Margus Voll

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  1. Why i was thinking Atem Mini Pro is that its separate box that does not live in your machine that i'm after like my Nobe OmniScope now lives in separate computer now.
  2. I hear ATEM Mini Pro is used as server for it as well with good results.
  3. Make aces project, Assuming you get clean aces and not any variation, if variation aces CC, CG, CTT tag input accordinglu, set odt to rec 709. If all looks good jut render.
  4. Some users are using Vimeo Live now but i have not tested it. I assume its similar to streaming to YT from Scrtach.
  5. I calibrate my CG246 with LightSpace just fine.
  6. I probably would get probe and rent dedicated calibration software instead internal probe.
  7. I'm still thinking to use Assimilate Live Looks or similar as streaming station but you would need to rent Red 5 server separately to distribute your "signal" Just have not had time to build d dictated pc yet as have few features at hand currently. My end goal would be clients on iPad or such but in the end if really hard second wave happens then to be able to send one machine with calibrated display to dop to eval colors. So let's say I send from live looks pc over sdi to that machine and server in cloud and machine that is receiver and has calibrated hd display for example. Separate se
  8. I would also go as far and say that the tools behavior changes are marginal but getting errors due negative values in shadows is more of a reason to use cct. Maybe resolve and some other tools could address that so going under 0 value does not result in negative (pink and blue pixel noise)
  9. Protools rountrip ooptions in render page do not give you that ?
  10. What do you mean not better than NeatVideo?
  11. As i understand filmgrade and basegrade behave differently: Filmgrade adjust + and - to opposite colors like printer lights usually do but Basegrade bump would adjust any given vector without touching opposite side which seems might give much more control overall. Haveto test them out a bit more in practice. Maybe @Andy Minuth and @Daniele Siragusano maybe can chime in here.
  12. Hi. I have a feeling this has been covered before but have no recollection where: I'm looking example or video tutorial on how reconform works on re edit of a film? Why i ask this is while i work on films on TV shows its rather common that over time story gets many adjustment phases and reconforming them might be pain at times. (i'm on different platform currently but educating myself on BL more and more) Lately Mistika demo showed this with impressive results and i was wondering if that is also possible in so efficent ways in BL?