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  1. Hello, Regarding my future bachelor degree work of Remote Color Grading, I have to get more details for my statistics. Can you help me out to have some contacts or more details for my research? I will compare the communication from a normal session to a remote session in daily business. And as well, if this technology will be a standard soon in future. Maybe you know some colorists, which already do remote color grading daily. Thanks for your help. Stefan
  2. Hi. I wonder what others use for remote sessions? Streambox seems like a good solution but a bit pricey for small shop like mine. Chroma models are around 10k sender and 7k receiver units so that got me thinking a bit as session frequency is not that high now. I know there are some older models as well. Usually we do offline remote as we work on a job, send it in for comments but sometimes it seems that having agency wants to be in as well.
  3. Hi all, here's a tutorial explaining remote grading with SCRATCH. Main things to point out are, that you don't need the media you're grading on on both sides, also you can add as many workstations/artists as you want, joining the creative session. Have a look: