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#1 Giray Izcan

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Posted 25 May 2013 - 03:13 PM

Hello everyone! I have some questions about the software and color correction. I just downloaded Resolve Lite, and have been playing around to familiarize myself with color correction. I have an u16 uprezzed 1080 project that's in prorez 422 10bit, which I set it at 444 32bit in Resolve to avoid compression artifacts. I was messing with blur/sharpen tool, but when I sharpen it (radius setting dragged down to 38 from its start point 50) I notice a great deal of increase in grain. I'm assuming it is because grain is part of detail, so it pops out as I sharpen it. If not, would anyone suggest some other solutions?Or should I avoid using sharpening tool with 16mm projects? The reason I was trying that is because uprez 1080 does not have the same sharpness and crispness of a regular 1080 telecine, so I was trying to compensate for it by sharpening the footage. Thank you in advance.
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