Luca Di Gioacchino

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  1. This is a great tutorial, but I find that a more comprehensive "how-to" video is missing, explaining how to use the plugin from beginning to end.
  2. Great plug in, guys, but it would be great if you can post some proper how-to tutorials online. Also, when will this plug in be available for Baselight users?
  3. Or this: https://www.amazon.com/Blackmagic-Design-UltraStudio-Playback-BDLKULSDZMINMON/dp/B009D912TM
  4. I don't know if this helps in any way but I bought this BenQ several years ago as my second screen for GUI: https://www.amazon.com/BenQ-2560x1440-Widescreen-BL2420PT-DisplayPort/dp/B01LHYIATA
  5. Go with the BENQ PD3200P (but BenQ states on their website that it's end of life, to be replaced by this one: https://www.benq.com/en-us/monitor/photographer/sw321c.html
  6. Are the 10 bit monitors true 10 bit or 8 bit dithered?
  7. Another name came to mind: Jason Bowdach. Great Resolve instructor. Also worth the price of admission.
  8. He reminds me a lot of Denver Riddle, only with more enthusiasm, but with all of the same snake-oil salesman pitches. Having said that, good on him if he can make money that way. As an alternative, how about buying Alexis Van Hurkman's Color Correction Handbook, instead? It's waaaaay cheaper and more informative. Plus it comes with footage you can download and play around with. Lowepost is tops, too (goes without saying). Mixing Light, as well) it's paid content but worth every penny). I wish Lowepost would invite Van Hurkman to teach a course. He' s a great instructor.
  9. I've ordered many items from B&H over the years without any problems. Have you tried contacting their sales department about this?
  10. If you can provide more detail it would help. What programs are you and the VFX team working in? Normally VFX is always done in linear colour space.