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    Senior Member Brook Willard's Avatar
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    Unfortunately I tossed the script together, smiled to myself and quit without saving.
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    Yeah, I concure. Both RGB_4.tif and RGB_4half.tif are only 22MB. (not 74MB like the rest)

    I'm getting an incomplete file error.

    Then again if you look at the CML page you can see that a portion of the files & thumbnails are missing. I'm guessing the upload was interrupted.

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    Good. I was seeing the same thing with the 22 meg files. Some of the x'd out pics were still downloadable though. Others were not. I am just finishing getting the last two on the mirror right now

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    I just got back from the San Francisco Autodesk Systems Demonstration. They were projecting/keying/masking/color grading/editing a great deal of 35mm origin 2k DPX files... and you know what? I just sat there the whole time thinking to myself: "That would be infinitely easier to key if you had shot that on RED." "Wow... that's really soft." "What's with the lack of resolution?" "So much grain screwing up that key."

    Another thing I noticed: they were trying to clean up an actress' face in an example, and I was thinking to myself "Most of that is just grain."

    I think actresses may be the newest proponent of the silky smooth RED. Personally I think the grain free look is much more flattering and doesn't accent every pore. Which I guess is opposite of the commonly held view on HD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Voevodsky
    Jim,

    I hope your ready for the OSCARs next year for Technical Achievement for RED 1.
    ... and all from dvxuser.com community for another one ;)


     

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