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Like a film preset

Posted: Wed, 27th Aug 2008, 12:38am

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arteimagem

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Please another help. How can I give to my film the aperece of the cinema film, is some preset for this effect? Thank You very mutch
Jose
Posted: Wed, 27th Aug 2008, 1:19am

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Axeman

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Take a look through the preset library, it has a variety of presets based on film looks. There are several already included with the software as well.

But getting a proper film look involves much more than just applying a preset; lighting things properly is critical as well. Have a read through Sollthar's filmmaking guide for some useful advice on lighting. Also framing and the camera work in general have an affect on the final quality of the footage.
Posted: Wed, 27th Aug 2008, 8:53am

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arteimagem

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Thank You very mutch for you nHelp
Posted: Mon, 1st Sep 2008, 4:41pm

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FXhomer30201

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that's something you have to do when shooting.you have to set your camera frame rate to 24 or 25 somewhere around those.