Canon DSLR Footage 10-Bit Colorspace Up-conversion Tutorial
Credits: Robino Films
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Learn how to prepare your Canon DSLR footage for editing and color correction by up-converting 8-Bit compressed colorspace clips to true 10-bit 4:2:2 or 12-bit 4:4:4.
This tutorial demonstrates the cleaning of one clip from beginning to end. When working on a long form project, edit your film and then work on your final clips at the end. You can use FirstLight to apply film curves while editing since it’s real time and non destructive to give feel to your shots.
…and backup your original files!
– Cineform NeoHD
– Neat Video plugin
– After Effects
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