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  1. You shouldn't be to hard on yourself. Hard to judge on a non HLG monitor ...but at first glance on a non HLG monitor it seems to have a similar problem as Vlog. It's indeed very hard to do as it doesn't react as you expect. And you end up with dull highlights. Probably easier on a HLG monitor
  2. From the article: "Download pre-production V2.0 sample clips Panasonic USA have allowed me to share some original ALL-I files shot with the pre-production firmware V2.0 on my GH5 (4K, 400Mbit/s, 10bit 4:2:2)."
  3. Let me be the party pooper… Vlog ALL-I is massively flawed! At least if I go be the files Andrew made available (@Andrew, thanks for sharing). I noticed dancing spots in the flank of the darker horse. This is usually seen in the darker areas of footage, due to compression algorithms that shouldn’t be there in the first place (My opinion. No change you will ever see this on phenomenon a BM camera. It comes standard with the GH4 …and now GH5)…and we are looking at ALL-I no, with compression methods better than ProRess according to Mat Frazer. The problem with these noise clouds
  4. Let me guess ...he will end up with stuff on digital film? Or are you implying there will ufos?
  5. bunk

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  6. In that case I think I can see the difference as well on my 1080 TV and if so it only shows us the piss poor quality of the HD productions. Could be wrong though.
  7. Of course you can. The content was created to watch on a 1080 screen and the term used 'noticeable difference'. The difference is not noticeable watched at 100%. It's start to get noticeable at 200% and even more noticeable at 400%. ...however at 100% you will not be able to see the differences. On a 4K screen that means using only a quather of your screen. So if you saw a difference you either where looking fullscreen ( and now your screen starts to create 4 new pixels for every one pixel of the content, for allready two different pics) or your screen has pixels that are somehow better th
  8. No idea however there is an interesting fragment at 20:35 where this demolition man talks about chrysler building that still holds a record. It took them months of preparation and months to place the explosives. Shouldn't be to difficult to get into contact with people who worked in that building the months before it collapsed and ask if anyone ever asked them to move the desk so a demolition man could place the charges, or if they ever tripped over wires connecting the explosives.
  9. Here is te extreem curve used. Be your own judge. I don't have a real recipe. What I tend to do is set up some extreme curves to explore the picture as a whole. So literally the top point either to left or bottom direction and the bottom point to the right or up direction and that for each curve. That usually leads to a good first impression of the direction I want to go. After that it's just a choice of tools. On my desktop computer I work with Davinci. The picture you shared was graded on my MBP in ColorFinesse a plugin for AE. I use it as it is the only grading plugin that
  10. I really enjoyed grading the shot. ...but if I were you I would hold on to the Ursa just a little bit longer. Especially now you want to focus on grading. All three have the same curve (red channel) applied. The Terra holds up, The Ursa holds up and the GH5 falls apart. I think their compression tech is top of the bill ...so much that only after grading you find out that literally every nuance was squeezed out.
  11. I never understand how people are able to use a mouse with modeling, feels like you're handicapt. If Zbrush clicks with you go for it, you can't go wrong. It never clicked with me so I went the 3DCoat route. ...and then there is Mudbox, if it still excists.
  12. I How about approaching Ron Mueck ...I think you can skip the scans
  13. The prints from the photoscanner look like shit and only half descend because the photos used for the scan are also used as a texture. Here is what you can do. Use this photoscanner to create a scan of your dog. Give the file together with the photo's it creates to a 3d sculpt artist, so he/she has a starting point to create a life like sculpt of your dog. The sculpt will look way better than the scan and even descend when printed at a height of 25 centimeters average (without texture). But you want a life size print. There are two problems. Small printers print up to 25cm average.
  14. Just mentioning it in case you missed it. A fast double push on the OK button will magnify the view 200%. Unless your delivery format is something like 720 or 810 I don't think the bmpcc would be my first choice for vfx. The more headroom you have the better.
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