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the perfect film look?



Frage von Pempi:
Juni 2006

Hi

My first small spielfilm located at the moment in the postproduction time and I wanted to check with you what one actually does s.besten to give the final touch to the film. I mean especially the colors, but synonymous to hire or effects, etc. because the film contrasts the moment a bit "bland" looks like. I do intersect with premiere (7.0 per). There is perhaps some tutorials or something similar to the network? 've already googled but found nothing useful.

grateful for any response

pempi



Antwort von Jörg:

moin,
Here search for "film look" 195 matches will be searched.
Gruß Jörg



Antwort von Axel:

I give Jörg right, of course. If you are already in the postpro, you've already lost 90% of your chances. Good lighting and optical filter more out of your film, synonymous if you do still have farbkorrigieren.
Nevertheless, three-jerk responses, and without plug-ins the only thing you can tear:
s.Erhöhe the gamma to pi mal Daumen 1.2.
b) Increase the saturation by about 5-10%.
c) If the Resolutionzweitrangig (for Web * and normal TV, or HD projector for non-plasma) s.Schluß create a second version, which you create completely de-interlaced (New Project with the new settings to re-import!). Then you can the "i" and the "p" version directly compared. The "i" version will be more brilliant, the "p" version will look better than Super 8, but less than 16 mm, in any case very filmic.

I will make only a creative color correction. Also - well filmed - video has its appeal. This whole film look palette but it is just a makeup bag for Videotransvestiten.

* Deinterlace (Webfilmchen before Kleinrechnen always.)





Antwort von amh-1:

Soso, a common topic again.

You'll get the Hollywood look with a DV camera is not applicable. Would otherwise be the "big" studios so pretty stupid if they put billions into production ..

But so does normal DV synonymous to vomit out .. if I may say so times.

The first thing you ever need ne decent resolution .. If you can afford you any cam 35mm (and that you can not), then I'd start with HDV me up to the film look Götene fight.

Everything else looks .. jääääääääs out ..

My thoughts ..

Are bestimt series of books about the film look right?

lg
Alex



Antwort von Pempi:

Quote:
Are bestimt series of books about the film look right?


with certainty, but I'm grad none here;)

The HC1 gives me at least schonmal opportunities hdv, synonymous if I could not enjoy it this time (pladde too small, computer too lame, no premiere 2.0)

@ Axel
with "version which I will be brilliant" you speak of probably the quali? 've always been all interlaced, because the videos were not usually meant for the internet.
would here a little time browsing through the forum if I find that useful, but in any case schonmal thanks for the "quick fixes";)

edit:
ok, you seem so real fat of the subjects to be annoyed: D was too lazy to use the search, now werd mal ne runde browse




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