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stig olsenRe: Legal values
by on Oct 6, 2011 at 4:56:49 pm

Hi again,

After some more testing we have come up with a solution that works for us.

1. Create a soft clip LUT (range 64-940)
2. Check the "LUT on waveform"-option
3. Apply the LUT on the overall track timeline (that way it will apply on all nodes)

Then, its not possible to work in ranges under and over 64-940)
It will also be seen on the wave forms.

We have testet these files in Avid MC through AMA and in Flame.
It works perfect!

And, one more thing:
If you read the scopes in Avid (RGB-parade) you will notice that the 64-940-range is not exactly the same as 16-235. That actually makes it possible to stretch the ranges a bit more if you want and still be in broadcast safe.


I just got an e-mail fra BMD who tells me that "When you render out to a YUV based format (all ProRes, all DNxHD), the render is
always at video levels, i.e. 64-940." but thats not what I have experienced.

Looking forward to hear your opinions on this.


Stig


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