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Film-Alexa-Epic test from Daniel HenrĂ­quez Ilic

 

This demo, was created for 35mm film-out, and there is one print in Santiago.

The color grading was done in da Vinci Resolve 9 with only one node.

The debayering of the Red Epic footage was done with RedLog gamma curve and Redcolor2 colorspace.  

The reason for just one color correction node, was to compare the different image sources with some kind of base comparison level.

The daylight Vision3 250D 35mm  footage had indeed more information in the highlight that could have been recovered using a luminance key.

For this version, the film emulation 3D LUT was applyed on the render, and its look is similar to the 35mm print.

If you click on the image there is a HD DPX fle

As there has been so much email about this test here's a link to the 8GB Video file of it all

5219 scanned with Scanity at 4K to 16 bit TIFF
Alexa ProRes 12 bit CT-3200 ISO-500
Epic REDcode RAW 3:1 compression CT-3200 ISO-500
5219 scanned with Scanity at 4K to 16 bit TIFF
Alexa ProRes 12 bit CT-3200 ISO-500
Epic REDcode RAW 3:1 compression CT-3200 ISO-500
5219 scanned with Scanity at 4K to 16 bit TIFF
Alexa ProRes 12 bit CT-3200 ISO-500
Epic REDcode RAW 3:1 compression CT-3200 ISO-500
5207 scanned with Scanity at 4K to 16 bit TIFF
Alexa ProRes 12 bit CT-5600 ISO-250
Epic REDcode RAW 3:1 compression CT-5600 ISO-250
5207 scanned with Scanity at 4K to 16 bit TIFF
Alexa ProRes 12 bit CT-5600 ISO-250
Epic REDcode RAW 3:1 compression CT-5600 ISO-250
5207 scanned with Scanity at 4K to 16 bit TIFF
Alexa ProRes 12 bit CT-5600 ISO-250
Epic REDcode RAW 3:1 compression CT-5600 ISO-250
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