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Shooting in a higher bit depth ALWAYs results in a better end image. When you compress in camera you get a lower color resolution and color noise cause it does it in real time and does it poorly. When you compress after at the end of pipeline the effect on image quality is not noticeable in HD or above quality. Compressing in camera kills the image recorded cause it compresses sensor data as it gets recorded so you lose a bunch of data. Compressing at the end does not lose data it just cuts out data that isn’t needed.
You can use almost anything to do this, even premieres free trial or davinci resolve that’s freeMarch 21, 2018 at 10:53 AM in reply to: Lots of noise with Mini Ursa – Less noise on DLSR. Why? #278511
All image noise comes down Luma or chroma noise.
Luma noise is created when the signal is lower than the sensor gain, or signal to noise ratio. What does that mean? It means that when your camera increases sensor sensitivity it does it by adding electricity to the sensor to detect more but the more electricity added the more a base signal is added to the recording which is what you see as noise in the image. If photons then activate a sensors pixel that pixels noise is overwritten by the light detected. This is what’s known as higher signal than noise ratio, but if the signal of the incoming light is lower than the electrical gain applied to the sensor you get noise recorded instead of the signal because the noise is brighter pixel value than the any signal detected.
All that means that you need have enough light coming into the camera to overwrite the gain or noise created by the iso or gain applied to the sensor.
Are you talking about this thread? Or did you forget a link.
alot of good sites here, I even book marked some, for whats its worth you can also find royalty free stuff on soundcloud.
Owning your own company is alway superior in the end if you learn how to market and build a business within a local community, Where you can simply gain clients by building cold calling lists by googling companies in your area able to use your services
I don't have one but I subscribed to all of yours 🙂 cheers
the footage quality looks pretty good though.
The xeon is slow especially with single thread processing applications, and the GPU is very single task oriented and not good for other tasks you would use it for. I would aim for something with a Ryzen 7 1800x and a GTX 1060.
In some cases you can literally just rename the mp4 extension to .mov and it works. It might work in order for you to import, I’ve done it for premiere before.
Hello, I am Jack Miller
I’ve been a DOP for 10 years working with BM and RED cameras. I also do a bit of coloring on the side and I enjoy being involved in high end projects.
You need some kind of title to introduce what we’re looking at. I didn’t even know what I was watching for like 1:30. What dslr you are using?March 16, 2018 at 10:17 AM in reply to: Retiring and selling production content creation libraries #278494
You’d probably get better results posting this in an audio forum
Thanks for sharing book marked your page for future projects
I bookmarked it to purchase on my next product. Excellent sounds samples thanks. How do you guys make these, what kind of microphones are used.