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    Senior Member shashbugu's Avatar
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    Oh yeah! definitely has the characteristics of celluloid. Its not just the skin tones but metallic and plastic objects seem to have a more pleasing tone to them.
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    351 working fine so far....
    do we know now which software is now supporting REDlogFilm and when the new ones are added... (Color, Baselight, CS5,...) ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miltos Pilalitos View Post
    Here's another example from the same old footage i posted earlier:

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    They both have REDgamma2 to make comparison easier. I set Saturation to 2. No whitebalance or other color settings were adjusted.

    The second frame (REDcolor2) has much better and more natural skin color reproduction. In comparison i could even say that REDcolor now looks bad to me.
    Thanks Miltos. These two really make it clear. The skin tones are so much more natural on the second one! Glad to put to rest that complaint from the naysayers!
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    Great!
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    I'm loving it.
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    RedColor2 and RedGamma2 rock.

    It really is wonderful for grading. Fantastic! Finally Red has developed a user friendly setting that wonderfully replicates skintones, and allows you massive flexibility in your grading choices.

    They really took the best from log, and the best from redgamma to make this one.

    I can't stop playing with my new grading toy. Urge to sleep, falling :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Kanes View Post
    Is there a beta firmware that will let me get RC2/RG2 out of the video tap for video village?

    Getting ready to start something really good, and it would be sweet to have this for on set monitoring...
    not quite yet... we were going to wait for the camera build to release this but thought it was way too big to not to share it with you all a little early.

    and as many of you have noticed.. this helps tremendously with the yellowing of some skin tone/makeup combinations.
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    Great work on all the latest versions of Redcine-X. It has shaped up to a really nice but mostly very usable program. It works. And this new color and gamma thing will come in great for many purposes. Thanks.
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    One request:

    To make the curve(s) window scaleable, like in Clipfinder.

    It is really nice for those finer adjustments.

    This is NOT to say I don't see how well this shapes up.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunleik Groven View Post
    One request:

    To make the curve(s) window scaleable, like in Clipfinder.

    It is really nice for those finer adjustments.
    I second that!
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