MarshalRosenthal - July 27th, 2015
Jackson Wong - April 16th, 2015
My business partner and I are trying to match our cameras color settings.
He ownes a Canon C100. I own a Panasonic AF100.
Does anyone have any advice on how to match the camera color settings?
Usually we both shoot flat so that the color correction has more of a range.
From our tests the AF100 shoots more blue, and the Canon shoots more red.
Jennifer O'Rourke - November 08th, 2013
i recently bought a canon xf300. it is my first high def tapeless camera... and it is my first time working with the 4:2:2 colorspace. first off, let me say that i edit using FCP 6.0.6 and that this is the first time i've used the color-corrector with 4:2:2 video and what a dream!!! it works so much better than with SD.
Mike Wilhelm - August 14th, 2013
Luis Maymi - May 12th, 2013
Technicolor announced the latest version of Color Assist, a video color correction and grading software package. Key improvements of version 1.5 include compatibility with Adobe After Effects and support AVCHD video and still images.
I saw a tutorial where the guy talking about color correction said that the luma value should never go over 100 (he used the Waveform monitor in FCP X)
I shot this video and applied some color correction. After this process, the luma value is way over 100%. I think it still looks ok, what do you think?
I also applied the broadcast safe plugin but it didn't do much at all..
Greg Olson - August 06th, 2012
As I've progressed through my career in video production, I've had the benefit of some great mentors. Every technique I use is a combination of something I've seen someone else do, something I've read, or something I luckily stumbled upon. Working in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment doesn't give you much time to stop and re-evaluate your methods, and as long as the client is happy, why would you? But every once in a while I've stumbled on an article, or witnessed another video pro at work and discovered a better approach, or a newfound understanding of a previously murky topic.