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Markus Griebling
RED EPIC - Lots of Jello, Footage Skews from One Frame to the Next
on Nov 30, 2012 at 2:27:36 pm

Hi Guys,

I'm currently dealing with a number of RED files for a client that were shot at 3K @ 160FPS on an EPIC. Every so often (These are mostly aerial shots) I see a skewing of the images from one frame to the next - like the entire frame is somehow skewed. I'm pretty certain it is not a "rolling shutter" type of effect as there is no extreme horizontal or vertical movement happening.

Does anyone have any ideas on what could be causing this - and even more importantly how to correct?

Thanks
Markus


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Markus Griebling
Re: RED EPIC - Lots of Jello, Footage Skews from One Frame to the Next
on Dec 2, 2012 at 10:38:02 am

Hello, are there any RED experts who have a thought on this?? I'm not that familiar with RED but the cameraman who shot this said he did nothing wrong. Now I'm trying to sort out what happened.

I can upload samples if that would help to clarify the nature of the problem!

Thanks for your help!
Markus


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David Battistella
Re: RED EPIC - Lots of Jello, Footage Skews from One Frame to the Next
on Dec 4, 2012 at 3:04:16 pm

Samples might help.

David

PS: Also, you should definitely file a RED Support ticket on this.

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David Battistella
Re: RED EPIC - Lots of Jello, Footage Skews from One Frame to the Next
on Dec 4, 2012 at 7:33:14 pm

Samples might help.

Further,

How was the camera mounted, Fixed mount, shoulder, west cam?

Was it a helicopter or a plane? Could frames have been lost to vibration? movement?

What altitude were these arials shot at?

Were you near an airport? Was there RADAR around that could be affecting the images at a regular interval? (common on an aircraft carrier for example)

More detail is needed if you want to investigate the problem.





David

PS: Also, you should definitely file a RED Support ticket on this.

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