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  1. #1 IPP2 and RED One MX 
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    I haven't seen any images from the RED One MX, processed with IPP2 in post. I thought I'd post some stills from a project I shot last week, comparing the differences.




    IPP1: REDcolor3/REDgamma3 (I used these since they're the latest that the RED One firmware allows you to display in camera)





    IPP2: REDWideGamutRGB/Log3G10 (w/IPP2 Preview LUT)





    Finished grade to image
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    thanks for this man, i think it's looking nice. what are the steps to getting the IPP2 on the latest Red one firmware?
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    RED isn't updating the firmware for the camera anymore, so you can't view it while shooting. However, any R3D file is capable of being processed with the IPP2 method, through REDCine-X or DaVinci Resolve. The posts in the Recon section provide more details on how to do this, and the same method applies to RED footage shot with any model camera. I just hadn't seen it done with the RED One yet.
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    Nice to see.

    The flames and the skin tones improve a lot I think. More tonalities in the IPP2.
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    I tried it on some old RED one footage too. great results.
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    Is there a single other company still finding ways to improve the footage from their ten year old cameras?
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    You really need to AB these to appreciate the difference. I downloaded the images and went back and forth in full screen. Colour is nicer in IPP2
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    Maybe it's just me, but I much prefer the non-graded IPP2 image to the graded variant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Pruitt View Post
    Maybe it's just me, but I much prefer the non-graded IPP2 image to the graded variant.

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    Same here. Of course its all about personal preference.
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    I think the soft look is more film like but I wonder if the clean version is more 35mm 4 perf look?
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