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    Ok so I made a Documentary. But the footage looks to...REAL. it doesn't look right...odd.
    Anyways on the XL-1 you can use frame/movie mode. Also on Premier you can drop the frame rate a little.
    In your opinion which is better for a more professional looking film?

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    You're asking how to make digital video look like film stock? You're not the first! I use magic bullet:

    http://www.digital-director.co.uk/gu...eview-1-85.htm

    http://www.redgiantsoftware.com/mbeditorsdemo.html

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    Thank you Marc for that lovely tip. I don't know if it was helpful for Danny, but surely it was for me!

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