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Re: Cineon question
- To: "Rob Lingelbach" <rob at alegria.com>, "telecine internet group" <telecine at alegria.com>
- Subject: Re: Cineon question
- From: "Martin Euredjian" <martin at hollydig.com>
- Date: Mon, 21 Dec 1998 21:11:01 -0700
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>A client of mine has film with a mild intermittent flicker problem,
>caused by a bad camera motor.
One approach that I would explore would be to go black-and-white, isolate
the range of luminance where flicker happens and record it to tape (or DDR).
You'd then bring that back in through the keyer input and apply a very
delicate correction via a keyer-defined window. You could also use a video
switcher to do some creative mixing.
While I believe that the computed approach (Inferno) is the more vesatile
(and more generally applicable) we still have neat tricks that can be pulled
in real time-with the gear found in a modern Telecine bay.
ToddAO - Hollywood Digital, CA, USA
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martin at hollydig.com
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