Posts Tagged ‘ post

KineRAW S8 Footage with breakdowns

I’ve posted about the KineRAW cameras in the past, and have noted the analog qualities of this RawDNG camera. A new post showcasing some of the footage shot with vintage lenses and elmoscope anamorphic adapters has surfaced in the form of a short (test) film. The short itself is laughably bad, presumably on purpose, but it does showcase a few different shooting setups. Even if it’s not your cup of tea, it’s still worth sticking around towards the end to see the ungraded plates reference.

Check it out:

REDCINE-X Pro Release

REDCINE Beta Release

The new beta release

If any of you were in the same boat as me when it came to using REDCINE, you were in for a world of hurt. Mainly, due to stability issues, the software would auto select and hold different sliders at random, and crash. It seems these problems have been fixed in the latest beta release, and I couldn’t be happier. From their change log:

REDCINE-X Professional Build 12 Beta

CHANGES SINCE LAST BETA RELEASE (BUILD 11)

  • Added: Support for slugs when importing FCP7 XML files.
  • Fixed: Issue where clips in bins would sometimes not appear.
  • Fixed: Issue where REDCINE-X PRO would crash on Mac OS X 10.5.×.
  • Fixed: Issue where incorrect FCP7 XML files would be generated if
    handles were enabled.
  • Fixed: FCP-X XML import issues.
  • Fixed: Issue with “Clip” output resolution not working in all cases.
  • Fixed: Miscellaneous stability issues.

If you haven’t checked it out yet, grab it here.

From Camera through Post – Scarlet-X workflow tutorial

Scarlet-X RAW R3D workflow pipeline

A quick Scarlet-X workflow tutorial

Check out this quick tutorial on an example workflow on the Scarlet-X. It is designed to maintain the native-RAW data for as long as possible throughout the pipeline. This is definitely not an “end all be all” post workflow, but it is a good primer for those of you looking for some direction on a simple, straightforward approach.

Check it out below: Read more

Camera Projection Timelapses

Patryk Kizny at LookyCreative posted a video showing their method of animating a camera move through a static timelapse shot. Check out the video here:

Camera projection timelapse test – breakdown from Patryk Kizny on Vimeo.

This is a technique I’ve been using for years, so maybe I could throw together a tutorial for you guys. Whaddya say?