Now this looks quite cinematic:
Type: Posts; User: Eric Z
Now this looks quite cinematic:
2013's best HDTVs being compared side-by-saide:
The broadcast is low-res, so it's hard to see the difference between the TVs, but the...
Has anyone got one of these new Zeiss 135mm, either CP.2 / ZE / ZF ?
Owners report it's one of the best & sharpest lens they've...
Nice work! love the quality you got, but the edit is a bit too "jumpy" for my taste.
For those who don't know, these overlay stats can be displayed by pressing CTRL+J in MPC-HC while a video is playing.
The graph on the lower right tells you how smoothly the video is playing....
I think you can install the LAV decoder on it own. Get it from here.
But be aware that when you playback CineForm files, they are handled by the Cineform codec, and not by LAV.
And I find that...
I have lots of experience with MPC-HC 64bit.
I recommend installing the K-Lite Codec Pack 64bit.
If your MPC-HC player is configured to playback those UHD 4K files with LAV Video decoder,...
I'm a Windows guy, and always been.
In terms of hardware, both PCs and Macs have the same basic components, with the PC having more hardware options.
Windows 7 SP1 is great 99.9% of the time. Use...
Jim / Jarred / new EPIC Dragon owners:
Now that some lucky EPIC owners have gotten their Dragon sensor upgrade, why isn't there some sort of comparison video or stills for all of us to see?
Alright, I'll join the fun as well:
Exported to TIFF, and edited in Adobe Camera Raw...
Great job!! Very professional.
For me - Nothing beats a Master Prime. I probably should put that on a T-shirt, hehe.
Those Leica Summilux-C came in very close, though.
DreamColor owners and future-owners,
i suggest you read the findings of Allan Tepper here:
Option A looks best to me.
I chose the MKV container. There was an option for MP4 as well, which I think can playback on an iPad.
I've encoded to MP4 as well, for iPad owners. I don't have an iPad, so I hope...
I used the x264gui that Brandon mentioned, version 0.9.5
Like I said, I couldn't tell the difference with this small file. Amazing, really.
I tried the latest x264Gui and used it to encode "snappy", which Jarred uploaded a while back (shot with Red One MX).
The file size I ended-up with is only 1107 KByte (original was 64.2MB).
Ramping looks good.
One question: You seem to be ramping to higher fps (regular motion to slow motion), but not going back to regular speed afterwards.
Is that a limitation in the firmware?
Good job, Avi.
The last part with the girl (green screen) looked a little too artificial, but everything else - just fantastic.
Now this is getting much more interesting!
Using an IR cut filter instead of the OLPF produces sharper images.
Any down-side to this method? Aliasing / moire?
I'd go for a couple of ARRI Master Primes, like the 35mm and 100mm. And you'll have some spare change from 50K.
I don't get it.
I'm looking at the 6K still, but nothing in it can be called sharp.
It looks like an up-ressed 4K shot.
Am I missing something here?
Oh, and what is that black line at the...
I'm a bit torn here with the 24fps/48fps debate.
I agree that 24fps is just right for 2D movies. It hides just the right amount of information from the viewer, so that the movie doesn't look too...
You have just found out the limitations of color spaces. Browns lie in the middle of the right of the color-space triangle.
Most color-spaces are defined in such a way that their triangle...
Does anyone know the exact bitrates of this new XAVC codec?
I understand it's capable of 8bit, 10bit and 12bit coding, with 4:2:0, 4:2:2 and 4:4:4.
The 10bit 4:2:2 is most interesting to me.