Tom Ramcigam (magicmarmot) wrote,
Tom Ramcigam

Today has been doing the 24P conversions from the source footage. The process is still labor-intensive since the batch processing feature doesn't seem to work with HD and QuickTime, so I have to convert each file manually and set up the render automatically.
And there's the shot logging. And the decision as to whether to do a different kind of render on some shots to have some prerendered slow-mo shots. It's part of the process of shooting in HD with this camera, and it's one I will live with.

The images look groovy. It's just tedious. If I had to do this in a larger shoot, getting some sort of batch capability would be an absolute must... or shooting in 1080P/24 to begin with, which would require a much more expensive camera, which is so very much not happening for a long while.

All clips are converted and logged. Going to bed for the night.
Tags: darthcam, filmmaking

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