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  1. Hello! I've referenced this website for trouble-shooting as any other lurker for the last few years, but finally set up an account and logged in recently. Figured I'd introduce myself and start joining the conversations, starting with posting my first camera reel. Except for shooting speaker events and conferences, all footage was shot exclusively with my Sony PMW-F3, and much of that was recorded via my Convergent Design Gemini 444 with S-Log. For this project, I did the colour in Premiere CC's Lumetri Panel, using Tangent's Element-Vs app for fine-tuning. (for more detailed work, I often print in Resolve free). The conferences are typically the resulting file from live-editing jobs, where we record with Canon XA30s into a Roland V-1HD and recorded on an Atomos recorder. We're still waiting on our automated pan/tilt heads before we can kick that business into high gear.
  2. SloMo City. Using the new RX100M4. Music written and built. "Love it or hate it, the world is an industrial machine." http://vimeo.com/148284614 Any other slow motion & music videos?
  3. Adobe have dropped support altogether for Cinema DNG in Premiere Creative Cloud, not that support in the previous version was at all workable. After Effects CC still supports Cinema DNG but it is as slow to playback and render as ever compared to Resolve.   I can't believe they're trying to bury their own format like this, without first replacing it with an alternative. Cinema DNG it at it's peak in terms of camera support.   A good job we have so many good third party converters, codecs like CineForm, as well as native Canon raw plugins for Premiere CS6.   Adobe could have given me a major reason to upgrade to CC but they epic failed.
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