So my biggest question has stemmed from past issues of viewing work over the internet. Now, a large majority of viewers have monitors that aren't at all close to proper calibration. Do you guys ever worry about your work being viewed online and people interpreting them without understanding whats wrong?
Example: I just shot a music video that takes place in a graveyard at night and it will mostly be viewed on the internet but will possibly be on television (mtv, fuse or ?).
Now im sure it comes into play which direction to decided to output for but im trying to accomadate both but to be honest mainly broadcast TV. So I calibrated it on SMPTE calibrated monitors. My biggest problem is that many home computer monitors (in my experience) show my work on average to be more contrasty and darker than on a calibrated monitor. Do you guys worry about this? This latest music video is perfect on a calibrated monitor but is fairly dark on computer monitors which worries me when any one is viewing them. Im sorry if it doesnt make much sense but i hope you guys get the idea? what do you guys do?
I will follow up later in regards to why i dislike H.264 aswell. Thanks.
Edited by Darrin P Nim, 30 May 2007 - 01:35 AM.