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Re: CSI Style burn-out transition

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Glenn SakatchRe: CSI Style burn-out transition
by on Apr 24, 2012 at 1:54:27 pm

If you are not doing broadcast work that goes through a strict QC point, than the legalizers won't be worth it for you. I started using sapphires chroma clamp years ago when we were having difficulty getting an illegal gamma error through an outside broadcasters QC process. Since then i have refined my legalizing with a combination of different filters to ensure legal without killing the look i'm going after. I'll add that i typically only offline on the Media Composer, and do 99 percent of my onlines on a DS system, so many of the tools i use may not be available on MC in the first place. An interesting example would be using sapphires glow effect with the "Keep effect legal" button turned on. I've had that sent back from QC companies, and had to add secondary legal to it. Sometimes you just have to know your broadcaster, and your QC path. Unfortunately that is information that usually costs money at some point in either time and shipping for fixes plus the "oops" factor, or the purchase of other filters to fix the problem before it starts.

My two cents.

Glenn


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