Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Color Correcting the Phantom Miro

Color Correcting the Phantom Miro:
The new Phantom Miro M320S high-speed camera from Vision Research records 12-bit raw cine files for advanced color correcting with professional imaging software such as GlueTools or DaVinci Resolve. However, many shooters are instead utilizing the camera’s HD-SDI output to record directly to an external device like the Sound Devices PIX 240. This is a super fast way to get gorgeous high-speed shots recorded in Apple’s ProRes codec for easy ingest into an editing system.

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