1. Technicolor CineStyle Color-Grading Test


    from Marlon Torres / Added

    This is my second CineStyle Test. This I took the footage form my previous test and applied the same color-grading on all three presets (Neutral, Super Flat, and Cinestyle). To my surprise and contrary to most reports, Neutral had the most noise after grading while giving a more saturated and contrasty look. The grading was done in Colorista II. Shot with the 5DM2. Download file for best viewing. www.torresstudios.com

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    • The Warfare


      from Marc Schiemann / Added

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      Some epic slow motion shots with Canon 5D and Canon 7D@60p using the new Glidetrack Hybrid and Technicolor Cinestyle. Created for FH Darmstadt Digital Media. Color Grading via Magic Bullet Mojo and Colorista. Created for FH Darmstadt Digital Media Directed by Tom Plümmer|Steven Dwayne Fingers|Marc Schiemann Director of Photography|Edited by Marc Schiemann Produced by Benjamin Winterton

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      • Picture Profile Comparison: Technicolor Cinestyle vs. Neutral


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        Comparison of Picture Profiles: Technicolor Cinestyle vs. Neutral. LEFT: Technicolor Cinestyle RIGHT: Neutral Camera: Canon 5D Mark II Lenses: Canon 16-35mm, Zeiss 50mm 25fps / 1/50s / f.4.0 - f.4.5 / ISO 640 No Grading Motion Control gear: Kessler Crane Cine Slider, Revolution Head. Make sure to view this in HD and / or download the source file. More info on www.swissfilmmakers.com

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        • Cinestyle vs "normal" vs "HDR" 3-up


          from Piers Goodhew / Added

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          very early attempt to do some HDR tone-mapping on CineStyle footage. Sorry for yet-more-internet-cat-videos, but we're heading into winter here and I haven't had much time to shoot during daylight. I'm sure going between full sun and shade at ISO 160 would be a lot less noisy than this. And sorry, also, for the clips' many other shortcomings. Just wanted to get something out there. What you're looking at is: my cat and kitchen shot at 1/50th, 50mm ƒ/1.8, ISO 640 on a 550D with Magic Lantern, going between about 14W of CFL light, thru shade and into 18W of brand new LED light. WB was set to tungsten, but obviously these "warm" fake lights were even yellower. Nothing relating to the exposure was adjusted while shooting (eg ISO, Exp or Aperture). The HDR was produced by first making a TIFF sequence of the original footage (which I did at 10fps to save some rendering steps) and then running those thru the open-source "pfstools", using various trial-and-error values in the settings, and then recombining them back in FCP. Because FCP cant do nonstandard frame rates (and I forgot I'd done it in the first place) the whole thing is sped up about 2.4x so that the shots line up again. Obvious issues are: the picture noise, the rapid changes from frame to frame (there are temporal-aware options in pfstools, but I haven't tried them yet) and obviously the pix look pretty unnatural. But I think all of those can probably be overcome and there might be a (limited) number of times you could use this for "slightly high dynamic range" video shooting.

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          • CineDigital.tv - Qué son los perfiles de color y cómo usarlos?


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            En este programa hablamos más acerca de los perfiles de color de las cámaras canon, el uso, la instalación y el perfíl de Technicolor que salió recientemente al mercado. El vídeo al que nos referimos en el programa de hoy lo pueden ver en: http://www.cinedigital.tv/technicolor-cinestyle-una-explicacion-sencilla/ Y el artículo sobre los LUT esta disponible en: http://cinedigital.tv/?p=http://cinedigital.tv/?p=798

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            • Cinestyle test on Canon 7D


              from Vlad Rojas / Added

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              Test done with the Technicolor Cinestyle. Canon 7D Nikon 35mm f1.8 ASA 1250 LUT applied on FCP.

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              • In the Woods


                from Alec Moore / Added

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                Starring David O'Rourke. Murtha Davis as the body double. Music: Helios -Velius Shot on a Canon 7D with Pentax Takumer 50mm and 35mm lenses. IGUS slider used for the slides. Shot using the new ''Technicolor Cinestyle'' picture profile for Canon DSLRs. Which I found very nice to grade my footage with compared to the standard flat picture style's I've used before. Thank you for watching and please leave a comment below to let me know what you think.

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                • Technicolor CinemaStyle on Canon EOS 7D


                  from Bernardo Garcia / Added

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                  A little test.

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                  • Technicolor - Superflat Color Profile Comparison


                    from Bobby Marko / Added

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                    Here is a quick comparison video showing the new Technicolor Cinestyle color profile for the Canon 5D MkII and the popular Superflat color profile. One thing I noticed right away, even in camera, was the lack of the orange/amber hue I've noticed in the Superflat profile was not present in the Technicolor profile. To me, this gave a more true color balance and made applying the grading much easier. One problem I've had with the Superflat was getting that yellowish/amber hue out of skin tones. So the release of the Technicolor couldn't have come at a better time. I used just my 5D MkII with a standard Canon 50 f1.4 lens and walked around Financial Peace Plaza which is home to the Dave Ramsey show (you'll notice him in the background in a sample). I'm really pleased with the wide scope of detail I capture with this profile setting from Technicolor and plan on using it exclusively when I shoot with my 5D MkII as I found this to be the best setting for capture.

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                    • Technicolor CineStyle vs Marvels Cine Style Test with S-curve LUT


                      from Mike Staniforth | Film / Added

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                      This is a test I have done comparing the Technicolor picture style and the Marvels picture style. I downloaded and installed the Marvels picture style a few weeks back but have not had the chance to test it out. So when Technicolor released theirs I thought it would be a good opportunity to test them against each other. I shot everything in my back garden on a Canon 60D, ISO 160, 1080p, 25fps with the shutter speed set to 50. I then quickly graded the footage with Final Cuts 3 way colour corrector and then for the final part added the Technicolor S-Curve LUT. The grading is very rough as this was a quick test, but you can get the idea of the range the picture styles give you. EDIT Download Technicolors CineStyle here http://www.technicolor.com/en/hi/cinema/filmmaking/digital-printer-lights/cinestyle You need the latest version of Canons EOS utility software which can be downloaded from here http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_1d_mark_iv#DriversAndSoftware Download the Marvels Picture style here http://marvelsfilm.wordpress.com/2011/01/19/finally-the-new-marvels-cine-profile-3-x-for-canon-dslr/ http://Indieshorts.tv http://CinemaDSLRHire.co.uk @MikeStaniforth

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