I have a client who wants to color grade in ProRes 4444 instead of using the original R3D files. Does anyone know if its better to deliver in RedLog instead of REDgamma3? Or is there another setting that is even better?
on Dec 6, 2013 at 6:20:14 am Last Edited By Paul Provost on Dec 7, 2013 at 8:42:45 pm
rlf will give you more latitude than rg3, but if you're not used to grading log, it will take longer to get a good picture.
rlf/rc3 is a very standard accepted workflow though. If you want a good fast starting point, rg3/rc3 works great.
Make sure your white balance is good before debayer!