Raw Extract Settings

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With a few exceptions, camera picture styles are profiled using default camera settings.

Contrast and saturation are not altered.
Sharpness will not affect FilmConvert at all.

There are a few picture styles however that need to be either extracted in a specific way or use special "flat" settings.

Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve

Camera Raw Settings

  • Color Space: BMD Film
  • Gamma: BMD Film

Adobe Camera Raw

Camera Calibration Settings

  • Process: 2010
  • Profile: Embedded

Basic Settings

  • Recovery: 50
  • Fill light: 50
  • Blacks: 5
  • Brightness: +50
  • Contrast: -50
  • Clarity: 0
  • Vibrance: 0
  • Saturation: 0

Adobe Camera Raw Settings.

Camera Calibration

  • Process: 2010
  • Profile: Embedded

Basic Settings

  • Recovery: 0
  • Fill light: 25
  • Black: 5
  • Brightness: +25
  • Contrast: +25
  • Clarity: 0
  • Vibrance: 0
  • Saturation: 0
All NX1 camera profiles use the factory default camera settings unless specified otherwise.

To use the "Custom" profile on the NX-1 use the following settings:

   Contrast: -4
   Saturation: -2
All GH4 camera profiles use the factory default camera settings unless specified otherwise.

The exception is the CinelikeD "Low Contrast" setting, which uses Highlights-5, Shadows+5, with all other settings at default. Contrast may also be reduced in-camera as desired but you will need to correct for this with the Film Convert color correctors afterward. Color range is set 0-255 for all profiles. 16-235 will result in high-contrast images that will need to be corrected in post.