[Tig] Hardware vs. Software Scopes
pickettscharge at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 28 16:18:29 BST 2010
I would add that an independent oscilloscope provides much greater detail and insight into the vector display than a rasterizer. I know that a vector scope is a measure of a composite analog signal with phase of chroma in relation to burst but for grading it is the best display. I know Rob L liked his lightening display but I digress.
Magnifying a rasterizer is always a disappointment in vector mode.
In parade I think rasterizers are great. I just cant take the color coded RGB display. Yes there are GBR displays but I would hope someone grading to a scope could tell which channel is which without a Christmas tree display.
I guess I have joined the curmudgeon age of grading.
> From: simonastbury at hotmail.com
> To: njk at cbsnews.com; tig at colorist.org
> Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2010 14:55:19 +0000
> Subject: Re: [Tig] Hardware vs. Software Scopes
> Sohonet http://www.sohonet.co.uk sponsors the TIG.
> SpectraCal supports the TIG.
> The only drawback is that generally they work from a VGA monitor and would therefore be to small to fit under your main monitor. They are capable of showing up to 4 different displays at once though which is really good. I have a Tektronix which is great, also used Leader in the past, I wouldn't go back to and 'old style' scope now.
> > Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2010 10:28:01 -0400
> > From: NJK at cbsnews.com
> > To: tig at colorist.org
> > Subject: [Tig] Hardware vs. Software Scopes
> > Sohonet http://www.sohonet.co.uk sponsors the TIG.
> > SpectraCal supports the TIG.
> > ====
> > Are there any major drawbacks to using software scopes instead of the
> > traditional hardware variety in a grading situation these days? By
> > software scopes I mean outboard, purpose-built software products like
> > the Omitek XR and BMD Ultrascope, not the "accessory" version in Apple
> > Color, for instance.
> > Neal Kassner
> > Colorist
> > CBS News/NY
> > _______________________________________________
> > http://reels.colorist.org
> > http://tig.colorist.org/wiki3
Hotmail is redefining busy with tools for the New Busy. Get more from your inbox.
More information about the Tig