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Jack JonesRe: Normal / Full Range
by on May 21, 2012 at 2:38:32 pm

Nucoda gives you the option of working in a SMPTE or Full Range (CG) project - As well as Log and Video Log.

This sets all the pivot points where they need to be, and there is a great option for scaling CG for monitoring and force clipping on SMPTE (If you really wanted to!).

I tend to use LUTs to do my SMPTE>CG and reverse.

The confusion tends to come in when QuickTime automatically expands SMPTE to CG. Bit of a pain when it comes to proper color management, but once you know what does what you tend to be fine :)

Jack Jones
Freelance Nucoda/Baselight/DaVinci Colourist
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http://www.jackjonescolourist.com


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