I tried to effect the skin tone detail on our HDX900 to soften the detail on an older client somewhat but nothing seems to happen. I turned it on and it's on the "A" table. I did a "skin tone get" and it confirmed. The zebra covers most of the face and changing that to less or more coverage using "ymax, ymin, etc. had no effect. Am I missing something? I'm not using any filtration, such as a Promist, on the lens because this is a green screen.
One is that the detail is turned off already. The skin tone deatil feature merely subtracks the detail in the keyed area from the overall detail setting. Perhaps your detail level is so low or off that it is therefore having no effect.
A second possibility is that the skin tone detail level, the control which regulates the amount of detail subtracted in the key area is set too high so that even though the effect is turned on and the keyed area determined the amount of reduction is not enough.
You are brilliant John! I have our camera setup with the Detail "off". We prefer it this way and have had it set for a few years. I'm so used to that setup I didn't even consider it. A case of the simplest solution was right in front of me. I should have paid attention to the details:) (sorry).