Chris Elkerton Posted June 23, 2014 Author Share Posted June 23, 2014 Thanks for all the advice everyone, much appreciated. I have had chance to do some experimentation and I am loving the results I am getting! The image looks fantastic! My work flow at the minute is looking like this: Shoot 1600 x 1200px (Getting around 40 seconds with no overlays, 7 sec with overlays!?!) Convert to DNG using RAWMagic lite Import to After Effects CC as a DNG sequence Interpret footage: (23.976 fps) (Pixel aspect ratio 2:1 Anamorphic) Drop onto the 'Create New Comp' button (to maintain settings) name this comp 'Footage' Create new comp (little tip) enter the width and hight as 266 x 100, which = 2.66:1. (Or whatever ratio you want) Then lock the aspect ratio. Enter the width of the format you want to work in, in this case 1920. This will work out the hight for you ;) 1920 x 722px. Name this 2.66. Drop the comp named footage from before into the 2.66 comp and scale the size to 60.5% Then adjust the scale to suite your focal length. eg. at 2 meters I was using 60% width 65% hight to adjust for the change in squeeze at shorter focal lengths. If you want the black bars (and lets face it you might) create a comp at 1920 x 1080 and drop the 2.66 comp into it. If you want to grade you footage go back to the comp named Footage and select the DNG sequence. To to Edit>Edit Origonal to boot Camera Raw. Render to what ever format you like :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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