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Colin TraversCinema Scope 2.39 from 1080?
by on Mar 5, 2014 at 3:28:05 pm

Hey there friends,

I am grading a 1080p 23.98 project in DaVinci Resolve with 2.39 output blanking and the client wants to deliver 2.39 aspect ratio but at a resolution of 2048x858 (Cinema Scope 2.39 ). I have a way to do this in Resolve but want to compare it against what AE can do. How best to do this in the latest version of AE CC coming from my rendered work in Resolve?

An important detail is that the edit came from fcp7 via xml with sizing info and some shots also had stabilization done in AE so are not full frame 1080 as they move to keep stabilized. That being said they want to also get a 1080 render from me with the sizing info off which is fine - I will do that simply out of Resolve. What I am really curious about is how to get best results in AE to compare against what Resolve can do with uprez.

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Todd KoprivaRe: Cinema Scope 2.39 from 1080?
by on Mar 6, 2014 at 6:37:50 am

If you're just looking for the best upscaling, then use the Detail-Preserving Upscale effect in After Effects. It's in After Effects CC (12.1) and later:

For less quality and higher performance, use bicubic resampling:

Todd Kopriva, Adobe Systems Incorporated
After Effects quality engineering
After Effects team blog

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Colin TraversRe: Cinema Scope 2.39 from 1080?
by on Mar 6, 2014 at 2:22:57 pm

Can you explain in a little more detail? How best to import from Resolve (i would render out w/ sizing info that came from fcp xml - at 1080 with no output blanking), and then just in simple terms how to setup this operation in AE for what I am trying to achieve in the upscale? I would like to compare the latest CC AE against how Resolve does the scaling.

Thank you

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Colin TraversRe: Cinema Scope 2.39 from 1080?
by on Mar 7, 2014 at 4:55:14 pm

Hi Todd,

Any chance you could explain the new process you link to?


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