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  1. Hello guys, I've just delivered a project and it has been uploaded to youtube. The issue is the video is looking very pixelated/ heavy squares are very present in the Image even in FHD. When the video is in 4k quality this issue is gone. any tip or feedback on this matter ? PS: Graded in davinci resolve 17 studio Uploaded in every possible codec, even in Prores 422HQ.
  2. Hi everyone, Does anyone know if there is a tool to manage bright saturated color clipping (out of gamut colors) in Resolve ? Something similar to the Baselight compress gamut? Thank you,
  3. I started working on a project recently that is intended to be very dark, nearly black. It's a one room setup at night with the goal to seem lit by candles and a window. My approach has been to keep a consistent luminance level on focal points of shots and let the rest fall where it will. Because of this, there's a lot of signal being compressed into the blacks that we're fine with letting go into shadow. The look is essentially what we want, but the inevitable compression that will muddy up shadow detail and add banding is in the back of my mind. What kind of approaches do some of you take for near black looks? Is future compression in mind when you work?
  4. Hi folks, here's a video about the various import options in SCRATCH, and also about the different hardware requirements of the various types of camera footage. Might also be interesting for non-SCRATCH users 🙂 . Greetz, Mazze *EDIT* updated for v9