Canon C500 Slow Motion Test
Palladium was captured to two Gemini 444 recorders at 120fps in 4K Half Raw (RMF) 4096×1080 in a 59.94p timebase. The 4K Half Raw was then transcoded to 4K DPX 10-bit in Canon Raw Development software, which debayered it to 4096×2160 in a 59.94p timebase. Pomfort DPX Header Editor was used to edit the DPX file header to a 23.976p timebase. Proxies were then generated from Da Vinci Resolve for an offline edit. The footage was conformed in Da Vinci Resolve for final color and delivery.
This footage was captured in HD DPX 10-bit 422 in a 59.94p timebase to dual Gemini 444 recorders. Pomfort DPX Header Editor was used to change the timebase to 23.976p. Proxies were generated in Da Vinci Resolve for an offline edit. The project was conformed, graded and output from Da Vinci Resolve.
Behind the Scenes
Here is a look behind the scenes. Jonah also discuss the ins-and-outs of the Canon EOS C500/Gemini 444 combination and Mike Schell of Convergent Designs gives us the low down Odyseey 7Q monitor/recorder.
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)
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