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  1. deezid

    Davinci Resolve 16

    Whish they were fixing the alpha issue occuring since v. 15.2.3 when using ACES or RCM. V. 15.2.3, 15.2.4, 15.3, 15.3.1 and 16 beta V. 15.2 and prior
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    Davinci Resolve 16

    Just backup'd my whole database and projects. Will report!
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    Davinci Resolve 16

    Pretty insane. My computer is ready This is the FU Adobe version with smooth (morph) cut, individual resolutions and frame rates, object removal, adjustment layers, dolby atmos mixing, everything way faster of course etc... Edit1: the lipsync tool looks cool!
  4. The S1 (GH5 and GH5s also) uses temporal NR which usually does a way better job than the spatial noise reduction used in the Pocket 4K shooting Braw and ProRes. The only disadvantage might be ghosting in certain situations - but even on the GH5 it's not really a problem. The biggest advantage is that there's way less texture loss and the image is cleaner.
  5. He was using ISO1250 plus Braw. So basically no highlight dr + plasticky skin. By this video it actually is. But seems like Matteo ignores any trick anyway: shooting cDNG instead of Braw avoid shooting at ISO1250 in contrasty situations grading in another colorspace like ARRI log C or IPP2 for way nicer roll-off (RCM)
  6. Agree, it's no comparison to cDNG at 4:1 even in terms of detail/texture and lack of processing artifacts. At least people over in the official BMD forum are complaining as well and demanding for no noise reduction/sharpening setting available. This examples specifically doesn't show any sharpening halos. You need areas strong in contrast to see it. Just download some Braw/ProRes footage from the comment section of the video and look at what happens between her skin and jacket, and also how it renders hair...yikes.
  7. Here's an example https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Z1obV0aGFIf6iDajr9ScTdIoApVOMOSn/view Q0 looks better but still cannot compete with cDNG. cDNG at 4:1 may show macro blocking though when pushed too hard. But at 3:1 it's usually clean.
  8. It looks basically exactly the same lol Same fringing same sharpening halos same noise reduction Since the ARRI Alexa doesn't have sharpening halos when shooting ProRes, nor my exported ProRes footage does and Braw and ProRes on this camera look exactly the same on the P4K I really don't think so. Really didn't switch from the GH5 to the P4K for BMD to apply even more noise reduction aka texture reducer than Panasonic...
  9. Not that the P4K looks bad, but these sharpening halos (easiliy visible in the thumbnail around the jacket even) make the P4K look way less organic than the original BMCC. Was shot in either ProRes or Braw. Cdng doesn't show any of these internal processing issues when sharpening in Resolve is set to 0. Still wondering why BMD joined Panasonic, Sony, Canon (since EOS R) etc...
  10. That's a Premiere problem indeed. Also you need to change these settings in sequence settings as well, otherwise it will still look the same. Doesn't happen in Resolve btw
  11. Seems like the iGPU is rendering which is really slow in comparison to the 1060.
  12. Compression isn't even the issue here. Was using 4:1 cDNG all the time with fantastic results while Braw at Q0 still smudges texture, fine details, creates fringing and color bleeding issues as well as contrast halos around edges. It's just an internal processing issue and I really wish BMD could add a low or no internal processing option.
  13. It uses the exact same internal processing which is why they look the same - Braw below Q0 actually even worse than ProRes. Only advantage of Braw right now in comparison to ProRes is providing a WB/Tint slider, exposure slider and highlight recovery - while Cdng actually had a completely different look.
  14. tried Q0. Which basically looks like ProResHQ. Still no comparison to DNG (even 4:1 compression) which is free of any processing when sharpening set to 0 in Resolve while Braw and ProRes show some serious halo, fringing, chroma bleeding, texture loss etc. BMD really has to optimize this codec which means doing less.
  15. With these strong amounts of spatial noise reduction creating all kinds of detail smudging, color bleeding, low frequency texture removal etc as well as edge enhancing creating halos and fringing - nope.
  16. Crap. No more Cdng. But at least it has ProRes with a WB and exposure slider now. Great work BMD, just great!
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    It works great using the P4K in RAW mode, it almost acts like an OLPF. There's basically no more aliasing nor moire in my shots even with objects like fences, house walls etc... And the additional smoothing even looks great on the RED Gemini.
  18. hey! Do you know if there will be any fix for the red channel going beyond gamut limits and clipping quite easily? There are many workarounds atm (using CST with saturation mapping, gamut limiter etc) but they only really work when working with RAW footage. The issue seems to be baked into ProRes files. Thanks
  19. good point. That's why 16 bit still image raw results on DXOmark are irrelevant for us video users.
  20. H264 is more efficient than ProRes so it's kinda equal. ProRes usually decodes faster though. I agree Even the 150mbit never caused any issues. Only issues I had were no proper ACES or color management support strong processing Maybe they fix it this time
  21. H264 can store 12 bit video. With a log gamma it can easily store 16 or even more stops. Yep, that (and sharpening off as well of course) with real V-Log and V-Gamut would be a killer in its price class. But wouldn't it rival a Varicam 35/LT/EVA-1 too much with all image "enhancing" bullshit turned off?
  22. Here comes the 'still not getting it DXOMARK single raw frame performance is irrelevant for video' crew 🙄 And also, since when is having a lower noise floor because of heavy noise reduction and detail filtering aka HLG on the GH5/GH5s equivalent to better dynamic range? Tbh V-Log L (yes, even crippled V-Log L) shows way more detail in shadow areas than HLG on both the GH5 and GH5s. If real V-log comes, things may change on the GH5s (same sensor as P4K, IMX294 based) at least if Panasonic doesn't mess it up with horrible temporal filtering like they do on the S1 pre-production model. Also real V-Log with V-Gamut would allow for a professional workflow using ACES and other color management systems.
  23. Well, seems like Panasonic went back to it's temporal noise reduction issues they had with the GH4 lol The GH5 doesn't show this problem anymore since version 2.0 Other candidates with lots of (temporal) noise reduction artifacts: Sony A73/A7R3, Z Cam E2 (update incoming to fix), X-T3 (not as bad), Canon XC10/XC15
  24. 12.2 stops is actually really impressive. Best camera in its class then.
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