Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About balazer

  • Rank
    New member

Profile Information

  • My cameras and kit
    Sony a7S, PMW-F3
  1. Logarist now supports Canon Wide DR gamma.
  2. Logarist now supports Premiere Pro and Premiere Elements with a free color correction plugin. Logarist applies the principles of raw image processing to video color spaces, to make color correction easier and more accurate. Supported Video Applications: Premiere Pro Premiere Elements DaVinci Resolve Vegas Pro Final Cut Pro X Supported Camera Color Spaces: BT.709 (standard HD video) Arri Alexa Log C Canon EOS Neutral Canon Log 1–3 Fujifilm F-Log GoPro Protune JVC J-Log1 Panasonic GH2 Standard Panasonic GH4 Cinelike D Panasonic GH4 V-Log L Panasonic GH5 Cinelike D Panasonic VariCam V-Log Sony Cine1–2 Sony HyperGamma 2, 4, 7, and 8 Sony S-Log1–3 logarist.com
  3. Logarist now supports Adobe Premiere Pro and Premiere Elements in Windows. Please download and test and let me know how it works: logarist.com
  4. Final Cut Pro X users: I have released Logarist for Final Cut Pro X 1.3.0, with these changes: Fixed a level mapping bug for V-Log L and V-Log Reduced the number of LUT points, to improve loading times in the mLUT Plugin and to fix out-of-memory conditions (especially for Cinelike D, which used too many points and could experience failures during rendering) Added support for Canon C300 Mark II internal XF-AVC recordings made with firmware version 1.0.6. This firmware version incorrectly sets the video_full_range_flag in its internal Canon Log 1/2/3 recordings, which causes levels to be mapped incorrectly in FCPX. For these recordings, use the full_range_flag LUTs, which compensate for the problem. I've also updated the documentation to note that Final Cut Pro's built-in log processing should be turned off for Canon Log, S-Log, and VariCam V-Log. http://www.logarist.com/
  5. Thanks, @Souto. Glad to hear it. Do any of you guys who've tried it have any sample footage or workflow tips to share?
  6. To use this kind of log space, you need these tools: for exposure compensation, an offset adjustment that adds the same offset to each of the red, green, and blue channels for color balancing, individual offset adjustments for each of the red, green, and blue channels, with granularity of 0.001 or finer for contrast adjustment, a straight-line slope adjustment with a pivot of 0.5 applied to the red, green, and blue channels
  7. Premiere Pro doesn't have the built-in color tools necessary for working in a log space. That's something I might be able to correct in the future. I know a lot of people use Premiere.
  8. Let me know if you guys have questions. By the way, it's not just for 8-bit footage. It works equally well with 10-bit footage.
  9. Graded in Logarist. Click images for full size. Exposure and contrast adjustment: Exposure and white balance adjustment: Credit: Neumann Films. License
  • Create New...