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Any solution yet to pixelization to the footage? [ANSWER]

Posted: Thu, 13th Sep 2007, 3:17am

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jdmkenji

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Hi. I've seen this post here a few times and I am wondering if FXHome has updated or fixed this problem yet. Basically my 24PA footage from DVX100 has pixelization on the most right corner of the screen. It would be nice to have an update as it would look pretty bad to go into production giving credit to FXHOME while having this kind of weird issue.

Thanks again.
Posted: Thu, 13th Sep 2007, 8:19am

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JackPot

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Are you talking about this ->
http://fxhome.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=31026
Posted: Fri, 14th Sep 2007, 5:06am

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jdmkenji

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Thanks for the post. I've updated my copy with the fix. I think it might've fixed it but a few frames still have it. It's not as bad as the link posted here:

http://fxhome.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=30613

His video clip showed the entire right hand side. On my clip it shows only the center portion of the clip (still on the right hand side).

I'll keep watch for this but it might've fixed it. Thanks again.
Posted: Fri, 14th Sep 2007, 5:28am

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jdmkenji

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Actually, let me make a correction.

I do have the exact same issue as the guy above (sorry for the confusion). The footage I shot was dark and I only notice it in a certain part of the image.

Anyway,I have a certain clip where the pixelization occurs, then after a few seconds it disappears. This is my early observation. I hope no one notices this since it goes away fast.
Posted: Fri, 14th Sep 2007, 8:25am

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Cogz

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If the footage you shot was in a darkened room, it might actually be the camera not being able to capture a crisp image, most camera's don't like filming at night.

Thats why people invented things like day-for-night, so they could film when it was light/dusk, and darken the footage in post production.