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JonZ MarZCorrecting a DSLR clip with an overexposed channel?
by on Apr 18, 2016 at 6:19:12 am
Last Edited By JonZ MarZ on Apr 18, 2016 at 6:20:56 am

I got a bunch of clips with a lot of reds bleeding over 100 IRE. I try to fix this with RGB curves but it very difficult without moving every channel. The clips are not too bad, the channels IRE signals are mostly lineup well, it just those extra pixels that goes over the legality.

example
http://i.imgur.com/eCLyBzZ.png

Lowered the global RGB curve to around 90 IRE and there's still a lot of pixel above. If I move down the red alone, then the picture start to unbalance. Is there a trick to recover those signals inside the legality (thus preserving details) or I'm stuck to clip them?


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