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Film nach Kompressor-Export zu dunkel.

Film based on compressor export too dark.



Frage von Johnny:2:
Mai 2008

I have my film on a final farbkorrigiert officially calibrated monitor. If I were him now FCP2 via Compressor DVD rauslasse are at once the black tones quite pulled down - it seems as if at any Compression (Squeeze synonymous with) the luminosity a few steps down is drawn.

Has anyone a good advice on how I use my images without luminance changes on DVD - and generally get compressed?



Antwort von Johnny:2:

Hi - I hope you stone me not because I had this post already in the department of Mac / Apple purely wrote. Unfortunately, because nobody knew what. Maybe someone here is yes, the one proposal:

I have my film on a final farbkorrigiert officially calibrated monitor. If I were him now FCP2 via Compressor DVD rauslasse are at once the black tones quite pulled down - it seems as if at any Compression (Squeeze synonymous with) the luminosity a few steps down is drawn.

Has anyone a good advice on how I use my images without luminance changes on DVD - and generally get compressed?

Or is the s.den monitors? On standard TV monitor and preview it looks good - only on laptop monitors and Comp-duster is it so ...



Antwort von Markus:

"Johnny: 2" wrote:
Maybe someone here is so ...

See Punkt 1 and 3. - Ich habe die beiden Fragen hier vereint, weil noch ein paar Infos dazugekommen sind.

"Johnny: 2" wrote:
Punkt 1 and 3. - Ich habe die beiden Fragen hier vereint, weil noch ein paar Infos dazugekommen sind.

Or is the s.den monitors? On standard TV monitor and preview it looks good - only on laptop monitors and Comp-duster is it so ...
Punkt 1 and 3. - Ich habe die beiden Fragen hier vereint, weil noch ein paar Infos dazugekommen sind.


What do you mean, it would s.Vorschau-(Video -?) Monitor and s.Television good? Is it the way it should be? Then it would be what I would leave.

Do you have the video files farbkorrigierten perhaps with a player views, an (active) for default colors and contrasts, so that it is "excessive kino" looks like?





Antwort von PowerMac:

It is either s.Television / or video monitor s.Computer look good. One of the two.



Antwort von Johnny:2:

So my preview monitor is an Apple 23 "display that s.eine Matrox MXO is connected and thus properly calibrated monitor serves as a video.
I have the color in color and made the preview to see it well from synonymous. I can also synonymous of a standard TV s.die MXO box hang - and synonymous as are the colors in order.

When I now, however, the movie off and then s.einem normal computer monitor watch, is just the luminance quite pulled down. Say, contours in dark areas are just completely black and in the end, a dark scene that is hardly recognizable.

But somehow can not be that because the differences are so great ... So I can but synonymous other movie DVD's, or synonymous s.TV s.Computer and recognize synonymous in dark scenes still everything.



Antwort von Natevi:

Hi Jonny,
look here
http://www.finalcutprofi.de
Since cavort a few real experts, just what monitors.

Use the search function first and if negative make your question there.

Good luck
Diethelm



Antwort von Johnny:2:

I've yet what rausgefunden. If I were in Final Cut Pro to preview the Digital Cinema Desktop RAW turn - then the picture is much darker than Matrox MXO-YUV.

Man, this is obviously bad - because what would you do? So you should watch the film so synonymous s.Computer can watch - and not just s.TV. But I can not now but once again everything umkorrigieren ...

@ Diethelm - Thanks, will look as times passes.



Antwort von Markus:

"Johnny: 2" wrote:
Man, this is obviously bad - because what would you do? So you should watch the film so synonymous s.Computer chart can ...

Since every user's screen as recruits (synonymous or not), as he saw fit, you will hardly affect how the clip when the people finally looks. So something like a PDF format for video (which looks the same then) there is not yet to my knowledge.




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