Canon 5D> with Streamclip of last h264 to ProRes> Colors
Frage von Julian0o: September 2010
I would be interested to know why, after the encoding of the material to Apple ProRes 5D, the colors are so different. Kann are the turn of the Prores codec 10bit color space and h264 has only 8 bit? And what I can tuen against and what makes her or against her simply lives with it?
Here is an example. Decoded raw material in the left and right original 5D ProRes footage.
To me it looks only for a different gamma value. Try first time with
Antwort von Julian0o:
Where do I change for him? In MPEG Streamclip itself, I find nothing ...
Antwort von deti:
No idea - I would do without the conversion synonymous.
Antwort von Julian0o:
One can synonymous super h264 material cut in Final Cut ...
I noticed that although it looks different in quicktime, but final cut in the same. Nich So Is it so bad.
Antwort von dustdancer:
well, you can super with proxys / dummies work and later to the final rausrendern the original files are using. always these people, others who need gratuitous bitching about ... want to help, but Paul dull times going on it ...
Antwort von xinon:
All seems to be playerabhängig .... just take the QuicktimePlayer7 version instead of the X-
of course you can edit the footage natively ... but how many tracks go as smoothly? (Or effects?)
Antwort von WoWu:
Quicktime uses the Gamma curve 1.8 (lum) and the rest of the world (including most monitor manufacturers) uses gamma 2.2 for luminance. Detis assumption was truly correct. Gamma change Quicktime or avoid, or just use OS 10.6, Snow Leopard because Apple says so, they had changed and were now the synonymous 2.2 User as gamma correction.
There is a workaround. Open the rendered file in QT .. then "Show Movie Properties", video highlights track, click on "Visual Settings". "Transparency" has a drop-down box. "Blend" setting and select "Trancparency Level to 100%. In the same menu "Straight Alpha" and select the thing Saven then "."
However, one can implement the gamma synonymous TAG. There were times small tools, which worked but not on the PCs. So come on the platform, works on her.