Introduction Having a firm grasp of how video scopes work is crucial to critically evaluating what youʼve captured. Whereas an uncalibrated monitor can deceive your eyes, video scopes will always reveal the truth, whether thatʼs in terms of contrast, hue or saturation. Hereʼs everything you need to know to get to grips with these invaluable… Continue reading Introduction to Scopes
We get a lot of questions from users about what camera settings you should use to get the best look out of your footage. To help you out, we’ve put together the following set of guidelines: Check our list of camera profile packs FilmConvert is constantly working on new camera profiles for the most popular… Continue reading What camera settings should I use with FilmConvert?
In my previous post, I discussed how camera sensors capture light and how the processor then compresses this information, before writing it to your digital media. Now it’s time to talk about the simple steps you can take to make sure these processes don’t negatively impact on your final output. Log Isn’t Always the Answer… Continue reading How to get the best footage from your camera
The richness and clarity that modern-day camera sensors can produce is just astounding. But while sensor technology has come on in leaps and bounds, codecs and their myriad compression techniques have remained mostly unchanged. Of course it’s exciting to see so many cameras on the market with ultra high resolution, jaw dropping latitude or super… Continue reading How camera codecs work