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Ben Carlson
DSLR Sharpening: BCC Magic Sharp or on-camera ?
on Feb 8, 2018 at 10:11:35 am

This



suggests that [at least for the DSLR in question, i.e. Canon EOS 80D] sharpening in post using Adobe Premiere is more efficient than the on-camera standard sharpening.

I reckon the video sharpness is indeed very good in the demo, and I wonder if BCC 10 Magic Sharp is as good (or betteršŸ˜œ) than Premiere sharpening, without introducing too many artefacts (moirĆ©, edges overshoot, etc...).

I have a similar camera and would like to poll this audience before taking some time to test by myself...


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Boris Yamnitsky
Re: DSLR Sharpening: BCC Magic Sharp or on-camera ?
on Feb 12, 2018 at 12:19:49 pm

Sorry for the delayed response. Our product managers are looking at how Boris Continuum Magic Sharp compares with Adobe Premiere built in tool. I expect it to be much better quality because I know the it is far better than any sharpening currently available in After Effects. But we never tried one in Premiere.


Cheers,

Boris Yamnitsky
BorisFX


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Ben Carlson
Re: DSLR Sharpening: BCC Magic Sharp or on-camera ?
on Mar 7, 2018 at 3:12:55 pm

Thanks
Actually I'm asking because I'm editing with Avid Media Composer (with BCC), not Premiere, and wonder if I could achieve similar (or better) results than the video in ref in my first post (which uses Premiere).


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