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Old 03-09-2020, 11:01 PM   #21
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As Claire has pointed out I too feel the best/easiest solution is Resolve as the picker for isolating the colour is quick and precise. Then the correction is also simple and fast. There are two parts to resolve the colour change problem. Making the selection to only the colour that needs to be changed and then tools to change as needed. Resolve has both of these with easy tools. I tried for a while to do this in EDIUS and to some extent it is possible but with a lot more effort and results did not satisfy me. As I have said before I am not stuck to just using one tool. Whatever works and is easy for me.
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Old 03-10-2020, 08:28 AM   #22
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Use Chrominace for that. It's much better. Soon I'łl make a tutorial and I'll share my presets
unfortunately Chrominace is only an 8bit filter.
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Old 03-10-2020, 08:29 AM   #23
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As Claire has pointed out I too feel the best/easiest solution is Resolve as the picker for isolating the colour is quick and precise. Then the correction is also simple and fast. There are two parts to resolve the colour change problem. Making the selection to only the colour that needs to be changed and then tools to change as needed. Resolve has both of these with easy tools. I tried for a while to do this in EDIUS and to some extent it is possible but with a lot more effort and results did not satisfy me. As I have said before I am not stuck to just using one tool. Whatever works and is easy for me.
what filter did you use in edius ?
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Old 03-10-2020, 08:53 AM   #24
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unfortunately Chrominace is only an 8bit filter.
It doesn't matter. You create key only on certain parts of the image.
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Old 03-10-2020, 09:05 AM   #25
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it is very simple to target a single color in 3way CC and in 10bit, see attached
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Anton, 10bit is great for greenbox keying when you have tones of gradient. For color separation 8bit is enough. Altough Chrominance need to be a modernaize. 3-way doesn't have blur (shape alpha) so I always have artifacts.

If you were to mark the grass, things would be different :)
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you have the slope handles to smooth the edges and you can apply 3way CC inside a mask so you don't alter the color of the hands as you can see is happening when changing the grass, with mask, no issue
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It doesn't matter. You create key only on certain parts of the image.
please explain how it doesnt matter?? creating a key or not key makes no difference... the filter is 8bit!
its better to film in 10bit than 8bit. and yes you can colour grade in 8 bit, but there are limitations and if you have the ability to film in 10bit then its best to do so for colour grading.

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With Chrominance I have always wondered what the 8 bit relates to. Does it mean that the chrominance can only process in 8 bit - for finding a specific colour, for example, but that the filters placed on the inside or outside process in 8 bit as well even if they are 10 bit filters? Or that once you use the Chrominance anything done with it is 8 bit, i.e. a primary colour corrector inside the chrominance gets restricted to 8 bit?


Practically I think it is the former, but I have never seen anything official.
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Yeah, I know that Anton. Play the clip and show the mask.

ulyssesvideo: This doesn't affect the quality of the video. The pixels you select are not so small that 10bit (i.e. 1024 tonal transitions per pixel) matter. Also, even if you upload video in a 10 bit project, I bet you export in 8 bit. Then you lose all the benefits of a 10 bit project.
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