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  • Colour Matching Canon XHA1 and HV20

    I have a Canon XHA1 and I am thinking of buying the much smaller Canon HV20 as a second camera. Has anyone had experience in colour matching these two cameras in Edius? The Canon Forum has posts on this subject and one said " I had a look at Premiere and found the Color Match effect can transfer color information from one image or clip to another" so I'm interested to know if we have anything similar in Edius.
    Regards,
    Don

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    Originally posted by The Don View Post
    I have a Canon XHA1 and I am thinking of buying the much smaller Canon HV20 as a second camera. Has anyone had experience in colour matching these two cameras in Edius? The Canon Forum has posts on this subject and one said " I had a look at Premiere and found the Color Match effect can transfer color information from one image or clip to another" so I'm interested to know if we have anything similar in Edius.
    Regards,
    Don
    Don
    I run both and there is little difference between them IF you run them both with the Selectable "Daylight" setting not AUTO White balance where you will find considerable difference.
    Providing this is adhered to you should not have any problems
    Regarding the color match there is a good tutorial on the Edius site on this, works a treat
    Look here http://ediustraining.grassvalley.com/
    Regards Barry
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    • #3
      The split-screen hold-frame color correction is very useful, even though I always click in the wrong order when I demo it...

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      • #4
        Thanks Barry - much appreciated mate (hope you're surviving in the Adelaide heat!) and I appreciate your reply Brandon.
        Regards,
        Don

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        • #5
          Hi the DOn
          What Adobe Primiere are you using?
          thnks

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          • #6
            Originally posted by kukun View Post
            Hi the DOn
            What Adobe Primiere are you using?
            thnks
            G'day Kukun,
            No, I'm not using Premiere (I've been an Edius man from the start!) but in my original post I quoted from the Canon forum: (http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/showthread.php?t=116560)
            Regards,
            Don

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