[tig] VIPER, anyone?
Mon Jun 30 19:06:40 BST 2003
Gotta make sure you use Thompson's LUT's to view/convert your files.
We've had pretty good luck with the Viper stuff we've seen so far. You
can get the LUT values from
Abraham Treadwell wrote:
> we had a small demo here and i wasn't particularly impressed. it
> looked good until we compared it with some 35mm neg we had from a
> recent job. it was a while ago now so the details escape me but my
> impression was it didn't perform as well as we were expecting. also
> the 'log' mode seemed to shift the colour balance green.
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> From: Graham Collett [mailto:grahamcollett at sprockets-telecine.co.uk]
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