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dewan edwards
technicolor cinestyle
on Jan 13, 2014 at 1:39:06 am

Is anyone having noise/grain issues when filming with this? I am using a t3i and just shoot some footage and have some bad grain issues. If this is common what are the fixes? Not sure if its worth using if its a common out come


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Bob Dix
Re: technicolor cinestyle
on Jan 13, 2014 at 8:47:19 pm

I tried it, and got better results without it, I found the original footage was the only way to go unless you wanted weird video ?????????????????????

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dewan edwards
Re: technicolor cinestyle
on Jan 14, 2014 at 3:34:10 pm

thanks for getting back to me. I seen a couple of videos where others mentioned some grain issues. One person said he doesn't use it in low lighting situations. I think I will pass on using it. It may have been my error with some of my footage but I prefer to just leave it alone.. thanks again


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Warren Eig
Re: technicolor cinestyle
on Jan 15, 2014 at 7:20:16 am

No problems here on a 5D Mark III. The footage looks flat out of the camera but after converting it with 5DtoRGB Batch to ProRes422, I apply an S-log and the colors pop. Plenty of information in the highlights and shadows.

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dewan edwards
Re: technicolor cinestyle
on Jan 16, 2014 at 1:32:16 pm

hmm, think I will hold off shooting with this until I shoot some sample footage. I understand its suppose to be flat its just the noise I have in the footage, even on my outside shoots. Could be something I've accidently done. Doing some research I have seen that others have had the same issues with extra grain/noise in their footage as well.


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Warren Eig
Re: technicolor cinestyle
on Jan 16, 2014 at 10:15:38 pm

Remember, here are other setting you have to set in camera when using Cinestyle.

Recommended Canon EOS camera settings with Technicolor CineStyleTM:

Based on Technicolor’s usage and testing of its CineStyleTM Picture Style, we recommend the following camera settings to optimize the image quality of your Canon EOS camera:

Sharpness: 0
Contrast: -4
Saturation: -2
Color T one: 0

ISO: a multiple of the camera’s native ISO (i.e. a multiple of 100 or 160 depending on the camera)

For the 5D Mark III, I only shoot ISO in multiples of 160. 160, 320, 640, 1250… I've done test in various lighting situations form daylight to night time exterior and found the true native ISO with the least noise is 640.

Warren Eig
O 310-470-0905


email: warren@babyboompictures.com
website: http://www.babyboompictures.com


REEL: http://www.babyboompictures.com/BabyBoomPictures/Reels.html




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