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#1 Gabriel Bordas

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Posted 10 November 2007 - 05:23 PM

Hi,

here are some frames of a tattoo docu. Im all new to CC so i ned help from a profesional.

I also befor done CC transform the dvcprohd100 in tiff 16 bit files from FCP to make some noise reduction an ad a litle soft grain at 2K in CS2 to make a more anti-video electronic image.

Every one doing this. I simply try to make that texture of a digital intermediate an all process done later based on this new texture than the dvcpro100 artifacts.

In terms of CC, i'm on the right whay? It's seams to me that are to saturated and to "processesed".

I export the video in tiff, there it a beter whay? Are quality diferences TIFF vs DPX

image 1-1 a tiff 8 bit dvcprohd100 1080p image with contrast and luminace to max in CS
image 2-2 same image like 1-1 accept it is in 16 bit with noise reducion and soft noise grain add.

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#2 Gabriel Bordas

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Posted 10 November 2007 - 05:27 PM

Sory forget to but the link of the CC images
http://www.flickr.co...?q=hdx900&w=all

2-2 image with noise redution before go to CC.

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Edited by Gabriel Bordas, 10 November 2007 - 05:31 PM.

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