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  1. According to this list you will gain ~4.5ms of less rolling shutter if shooting 60p. ?
  2. Stathman

    Davinci Resolve 16

    @thephoenix, @KnightsFan Mac or Windows?
  3. Congrats and good luck to all participants!!!
  4. You should buy one or two more frying pans, you never know.. I can see a middle step before it focuses on target or my eyes are flipping? Anyway, congrats!!! ???
  5. Stathman

    Davinci Resolve 16

    @heart0less How do you export stills? Right click on monitor, grab still, go to gallery tab right click export? Never had an issue with this procedure. I don't use proxies though...
  6. No, I didn't notice any difference.
  7. I did! I would like them to add white balance and focal length info if possible. On this clip WB was set to auto but if it is set to Kelvin it shows just "K" and not the actual value. I sent them a request.
  8. Here you go! https://www.sendspace.com/file/kh0lgf
  9. Yes, of course you can use rcm. I was just following the previews posts and my point was about the correct way to apply the lut. You can use REC.2100 HLG as an input in rcm.
  10. Correct me if I'm wrong, i think the correct way to do it is to use the preferred "HLG to xxx Lut" as a 3d output lut so any further corrections happening before the lut is applied to the image.
  11. https://www.sendspace.com/file/iemw3r You can create it yourself though, its not that difficult. LUTCalc is a nice tool.
  12. Yes, i will do some more testing with Alexa and LUTCalc's settings. Resolve also. LUTCalc is pretty amazing. I didn't know there is something like this, but now I do thanks to you. So, thanks!
  13. Yep! Fixed it, thanks. I prefer HLG, I have to test it on skin tones though. Also liked the LUTCalc's Rec709 lut better than Alexa X2 but I had to set black level to -6 for better results.
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