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Saxon RixIntermittent Sub Black's using Eyeheight (Adstream)
by on Dec 22, 2015 at 6:51:18 pm

Hi guys,

I have been submitting a handful of commercials to Adstream here in the UK.

The first few I "legalised" using the video limiter in premiere CC. However, They failed due to sub Black's.

After this Adstream sent a tutorial for me showing that "video limiter" simply doesn't work apparently, and to instead use the plugin from eyeheight.

So I followed the tutorial (applying the exact settings they suggested: max=110% min=-20%) and it still failed due to sub Blacks(!?)

Even after this I tried min=-10% instead, but it still failed due to sub-blacks.

Can anyone suggest a sure fire way to get legal levels through premiere pro? Video limiter & eyeheight don't seem to be working for me :/.

In fact, eyeheight is very buggy, causing the monitor in premiere pro to go black at times, and won't return to normal until I restart the app.

Any help would be much appreciated!

Thanks!


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Mike KellandRe: Intermittent Sub Black's using Eyeheight (Adstream)
by on Dec 26, 2015 at 8:00:54 am

I use the eyeheight legaliser quite often. Only issue I had was with still images (with ken burns moves etc) rendering with illegal levels. It happened when I nested a progressive sequence into an interlaced sequence, so I could have interlaced scrolling credits with the rest of the doco having progressive pan and scan etc. Otherwise it has been very reliable, albeit super slow to render/export. I use the 'extra safe' setting. Have you got the plugin on an adjustment layer? I.e. It needs to be the last effect in the chain to work properly.

Cheers,
Mike


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