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Thread: How to reduce fluorescent lighting flicker on video on FCPX

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    Default How to reduce fluorescent lighting flicker on video on FCPX

    Did some filming last week under fluorescent lighting, and whilst the feed monitor was okay when imported into FCPX a rolling band runs down the screen.

    I looked for some filters to reduce this, and did find an FCP7 tutorial using the 3-way colour correction but this was overkill.

    My footage was shot on a tripod with no camera movement, and only the centre of the image actually containing motion.

    With the risk of a re-shoot in the air, I was in a pickle - but I thought of photoshop for inspiration.

    So multiple layers, a single frame stretched over the timeline and a 4-point mask were the answer.

    I created a tutorial which you can find below or on my channel and blog.


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    Good idea for a shot like this.

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    Good Suff !

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