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    Does someone know where can I buy pre definied presets to Redcine X?
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    Don't believe there are any that I know of. It's not really that kind of tool. Most of what you can buy are LUT's that aren't compatible with Redcine anyway as most will use something like speed grade or Davinici. Davinici lite is free too.
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    I want something that I can configure the camera
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gundu View Post
    Don't believe there are any that I know of. It's not really that kind of tool. Most of what you can buy are LUT's that aren't compatible with Redcine anyway as most will use something like speed grade or Davinici. Davinici lite is free too.

    I bought some raw images with Them http://www.axiomimages.com/


    I noticed that the raw images of Them were much better than mine.


    the only difference may be the REDCINE.


    I had the same camera and the same lens.

    I want something that I can configure the camera
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    You bought R3D files and they look different than something you may have shot using the same camera and lenses?
    Thats the beauty of shooting RAW. It's just meta data that you can manipulate after it's shot. I don't know how familiar you are with the RED workflow but there are some great tutorials online. Here's on on REDCINE:

    http://www.red.com/learn/workflow/rc...neral-overview
    http://www.red.com/learn/workflow/ov...the-look-panel

    Here's one if you want to load a look into the camera that you made in Redcine.
    http://www.red.com/learn/workflow/re...g-looks-camera

    Remember when shooting RAW, you can change everything after the fact. Best of luck!
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    I would also say that I believe RedcineX-Pro is a dailies tool, not a tool intended for final color. For final color-correction, your best bet is to either learn a serious color-correction program like Resolve, or hire an experienced colorist who knows their software who has a whole bag of different looks they can apply to get the most out of your footage. There is no magic button for looks, since the underlying material is always different. It also all hinges very much on the quality of the lighting and lenses. A good colorist can take good footage and make it great, but nobody can take bad footage and make it good.
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    I'll create a preset for a number of setups--but even then it's usually just a starting point that has to be changed on just about every shot. Even if you were to get a preset from someone it wouldn't look good with your footage because your footage is different. You don't need a preset you need a colorist.
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    hope it's not a too dumb question:

    can someone point me to a thread as how to load a look from RedCine X onto the camera (Epic) ? I tried several ways but didn't manage...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enrique Blein View Post
    hope it's not a too dumb question:

    can someone point me to a thread as how to load a look from RedCine X onto the camera (Epic) ? I tried several ways but didn't manage...

    The link to the tutorial is in my previous post:
    http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthr...=1#post1310849
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    thanks Bob, didn't pay attention to your 3rd link
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