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mklinger

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Re: Chronos V0.7.0 Full Release
« Reply #60 on: November 02, 2021, 02:58:07 PM »

Thank you Marc!

I just downloaded the LUT, will try on some old data I kept on my SSD for this... I'll let you know how it goes, perhaps I have my own old edits for the same footage to compare!!

Again, thanks so much for the help!!!

No problem!  I look forward to seeing your results and how well it works for you (and others).

Thanks!

Marc

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Re: Chronos V0.7.0 Full Release
« Reply #61 on: November 04, 2021, 07:15:38 AM »

No problem!  I look forward to seeing your results and how well it works for you (and others).

Thanks!

Marc


Hello everyone, here are the results for the 1.4 LUT mklinger provided

Video 1 - Edited with the 2.1 LUT
https://youtu.be/hk574eqvOSc

Video 1 - Edited with the 1.4 LUT
https://youtu.be/qAiHIHU5jls

Video 2 - Edited with the 2.1 LUT
https://youtu.be/ushuhDhV7P0

Video 2 - Edited with the 1.4 LUT
https://youtu.be/49S8JEYKECo

Video 3 - Edited with the 2.1 LUT
https://youtu.be/wLA-mYE9scc

Video 3 - Edited with the 1.4 LUT
https://youtu.be/sX1ivF2zGCA

Other video edited with no LUT corrections, I did color correction manually, just for comparison
https://youtu.be/_Jvbliyt4As

My thoughts, first a huge thanks to Marc for the LUT and patience explaining everything.

I think it is a huge impromevent from where I was on 0.7.0 FW without LUT adjustments, or using the 2.1 LUT (strong red tint), I'm still figuring out how to properly correct everything, it's hard, sometimes I still tend to be a little heavy on some color tints (a little bit too green for now), and it is very monitor dependent (I'll have my 2 monitors color corrected as soon as possible), but I'll get there.

Really happy with my progress so far, two years and I learn tons everytime I go out to shoot something, thanks everyone for the help here!!! The LUT will definitely help, I'll stay on this FW since it's way faster on save times...

PS. sorry for the videos, mainly out of focus and just straight 1000fps played back at 30fps very slow and boring stuff lol



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Re: Chronos V0.7.0 Full Release
« Reply #62 on: November 04, 2021, 08:04:04 AM »

No problem!  I look forward to seeing your results and how well it works for you (and others).

Thanks!

Marc


Hello everyone, here are the results for the 1.4 LUT mklinger provided

Video 1 - Edited with the 2.1 LUT
https://youtu.be/hk574eqvOSc

Video 1 - Edited with the 1.4 LUT
https://youtu.be/qAiHIHU5jls

Video 2 - Edited with the 2.1 LUT
https://youtu.be/ushuhDhV7P0

Video 2 - Edited with the 1.4 LUT
https://youtu.be/49S8JEYKECo

Video 3 - Edited with the 2.1 LUT
https://youtu.be/wLA-mYE9scc

Video 3 - Edited with the 1.4 LUT
https://youtu.be/sX1ivF2zGCA

Other video edited with no LUT corrections, I did color correction manually, just for comparison
https://youtu.be/_Jvbliyt4As

My thoughts, first a huge thanks to Marc for the LUT and patience explaining everything.

I think it is a huge impromevent from where I was on 0.7.0 FW without LUT adjustments, or using the 2.1 LUT (strong red tint), I'm still figuring out how to properly correct everything, it's hard, sometimes I still tend to be a little heavy on some color tints (a little bit too green for now), and it is very monitor dependent (I'll have my 2 monitors color corrected as soon as possible), but I'll get there.

Really happy with my progress so far, two years and I learn tons everytime I go out to shoot something, thanks everyone for the help here!!! The LUT will definitely help, I'll stay on this FW since it's way faster on save times...

PS. sorry for the videos, mainly out of focus and just straight 1000fps played back at 30fps very slow and boring stuff lol

Your footage is looking pretty good.  Definitely don't bother with trying to use the 2.1 LUT with your 1.4.  That will just cause you more headaches than it's worth.

Keep an eye on exposure.  Your video 1 and 2 look pretty good, but #3 looks a bit underexposed (you should be able to boost this example in post without too much problem).  Once you get the colors dialed in to exactly what you want, don't be afraid to boost the saturation a tiny bit to make the video "pop" more.

Overall, it's looking good.  Good luck with your future work and I'm glad I could help!

Marc

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Re: Chronos V0.7.0 Full Release
« Reply #63 on: November 21, 2021, 12:28:57 PM »
There appears to be an issue with the Windows SMB setup.  If I configure it on the camera there is no option for mount folder and I can never get the camera to attach.  If I use the network / web interface I can set it up successfully and it will function until the camera is powered off.  Once the camera powers back up it appears to have forgotten the web based SMB settings.