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- October 8, 2014 at 2:49 AM #82851aschamyParticipant
Hi, I am doing a Videoclip for my band. I have done some videos before, but in this case I want it to look as good as possible. So I shot it with a good camera (5D MKII, 50mm Lens). IÂ´m editing with Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. I got all the editing done and now moving into Color Correccion and Levels. THE THING IS I played it on the Windows Media Player and it looks similar to what I was getting in the Premiere Pro Window. BUT I then tryed it with VLC Player and it looked much more lighted up (as if the Level values where changed) so I went into QuickTime and that was even worse, I could even se some grain and everything was as If I had Shot it with a High ISO (I DidnÂ´t).
So now I have no idea wich player is really showing what is going to look like to everyone once I upload it.
Can anyone give me some advise on this?
- October 21, 2014 at 3:41 PM #211274busbyvideoParticipant
If your video looks ok in premiere, I would suggest using windows media player, as that is what most viewers use. Different players will be set up differently by their manufacturers, that's probably why they look different.
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