Anybody here with experience creating motion graphics for huge LED walls? How do you deal with banding and blockiness in the darks?
We just had a big event with loads of video on a ginormous LED wall. It all looked great except for the darker videos...there was quite a bit of banding there. I'd like to improve that for the next time we do this. Are there any general guidelines about levels, compression, colors, etc. that I should keep in mind for next time?
on Sep 21, 2017 at 6:07:51 pm Last Edited By Vince Becquiot on Sep 21, 2017 at 6:08:52 pm
Was the gamma on the LED wall possibly not set properly?
As was as the graphics design goes, make sure to keep away from single color gradients, add a little bit of a secondary color to ramps.
Second, add noise to gradients to keep banding at a minimum. In After Effects, that would be the grain effect.