Adéyẹmi

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  1. Any thoughts on dealing with DR's harsh highlights technically? I am trying to imitate the baselights carefully compressed very soft and soothing highlight roll off. Either by DCTL, or anything. Any tricks, at all? Thanks in advance.
  2. Hi guys, Both BL and DR users, any thoughts on dealing with DR's harsh highlights technically? I am trying to imitate the baselights carefully compressed very soft and soothing highlight roll off. Either by DCTL, or anything. Any tricks, at all? Thanks in advance.
  3. Hi guys, Both BL and DR users, any thoughts on dealing with DR's harsh highlights technically? I am trying to imitate the baselights carefully compressed very soft and soothing highlight roll off. Either by DCTL, or anything. Any tricks, at all? Thanks in advance.
  4. Isnt the output colourspace suppose to be same as your monitor calibration?
  5. This might be a bit challenging, but it helped me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awjjIY2U6Og&t=13s
  6. Adéyẹmi

    CDL

    Hi Daniele. Does ordinarily exporting an ALE from Davinci into Premiere pro, give me the leverage of experiencing Davinci's primary correction algorithm in Premiere? Just the LGG correctors ^+ saturation? In your post, you mentioned that "In order to make CDL work, you need an additional Colour Management Layer that transforms the image into the correct state, apply the CDL values and eventually convert the image into another image state" Thanks.
  7. The brain node...is it a parallel, layer, or key mixer? Or kindly export me a dpx file, the drx wont import, thanks.
  8. by any chance do you know how this monochrome mode on the RGB mixer is achieved using either colour crosstalk or colour matrix on BL?
  9. Sorry it only mutes all nodes on your colour page. For rendering, on the export page, under video, go to advanced settings, you will find Enable flat pass, choose the Always on option.
  10. cmd \ or alt \ These two are for split and combine. This can be done within the colour page. Simply select the two clips or more which u r tryna combine.