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Old 08-16-2019, 04:58 PM   #11
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sorry but it took some time to get in touch with the guy. FoA, thank you all for the bunch of information.
@Geoff_C: would you expand a bit on "invert, levels/correction, invert"?
@Steve: it's 709.
YUV correction is the best I explored so far but the green shade...is a PIA!!
@Anton: a very short clip is linked below (I hope).
Thanks a lot again for the help

https://www.dropbox.com/s/p2hn355l1x...st%20.MXF?dl=0
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Old 08-16-2019, 09:12 PM   #12
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It's a trick I picked up using Sony Vegas; Invert, levels, Invert.
In Edius terms translates to Nega, Color Balance, Nega. Add effects in that order and play with Color Balance-> Brightness & Contrast only.
Other 'corrections' can be added after the Nega/Nega sandwich.
Have tested your clip in Vegas & Edius and get similar results. Hope all your clips are not so over exposed.

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Old 08-16-2019, 10:03 PM   #13
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It's a trick I picked up using Sony Vegas; Invert, levels, Invert.
In Edius terms translates to Nega, Color Balance, Nega. Add effects in that order and play with Color Balance-> Brightness & Contrast only.
Other 'corrections' can be added after the Nega/Nega sandwich.
Have tested your clip in Vegas & Edius and get similar results. Hope all your clips are not so over exposed.

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Best of luck.
thanks again Geoff, I'll try! Luckily it's a matter of a few seconds at the very beginning of the story
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Old 08-17-2019, 01:10 AM   #14
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its a difficult one to fix, but you can certainly make it look more contrasty with the YUV curve in Primary Color correction and maybe apply a NB Vignette filter like Binoculars so it looks like it was done on purpose
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its a difficult one to fix, but you can certainly make it look more contrasty with the YUV curve in Primary Color correction and maybe apply a NB Vignette filter like Binoculars so it looks like it was done on purpose
I think your best bet here is to make the clip look creative like black and white or tone down the colours and adjust levels.. the image has odd colour in the highlighted areas ( car in background and dress ) also the highlighted areas has no detail to recover.
honestly... an experience camera operator shouldn't film something like this. and there could be a good chance the camera used here is not an hi-end camera.
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Old 08-17-2019, 06:45 PM   #16
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thanks guys for your time spent on this trouble!
Unfortunately, all the technical corrections give some improvement but not much :(
As Ron said "what is lost...it is lost"
So I'll go for some "creative" changes like starting B/W ad "let the bride brings colors to life" :)
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Old 08-18-2019, 08:51 AM   #17
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So I'll go for some "creative" changes like starting B/W ad "let the bride brings colors to life" :)
...exactly! That's what I would do. If it is only a view seconds in the beginning, than use some creative special effects to introduce the footage. B/W is a good idea.
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thanks guys for your time spent on this trouble!
Unfortunately, all the technical corrections give some improvement but not much :(
As Ron said "what is lost...it is lost"
So I'll go for some "creative" changes like starting B/W ad "let the bride brings colors to life" :)
just wondering... did you know what camera was used for that shot?
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just wondering... did you know what camera was used for that shot?
sony pxw-x70
the guy forgot to set the nd filter :(
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Old 08-18-2019, 11:13 AM   #20
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The X70 does give you a warning to choose which setting easily overlooked in vf when concentrating
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