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angel breath
banding. gradient on grey
on Sep 30, 2005 at 8:45:18 am

This is the first time that I notice this. I have a dark grey layer, on top of this I have another layer with a gradient (Black -> Transparent). The banding is enormous!!!

How can I get rid of it?

Ab


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Richard Harrington
Re: banding. gradient on grey
on Sep 30, 2005 at 11:48:43 am

1. work in something better than DV
2. build in 16 bit
3. Edit in 10 bit
4. Apply Blur to layer

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angel breath
Re: banding. gradient on grey
on Sep 30, 2005 at 1:44:30 pm

I tried 16Bit but you can't have layers in 16bit. So I am not sure if I understand you right. Also I only can switch to 16 or 9 bit... So where does the 10 bit come from.

But is it normal to have banding when you do black on grey? Becayse when I do black on red or another colour I don't see the banding.

Very odd.


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Richard Harrington
Re: banding. gradient on grey
on Sep 30, 2005 at 2:01:19 pm

Newer versions of PS support layers at 16 bit


You can work in 16, then take it into the edit at 10 bit..... To my knowledge... there are no 16 bit NLEs (please fill me in if any have info on new ones)


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Richard Harrington
Re: banding. gradient on grey
on Sep 30, 2005 at 2:18:26 pm

Click on the add dither/noise checkbox

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Author: Photoshop CS for Nonlinear Editors
Co-Author Final Cut Pro on the Spot, After Effects on the Spot, Broadcast Graphics on the Spot, and After Effects @ Work
Check out the new DVD: Photoshop CS: Essentials for Digital Video from http://www.photoshopforvideo.com

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