[Tig] When to use 444RGB or 444YUV for Dual link monitoring in a DI
ahauser at bigair.com.au
Tue Aug 14 11:50:25 BST 2007
In regards to the Saturation issue
Im filming out numerous butterfly tests
at the end of the week to get to the bottom
of my Linear filmout saturation issues.
Thanks for everyones input into helping me produce these tests.
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From: "Simon Burley" <simon at rpsfilmimaging.co.uk>
To: <tig at colorist.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2007 8:44 PM
Subject: Re: [Tig] When to use 444RGB or 444YUV for Dual link monitoring in
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> adrian hauser wrote:
> > With regard to DS Id like to know the protocol
> > for doing 1,2 and 3. We do both TVC work and film
> > work .
> > In TVC land the DS monitor would be doing Client attended color critical
> > work
> > and mastering back to tape. Alternatively, it could also be feeding
> me with
> > a textless ungraded master as an image sequence export which I would
> > grade and
> > export back.
> Please excuse the delay Adrian, it's busy here:
> I would export from DS to your grading system, and back, in 'graphics'
> range, otherwise your grading system won't match the pictures you see on
> your DS video monitor. The catch is you'll loose values below video
> black and above video white that would otherwise be retained.
> It's useful to use video range when you want to keep those below black
> and above white values such as when you're putting log images on tape.
> But, as I said, I've not used DS in a few years now and things could
> well have changed.
> Simon Burley
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