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Jim Crum
Exporing Quicktime with Media Encoder
on Aug 6, 2010 at 8:46:28 pm

Have a two camera shoot of a dance company and one cam is a stop or so darker than the other. Talked to a colorist to get a quote for colorizing and he asks that I send a sample of both cams in Quicktime DVDvPro resolution. When I finished with the Adobe Media Encoder and looked at the result @720x480 it looks terrible...soft focus etc. Looks nothing like an .avi movie of same footage...will this Quicktime give him what he needs, I'm reluctant to send such bad looking footage.


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Michael Folorunsho
Re: Exporing Quicktime with Media Encoder
on Aug 11, 2010 at 5:25:05 pm

If it's just a sample, then couldn't you just send it using H.264 or a codec that looks better to you?




Michael Folorunsho - Videographer & Editor
http://www.mikedoesmedia.com


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Jim Crum
Re: Exporing Quicktime with Media Encoder
on Aug 12, 2010 at 8:42:51 pm

I'm woefully ignorant about the granding and colorizing process but as I remember the quick conversation, the post house guy said that
Quicktime provided more "latitude" for grading? Does that make sense?

Jim Crum
J.C. Productions
La Canada, CA 91011
crummer@charter.net


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