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Quote from: goran on August 12, 2014, 10:31:36 AM
Here's a quick question. Let's say I load the following modules:
If I never play files on the camera I can disable the mlv_play from loading. However for the one time I might use it, is it ok to leave it loaded? Does loading several modules even though not in use has negative impact on performance? If I load only raw_rec for example will camera have more free memory and thus "perform faster/better"?
Quote from: dyfid on August 13, 2014, 07:22:07 PM
Yes me too, best way.
I've not used all these LUTs but if the h264 to whatever LUT looks right to you, like the bottom image then Rec709 for colour space and gamma would seem the choice, that's what your h264 is using Rec709 primaries & Rec709 transfer curve.
To me using BMD colour space and gamma for ML raw -> final output in Resolve is pointless, no point using a logish transform for raw because you have full control over shadows, highlights, lift, contrast all within the raw tab.
Every intermediate this 3D LUT to log to that 3D LUT when working with raw to me is ***kery. Introducing interpolated error. If you start with flat or log source out of the camera then fair enough work log but with raw what is the point?
Try Rec709 colour space and gamma in your raw tab, apply your M31 whatever look LUT to your Output and tweak your raw settings mentioned above which will affect the raw data under your M31 LUT until you like what you see. Closer to your h264 -> M31 workflow previously.