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    Thread from the dead!
    Makes me miss the look of the DVX100 though, at least when there are no blown out highlights.


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    I really liked this. Got so caught up in the story that any peceived technical short comings went out the window. The good old days when people on here told stories instead go just discussing equipment.


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    Thanks, Reem - I appreciate it.


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    Updated "Film Converted" grading just for fun

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRTm868gAPU


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    I have to say that that is some of the best DVX100 footage I have ever seen.


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    Thanks, MDK! Sometimes I miss that 16mm look of the DVX, although I love my GH4.


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    Thanks, Filmcan for the kind words. We basically shot in squeeze mode F6 23.976 on the DVX. In post in Adobe Premiere I used a 23.976 timeline and did minimal color tweaks (added contrast). The piece you just saw on Youtube was put through Filmconvert standard film style. I also dropped the saturation in Filmconvert to -85, and dropped the flimstyle grain to 7 (down from 100) In Premiere I upped the sharpness +7, bumped the RGB blue to 107 from 100, increased contrast a few points and that's about it. when I went to output I chose (from Premiere) Vimeo HD 23.976 720P. I don't think it uprezzed it as much as it preserved the quality from my original DV files, but I could be wrong. If you're going to output to DVD don't add sharpness. Hope that helps!
    Last edited by shadowProd; 09-14-2016 at 07:09 AM.


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    This is what your film reminded me of,
    https://youtu.be/heDR1arMWT4
    Lonesome Jim.


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    Thanks. Great company to be in. I just put it on my Netflix list.


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    I love my gh5, but thinking about buying a DVX100b for old time sakes (and transferring my mini-dv library)

    And yes, I keep tweaking my grading on my DVX short.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRTm868gAPU


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