Follow-up colorgrading experiment in a FCP wide gamut library with a Rec 2020 HLG project setting for this Sony ZV-1 footage shot with PP10 profile with Hybrid Log-Gamma HLG2. Color grading now includes use of the Apple FCP HDR Tools – Mode : PQ to HLG (Rec. 2100). This HDR Tools Mode was used too in previous ZV1 films this month. Exported as HEVC Dolby Vision (Version 1.0, dvhe.08.12, BL+RPU, HLG compatible) 70 Mb/s HLG BT.2020 .
Footage used previously for intro of a Sennheiser MKE200 Microphone Review , first published September 20th 2020 (20200920) and filmed that day with the Sony ZV-1 camera at sunset in the Green Heart of Holland. See : Sennheiser MKE200 Microphone Review | 20200920 | youtu•be/CXC6wHzPar0
License : Color Grading HLG Sony ZV-1 2020–2023 | 20230220 | Michel van der Burg | 1-memo•com | TakeNode 1ce79639-a193-4dfb-9faf-28b5acdf05b8
Water lily ‘Nymphaea Attraction’ in a ditch in the Green Heart of Holland.
Edit test : iPhone 12 Max Pro original HLG Dolby 4K 60 fps file edited on Intel Mac in Compressor only, exported as 4K 60 fps Apple ProRes 422, and hardware encoded into HEVC HLG Dolby 4K 30 fps file (template Apple Devices) on M1 Macbook Air.
Note : Encoding as HEVC HLG Dolby 4K 30 fps file on my Intel Mac (Late 2015, 27 inch, i7, 32GB RAM, 4 GB AMD Radeon Graphics) took some 150 min for yesterdays 3.5 min video. Around 10x slower than the M1. But ProRes export is fast. Tests done after upgrading yesterday to BigSur OS etc on the Intel Mac.
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