Compositing help needed
Posted 09 November 2006 - 12:29 PM
Restrictions due to the complete lack of lighting kit and tripods meant that in one of our interior shots their is a glare from the key light on a wooden door, unfortunate, but there was nothing could be done about it at the time.
I tried compositing this out using combustion, which seemed to have worked very well when played back on my monitor, or a TV, but when blown up and projected on a full size screen didn't look so good.
My question is, how can anyone do things like this successfully unless they are able to constantly check their results by blowing up the frame to full projection size to see what it looks like ? Surely there must be some way of doing it.
Any suggestions gratefully appreciated
Posted 09 November 2006 - 02:30 PM
Posted 09 November 2006 - 06:03 PM
Import and work in 10 bit - export in 10 bit
Do the least you can
Learn to love LUTs
The human eye is very forgiving except for Peripheral motion -from our days of being hunters- so keep Peripheral wobbles (motion and color) to a minimum
Saves expensive film outs - I last did this on Kinky Boots titles
Posted 11 November 2006 - 11:26 AM
Many thanks for your reply to my compositing question, but how do you window in to a smaller part of the screen without making everything look totally pixellated ?
Sorry if this sounds like a silly question, but I'm a complete novice at this.
Thanks, Tony Powell