Jussi Rovanperä

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  1. Have you looked into using Nuke Studio as the central hub instead of BL?
  2. I don't worry about viewers gamma and viewing conditions because those are out of hands anyway. What is important with many projects is to make sure that the grades work also on smaller devices like phones and tablets, something that looks moody on a big TV might just look really dull on a small screen, so one would need to find a compromise that works on both.
  3. I haven't seen the keyboard used in real life, but on the demo he kept the trim button pressed down while jogging with the wheel. But I'll check this from some people who are in NAB now. EDIT: Confirmed that this is how the trims work.
  4. Grant said that there will be a left-handed version also. The trim buttons in the bmd keyboard work like modifier keys for the jog wheel, and I think that is quite a bit faster and intuitive than first selecting a trim mode, then adjusting the trim, and then switching to another mode
  5. Single SSD would be fine for the R3D's, but the bottleneck for the playback is the CPU and GPU power, not the drive speed.
  6. If you render out of Resolve with "no ODT", you would bring those shots back as "no IDT". In Fusion you'd use OCIO only for viewing, but not for rendering.
  7. you can create a line with polygon or b-spline, and use that as a mask
  8. Walter posted an earlier version in facebook, and wrote a little breakdown of the nodes. I saved it because I thought this is an interesting approach.
  9. For projects with hundreds/thousands of cuts, it makes sense to have a fixed structure. I've been using 16 serial nodes, and "Switching clips selects" is set to "same node", so when you change clips, the same node stays active. For short projects it doesn't really matter.
  10. I would transform to redwidegamut/3g10 and then color transform from that to awg/logc. Going to DG/RG4 or DG2/RLF might clip some values.
  11. Single HD speed is in that range, so that's the bottleneck if you're not using ssd's or Raid's.
  12. You should check "If it's purple someone's gonna die", here's a link
  13. Mistika has keyboard shortcuts for RGB Gain, Lift and Gain+Lift (offset)