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Dennis Hingsberg
v9 grade into v10 grade = different grade?
on Feb 19, 2014 at 7:39:15 pm

Anyone else try a grade exported from version 9 and importing it into version 10 and experiencing different results on the the SAME clip?

I am, so just wanted to see if anyone else has tested or tried it/

cheers

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Clark Bierbaum
Re: v9 grade into v10 grade = different grade?
on Feb 19, 2014 at 9:11:02 pm

Thought I was crazy! But guess it must be true! SOME corrections taken from stills of previous sessions don't match, haven't loaded an old timeline. Some only one node of primary correction.

This is NOT cool!

Clark Bierbaum
Color Grading / Post Consultant
GarnetColor.com
Charlotte, NC


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Dennis Hingsberg
Re: v9 grade into v10 grade = different grade?
on Feb 20, 2014 at 4:44:09 pm

this is totally not cool and needs to be addressed, I can't possibly move to 10 without the ability to preserve my grades.

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Juan Salvo
Re: v9 grade into v10 grade = different grade?
on Feb 20, 2014 at 5:49:17 pm

If you update your database as opposed to importing a "drx" then your grades will be consistent. The issue here is with bringing a drx (not a drp, btw) directly from one version into another without the math being adjusted.

If you import a drp that also gets updated.

That said, theres still a chance thing might look slightly different from version to version. Debayer, noise reduction, blur/sharp algorithms get updated and change. Hue vs math gets changed. ACES versions get updated. Etc, etc. This could effect the way your image looks.

If you want perfectly consistent results, you shouldn't upgrade in the middle of a project.

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http://theColourSpace.com


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Clark Bierbaum
Re: v9 grade into v10 grade = different grade?
on Feb 20, 2014 at 10:59:26 pm

Good info! The only problem with waiting to upgrade is that sometimes clients come back months later with revisions!

Clark Bierbaum
Color Grading / Post Consultant
GarnetColor.com
Charlotte, NC


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andrew sableton
Re: v9 grade into v10 grade = different grade?
on Feb 25, 2014 at 7:36:26 pm

That's why you will always keep at least one previous version of any piece of major production software on a cloned bootable drive. There is no problem here at all.


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