I have total newbie question about these samples. Forgive my ignorace. I downloaded them mainly to play with RedCine-X and FCP workflow -- my first time messing with R3D files.
I'm trying to export from RedCine-X to Quicktime, but I can't get the crop right. The R3D originals seem to be coropped to 2.40:1 but every export setting I tried to get them to a 16:9 file, squeezes them from the side into the frame. What would be the proper setting in RedCine to get a letterboxed image in a 16:9 file?
Thanks for making them available!
what you can not forget everyone is that we shot this with a prototype camera with a very early build. the build changed 10+ times from 1/10 to 1/16 and has changed many times since. moreover, we used very very little light in these shots. so dissecting these shots is not really productive because you will never be able to shoot with that build again, nor would you want to.
i can tell you that the quality of the footage we are getting now with the new builds is far superior to what we did 60 days ago...rock on RED...
and glad everyone is enjoying the hard work that so many put in for free...
im going to tidy up this thread a little.. people kinda missed the point half way through.
I can't see the glorious stuff in 4K unfortunately, I have a Mac Pro (early 2009) Octo 2.26GHz, 8GB RAM, with the Radeon HD 4870 (best card available at the time or purchase) and RED-Cine X gives me this error when setting the proxy on full:
"Your graphics card does not support image dimensions of this size."
With the Radeon HD 4870?
Does anybody else have the same card and not get the message?
Damn, that's unfortunate, but only for the mean-time. Thanks for working on a workaround!
I just found the expand button on the Detail window though, my pixel-per-pixel voyeur needs can still peer through the 295x168 keyhole ;)
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