Hi folks! I cut for my grandfather at a stop motion film. Unfortunately, in the video sequences (the frames, he no longer) a constant flicker. With each picture is changing the brightness of what the whole thing neatly dirty. My grandfather claimed he had alls in manual mode, and from my own experience I know that he's always very good scenes illuminates. I know that is not where the flicker comes.
And now I wonder if perhaps it is not there a tool that with all the images to adjust brightness. Then I must not always manual adjust everything.
What such a tool? I work with Final Cut Studio 1
Antwort von camworks:
halt convert everything back into frames and then run batch job to run over it, where you adjust the brightness. then join as a video.
Antwort von ereshkigal:
I know myself with Final Cut Studio is not, but if you have a fairly quiet Picture so you can have a moving mask motif, then the background flackerrt least not ... Naja. Not really ne solution.
Or at times in Photoshop Picture> Customize> Same Color ... trial & error, in which all the images you have a "model-Picture" adapts. But that faith is not synonymous solution.
Hab synonymous already Stopmo-Knetfilm made. The problem is a classic. If s.vielem: sun, internal Cam software, power fluctuations, reflections ...
So sorry's doing to me, would say: handmade!
Antwort von der-Nick:
Thanks for your help ... 've already rumprobiert like crazy, but even with it's hard manual work.