Jeremy Dulac

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  1. You can write them about it - they will sell you the luts (which were in the original version) in cube form, or they did for me at least. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I have been searching everywhere for a good method of doing rolling shutter repair/removal but haven’t had any luck. Any ofx plugins or methods people recommend? The best i found was a fuse from 2012 for Fusion(I dont really know fusion yet, but could maybe dabble for a single premade effect)..but i could not make it work, and i also read it may not work with future updates. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. This is on their website now... https://www.filmconvert.com/nitrate
  4. Awesome! Thank you for the update - I am looking forward to this one.
  5. @John Parker Thanks, John! Yeah I have tried Juan's tutorial which has worked decently well for me. Can't wait to have correct camera profiling to bring out a more accurate film match!
  6. @John Parker Any update on when the cineon scans will be available? Excited about this one..
  7. @Jussi Rovanperä Ahhh very good to know! Those bits of info aren't always easily available, so thanks for clarifying!
  8. I see a lot of talk about people suggesting linearizing footage in between colorspace transforms for more accuracy. My question is if this process is still necessary with CST in resolve, since it works differently than luts would. I am simply trying to go from Rec709 to Cineon Log gamma and curious if linearization between this conversion would help, i.e. Rec709 to Linear then Linear to Cineon Log. I am grading under a PFE if that makes any difference to anyone.
  9. @Jannik Altgen @Nicolas Hanson Thank you for the explanations! I understand what Emily was saying now.
  10. @Emily Haine Sorry for the naivety, but could you elaborate a bit on what you mean by pivoting the deepest blacks toward mids? Or more so, what is the best tool to make this adjustment? I guess I am unclear on if you literally mean bring your black point up or something else. Thanks, Jeremy
  11. @Emily Haine I just signed up the other day! Im excited to learn fusion, it will be such a valuable tool.
  12. @Nicolas Hanson Thank you for the response. Glad to know I am on the right track - I definitely want to become more familiar and versed in Fusion, it seems super powerful.
  13. Hello all, I am attempting to add a light ray matte effect in Resolve, to create the effect of light rays cutting through a window in early morning. I am adding the matte as an actual file to my second layer in my edit panel and changing the blend mode to Screen from there, rather than adding the file to the media pool as a matte(perhaps this is the wrong way to do it?). The issue I am having is that my shot moves on a gimbal and I am trying to pin the matte overlay in place so it doesnt move with my shot. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to paste my point tracking data onto the matte clip (when I copy the data and then click paste on the matte file nothing happens) - or perhaps there is a better way to do it?? Any and all suggestions are welcomed! Thanks in advance for any help you could provide!