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Batch Reload Redcine-X RMD Raw Adjustments in Adobe Premiere Pro

July 29th, 2012 / By Angelo Lorenzo / 11 Comments

Update: Looking for a version of this tool for Premiere Pro CC and beyond? Check out Reset RMD as part of the Project Tools collection. Premiere Pro CS6 allows you to import, adjust, and edit RED raw .R3D files natively and it stores those raw adjustments non-destructively in its project file. When you adjust your…

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The Hollywood Post Alliance Presents On-Set Dailies: What’s the Flow?

July 28th, 2012 / By Angelo Lorenzo / No Comments

I recently attended the The Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA) panel discussion on the trend towards on-set dailies. The discussion centered on the use of on-set dailies, some of the broad workflows, and their cost benefit. Panelists included (in order of appearance): Richard Winnie, Vice President of Post Production at Universal Television and Universal Television Cable;…

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Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’s Michael Cioni on a 4K pipeline

July 23rd, 2012 / By Angelo Lorenzo / No Comments

Back in January, Michael Cioni of Light Iron took the time to talk to LAFCPUG about the future of a 4K pipeline using David Fincher’s Girl with the Dragon Tattoo as his example. He talks, in brief, about the acquisition process with the RED Epic and RED One, the editing process with offline ProRes LT…

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Creating Dailies with Adobe SpeedGrade CS6

July 21st, 2012 / By Angelo Lorenzo / No Comments

Adobe Speedgrade CS6 is an extremely powerful color grading application. It’s still showing some growing pains in comparison to DaVinci Resolve but, as an Adobe fanboy, I tend to overlook some of the issues to stay within the creative suite. And, yes, I’m well aware that I’ve been on a kick about processing dailies. It’s…

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Using Adobe After Effects to Batch apply LUTs for Dailies

July 16th, 2012 / By Angelo Lorenzo / 3 Comments

I recently worked on a major network pilot shooting on three Canon C300 cameras as part of the camera department; camera duties tied me up and allowed one of my good friends, and a fledgling DIT, to take care of the data wrangling. Our DIT processed dailies with a LUT on-set before they were uploaded…

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