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    How to smooth movments to look more Cinematic?

    Hello my name is Woody, i really like this Forum.
    I got a question, it may sound strange to some of you please forgive me if the question sound kind of funny to you, but i need to grasp this.

    Here is a good example for my question, so i assume to smooth the movements happens in post.

    http://youtu.be/7yATQA-Ly4g?t=1m51s in this video you see the artist in front of the greenscreen (1.51min)

    The movments still look kind of uncinematic, i can tell they used a high shutterspeed. I got similar footage (high shutter, music video)

    http://youtu.be/PiHOonldMPU?t=25s
    In the final product/video the movements like more cinematic (in my opinion) or smoother. How do i achieve this in post?

    Thanks for help.


    WOODY

    #2
    I don't think that "Making of" video is playing at normal speed, they speed it up a bit.

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      #3
      For what reason? It just looks like high shutter footage. The vid is shot on a 5dmkII. May Cinematic is the wrong word here, but you i bet you get my point.

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        #4
        well yes they did shoot it high shutter...cuz in the bts on the camera it was iso 500 shutter 250 . Just shoot at 1/45 to get cinematic movement. Depending on the lights you are using you may have to use 1/50 or 1/60 though
        http://vimeo.com/jambredzvisions
        http://www.youtube.com/user/jambred

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          #5
          @jambredz yes i know that thanks.

          my question is how they get from the recorded stuff (raw) (the movements look different to the final product)
          to look like the final video. Is there a technique to archive that? "Cinematic" was the wrong word in that case...

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            #6
            Its just alot of color correction, filters, flares, after effects , blur, shake, hiigh shutter and probably shot at 50/60p then conformed final to 24 or 25p.
            It is visualy powerfull as with alot of similar high impact vivid music videos. Probably best not to confuse it with 'cinematic'.

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              #7
              Yes, 'polished' would be the word, and it's because of this:

              Creole:
              color correction, filters, flares, after effects , blur, shake
              But if it was shot on a 5D it would have been shot at 24, 25 or 29.97fps, not 50/60p as Creole suggested.

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                #8
                I like 'polished' - excellent word for this product. Let's be honest, the green screen stuff was hardly 'clever' - everything planned for post production tweaking, so I suspect the key to success was sharp images, really sharp focus and high shutter speeds to prevent any motion blur. With sharp images, the potential for detail in post increases. I've never tried it, but with a sharp key, there's no reason you couldn't create intermediate frames to smooth out screen crossing fast movement. If you have budget, there's little you can't do. If you break the video down to it's components, the actual shot material isn't clever at all. Just excellent quality images. No camera movement, so no need for even a dolly/ped/crane - just stick the performer in front of a static camera and let him move!

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                  #9
                  Thanks for all replys!

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                    #10
                    Throughout the history of cinema, the cinematic ‘gold standard’ has been 35mm film running at 24fps in a camera with interchangeable lenses. To create this look for under 25,000 using digital equipment was impossible just a few years ago, but the new breed of DSLR cameras can create footage similar to that of 35mm cinema-film cameras.



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