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Old 08-19-2019, 12:58 PM   #21
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Also you get whites up to 120% on these cameras - so the MXF you released for people to look at has the headroom burnt in at 100%

To get the best results you need to let people have a copy of the camera file.

Mind you it's hideously over exposed and appallingly balanced - looks like the camera was set to Tungsten 3200K

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Agree the clip properties show it as 100x??
and looks blocky
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@Paul & John:
thank you guys, I need to proceed so I gave up.
I changed the introduction to a sort of B/W and it's not bad at all :)
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I don't blame you, it's never going to look good, but as B/W maybe with some film grain, vignette - softened and so on could look quite nice!

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Old 08-19-2019, 07:49 PM   #25
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I don't blame you, it's never going to look good, but as B/W maybe with some film grain, vignette - softened and so on could look quite nice!

Paul :-)
it's exactly what I'm doing :)
Actually, it's not too far from my previous works. I used to start B/W (people meet near the church while waiting for the spouse, the arrival of the car,etc) and then slowly change to colors when the spouse gets off the car.
This time B/W will be a little bit "older" and I'll shift the "magic" to the moment she comes into the church.
I'm sure she will appreciate anyway!
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