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    Wonderful, congratulations ! It would be nice to be able to download the 4K version !

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    Cool Scot! I always admired that about you. Try to go through the ASC feed chronologically, as I had a series of posts that build upon the previous. It'll be worth the trouble. Also, I had already exhausted TONS of material in my own feed,so there's a lot of good stuff in both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Probst View Post
    Scot, they are freekin NOVELS there. I'm not about to "sum up" for ya... BUT, you're in for a long read my friend. Shouldn't be too hard to find my posts, they were last month on the ASC's feed.
    Found it....a treasure trove...thanks man.
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    Wow! Amazing imagery and amazing work!

    Love the look (Monstro + Zeiss Ana) the locations, the grade, the everything really, amazing work Christopher!!

    Just was surely not expecting that kinda of an ending, I guess pretty girls can not always be the heroes, some times they just are plain bad ass BAD GIRL. . . Not in a good way!!

    Thanks Jarred and team for this piece of great work, shit looked like was a trailer off a Blockbuster Movie about to come out on Theaters!


    Oh, and thanks also for all the BTS goodies Chris, always love those :)
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    My pleasure Ketch. You basically hit the nail on the head of what we were going for!
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    Encoding to YouTube with clean footage can be tricky... noise usually helps kill banding at the expense of , well, noise. But YouTube does have its own codec with some dials that can help, its just a lot of trial and error. Vimeo throws bits at the problem but at the expense of a pretty horrible user experience, but there are tricks to that too which chris and rich have mastered.

    I vote for frame.io to start their own playback engine for presentation :)
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    Jarred, it would be better to offer a HEVC 10 bits master file to download, on Wetransfer or other. This would do justice to this wonderful work ;-)

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    i was saying poor lady alone in the desert... hehehe. I enjoyed.

    Thanks nice BTS too.
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    Wow!! This is amazing! :)
    Love the mood, location, cast and cinematography!
    The Monstro with those anamorphics are absolutely perfect and I think the FDs look really, really great too.
    What a brilliant showcase!
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    Thanks for sharing Chris.
    Must be very rewarding to get to work on your own thing rather than someone else project.
    Would love to hear a little more about the coloring in post and what your thoughts were on a couple of the setups as far as did all you do on locations translate to post or did you find some new Easter eggs on color temp and other things that you ending up embracing in post.
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