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Mar 10, 2013 13:18 |  #76

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So I've been using Cinema1, R0701L, and Shutterdown lately.

My favorite is definitely Cinema1. It doesn't render yellow's very well, but all other colors appear to be very close to what my native eye sees. RO701L is also very good, but seems to give a red cast to many objects. Shutterdown is just too flat for me and if I'm planning to do some color grading in post, I'll just use technicolor or marvels.

Shutterdown has now been replaced with John Hope's Cinema PP, which I've yet to test, but will be doing so over the next few days.

I've used John Hope's Cinema PP for a lot of my work. It can handle grading but works straight out of the camera as well.


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Mar 11, 2013 01:47 |  #77

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I've used John Hope's Cinema PP for a lot of my work. It can handle grading but works straight out of the camera as well.

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I have been using VisionColor a lot lately though.


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Mar 11, 2013 10:51 |  #78

If there would be a tutorial which shows step by step how to unleash the potential of CineStyle (or any similar profile) in FCPX I would be very thankful! The footage directly from camera in CineStyle is quite grim and I am really struggling with it for a moment...




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Mar 28, 2013 18:55 |  #79

thanks for a super-useful thread. Just a couple questions, as I've seen differing conventions on adjusting the PP's. For example, say someone suggests setting Sharpness to +2. Since the Sharpness scale is 0 to 7, is the +2 simply two positions from the 0 mark, or is that +2 from the default location for the specific PP being used? Then, for Contrast, I've seen comments like "set to 0, all the way left". Well, the 0 mark is in the center of the scale, while -4 is all the way left. Thanks for clarifiying.




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Apr 01, 2013 21:22 |  #80

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I have been using VisionColor a lot lately though.

Interesting! I also have purchased VisionColor and CineLook. Not only are they such gorgeous picture styles, the owners are super helpful.


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Apr 01, 2013 22:27 as a reply to post 13647303 |  #81

I thinks I'm very like playing around with more CC and wanted to see if lowering the contrast will help me out in some situations with this PP :):):).


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May 01, 2013 08:25 as a reply to post 13647303 |  #82

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May 02, 2013 03:09 |  #83

While included in another thread it is perhaps appropriate to note here.

So far the best one click filter I've found to make Cinestyle usable is the Vibrance filter in Hit Film Ultimate.

I haven't tried any Normal to Cinestyle with Vibrance comparison test yet but my perception is it retains more shadow and highlight detail than had the original shot been taken in normal. You do loose detail over ungraded Cinestyle but, quite frankly, ungraded Cinestyle looks awful.


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Nov 15, 2013 20:51 |  #84

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Apr 25, 2014 10:02 |  #85

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Sep 11, 2014 07:25 as a reply to kthuyen's post |  #86

Have a look at the picture styles from DslrPerfection.comexternal link
I especially love the Analog Finesse II and III. I have never seen any better picture styles - and I have tested a lot of picture styles since the beginning of the VDSLR era.




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