The market is full of color grading monitors, and it is almost impossible to differentiate them without a deep understanding of display technology and using hours of reseach.
There are a lot of considerations to take into account when choosing a monitor and you can choose from different display resolutions, gamma & gamuts, inputs, screen sizes, viewing angles and contrast ratios.
To make this easier for you, we have created a list of the most common color critical monitors used by the professional colorist community.
Today we released Play Pro - an improved version of the old SCRATCH Play.
Play Pro now supports SDI-output, pretty stellar h264/h265 encoding, as well as ProRes encoding on Windows.
It's a nice tool to have handy for e.g. dailies review, or simpler transcoding jobs (e.g. for delivery).
Starting at 19 bucks a month, it's pretty affordable as well 🙂 .
Picked BySjors Krebbeks,
Hi everyone. I want to ask you which soft is the best in film industry for color grading Baselight or Davinci.I have been using Davinci for 5 years and now I'm interested to work with Baselight as well.
Thank you in advance.
In a blockbuster film or tv series what is the average time of color correction?
Sometimes I think we run so much due to the term of the channels and producers here in Brazil.
How do you work when you receive a material to create the look?