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    Default Catpure problem

    I've captured some footage to some green PostIT notes using a HB Pencil interface. I want to apply some colour correction to those PostIT's as they are a bit...well...greeny. I can't work out how to do this. Anyone got any ideas?

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    Although balanced in all conditions, the HB interface won't provide optimised pictures in dark or light settings. I'd reccomend trying a 2B with offwhite PostIts, but beware of colour bleed.

    Are you using fresh PostIts?

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    Also, it helps if you're using a 3-leaded pencil instead of a single-leaded one.

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    Can someone move this to the Flip Book section?

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    Guys, thanks for your help. I think I found the answer. My wife tells me there is not enough lead in my pencil. She's such a sweetheart though because she's told she's going out to get a better one.
    Lloyd

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    not enough lead in my pencil
    I get emails every day for that little problem...

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    Really?

    I get emails telling me how to make my pe......... what?

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