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Grading B&W Footage

Posted: Sat, 16th Jan 2010, 10:06pm

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I'm not quite sure how to go about polishing up B&W footage. Is there anything you can do in visionlab to make the footage more "cinematic"? I'm guessing the only settings I will be adjusting are contrast and brightness... anything else?
Posted: Sat, 16th Jan 2010, 11:19pm

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Hmmmm, could you post an example of your footage?
Posted: Sun, 17th Jan 2010, 5:15pm

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Using levels can offer more control, as it separates the lows, mids and highs and allows you to adjust each individually.