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  • Just wondered ...

    if there is anyone out there? If not using DS what did you switch into?
    Posted to Avid DS (Forum) by RobinDS on Fri, May 19 2017
  • Re: Is mapping keyboard using alt or ctrl key possible ?

    I have a couple of confusions that you might have time to clear up? 1. If I want to see or even re-map a button to button with CNTRL ... can I not do that? ie say I would like CNTRL M to be match frame ... I can only see SHFT 2. As someone suggested ... I'd like SHFT ESCAPE to be 'Toggle Source/Record in Timeline' ... I can assign it there
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by RobinDS on Mon, Mar 28 2016
  • Re: Never the twain shall look the same - the old chestnut colourspace

    Ok everything I think works out in my head on this... the one thing that I can't resolve is the supplied 444 ProRes quicktime. I find that if I import it into a 422 sequence with 709 LUT it looks correct. So i understand the issue that the same LUT is not appropriate to use when importing into a 444 sequence which is RGBspace but in this case what
    Posted to Avid DS (Forum) by RobinDS on Tue, Oct 1 2013
  • Re: Never the twain shall look the same - the old chestnut colourspace

    Hmmmm so I get 444 is in RGB space and 422 is a YUV (well nearly) space, and from reading that doc it seems the correct workflow is to make the sequence in 444 render it 32bit float then drag it into a 422 sequence, re-render it and export ... does that seem the correct workflow? My slight issue is that the quicktime which is a ProRes444 file looks
    Posted to Avid DS (Forum) by RobinDS on Mon, Sep 30 2013
  • Never the twain shall look the same - the old chestnut colourspace

    I know we have been there in the passed but I have some colourspace issues that are vexing me... 1.) If I take in some 444 files (say Alexa or ProRes) then... why are they different in a 422 sequence compared to a 444 sequence which seems to drop the black level plus is much more sensitive to grade in 444. I expected DS to seemlessly transpose between
    Posted to Avid DS (Forum) by RobinDS on Mon, Sep 30 2013
  • Re: Keylight not compatible with DS 11

    I must say that is disappointing and worrying. I was thinking of moving up to V11 from 10 but I like keylight. I guess the issue is that Avid need to demonstarte a positive message about the future of DS.
    Posted to Avid DS (Forum) by RobinDS on Thu, May 16 2013
  • Re: Colour space and mapping

    So am I correct to consider the 'sequence LUT' as just a LUT for the monitoring? Everyone keeps saying how simple and straight forward 444 is in DS yet I am really struggling to grasp how many LUTs are being applied and where! So the LUT on import designed to Linearise the supplied file, then DS works internally in a Linear colour space which
    Posted to Avid DS (Forum) by RobinDS on Sat, May 11 2013
  • Re: Colour space and mapping

    That is a useful bit of info. So I guess the issue is : If you were supplied a true 601/709 file and want to send it back in the same format do you actually want to import the file using Linear, set the sequence to 709 colour space and then export with 601/709 settings ? Is it a case that if you were to import a 709 file using the 709 setting it would
    Posted to Avid DS (Forum) by RobinDS on Thu, Apr 25 2013
  • Re: Colour space and mapping

    I'd like to say it all works out but ..... it doesn't really. The job I had was to import a prores 444 film (which says it is a Rec 709 file) ... I import to DS 10bit seq set 444 and Rec 709 colour Space ... if I import the file with import settings as Rec 601/709 then it appears to be stretching that colour space out to full, which makes sense
    Posted to Avid DS (Forum) by RobinDS on Mon, Apr 22 2013
  • Re: What's new in DS?

    Do you feel Resolve offers more possibility and scope on a grade than DS, taking into account that it will be quicker?
    Posted to Avid DS (Forum) by RobinDS on Fri, Apr 19 2013
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