are for (SD), but that friend oneself adjusts and adapts for use in dimensions (HD), all filters are customizables yourself ... Greetings
    Last edited by caminostereo; 03-02-2008, 10:19 PM.

    Leave a comment:

Working...
X