Ever worked with a project shot on film?
Please are still doing it!
If you have the opportunity to work on something shot on film, you’ll see that there’s some important workflow differences than projects shot digitally.
You’re probably not going to be scanning the film yourself, but you will be working with a file that has been scanned with all shots a part of the same file.
The resolution, color settings, and other items may need some work before you get started editing or grading.
In this video from Team 2 Films, you’ll learn about:
- DPX vs MOV scans
- Cutting the scanned reel into smaller clips
- Scene Cut detection
- Color management
- Anamorphic Desqueeze
- Mismatched resolution
- Using Proxies
Gedaly is the Managing Editor of DVResolve.com and a Blackmagic Design Certified Trainer. He’s edited commercials for major brands and has done color & VFX for independent films. He consults on post-production workflow and creating online education. Gedaly is the co-founder of Working.Actor, a former marketing manager for large brands, and creates original film projects with his production company Razee.