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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Shaw View Post
    I am testing an alpha version of Clipfinder which has this feature enabled, and so far it looks good.
    Wich version of Clipfinder will this be?

    Thanks for your creative efforts!

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    Hello Hans,
    how to use clipfinder to do this? do you have to export a xml from color?
    thanks again for all your help!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Shaw View Post
    You will be able to 'send to Color', then run Clipfinder which will 'fix' the Color project so you can grade without getting the looping bug. I am testing an alpha version of Clipfinder which has this feature enabled, and so far it looks good.
    It's an amazing software :)
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    can anyone help with the process of using clipfinder to fix the 'loop' problem? i'm in the middle of trying this right now and am not having success...
    thanks!
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    Clipfinder doesn't do it yet, so you can either do it manually or use TextWrangler like my post above. That cleared it up for me in about 2 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo Mehedff View Post
    can anyone help with the process of using clipfinder to fix the 'loop' problem? i'm in the middle of trying this right now and am not having success...
    thanks!
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  7. #17 ColorFixer utility available now 
    I have decided to package the fix as a separate utility.
    See here
    http://reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?t=26774

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    Thanks Hans-Georg!
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    Dynamic range is, after all, the measurement between well saturation (photosite blowout) and noise floor.
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    Thanks all of you for your help!
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    Thanks so much for your effots guys,
    Although I'm trying to use clipfinder for a 60 seconds commercial and it's rendering the whole of each and every shot. About an hour of footage:
    At 3 frames/second (8-core@3.0Ghz) the total of 76.000 frames put me on hold until tomorrow!
    I wished I could only render what I'm using, as if it was some sort of media managing with handles.
    Anyway following the post is really interesting and we all appreciate your collaborative work!
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