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    Quote Originally Posted by Grapes View Post
    Do it often enough and you'll start to develop enough experience to get the right one on there first go
    You're right, it's not a rocket science. Similar to ' Sunny 16 rule ', one should be able do set the exposure by experience. Guess ND 16 should do it for a bright Sunny day.

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    I finished a short promo for a client, here is the link :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGRdKkXeXXc

    All clips are at ' optical flow ', but there is no echo on it. Although all camera movements were ( reasonably ) slow and gentle there is still some amount of flicker and jitter.
    As I said all is shot at 25 fps, at 4 k.
    Having seen the footage, what would you do to minimize the jitter ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackCarter View Post
    I finished a short promo for a client, here is the link :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGRdKkXeXXc

    All clips are at ' optical flow ', but there is no echo on it. Although all camera movements were ( reasonably ) slow and gentle there is still some amount of flicker and jitter.
    As I said all is shot at 25 fps, at 4 k.
    Having seen the footage, what would you do to minimize the jitter ?
    The clip with the spin is indeed jittery. You could 1. speed it up so it won't be as obvious. 2. use the echo effect which might give an illusion of speed. 3. Slow it down by half with Twixtor then play it at 50 fps to get the original speed. That way Twixtor will try to generate the in between frames which are now missing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grapes View Post
    The clip with the spin is indeed jittery. You could 1. speed it up so it won't be as obvious. 2. use the echo effect which might give an illusion of speed. 3. Slow it down by half with Twixtor then play it at 50 fps to get the original speed. That way Twixtor will try to generate the in between frames which are now missing.
    Thanks, I'll try speeding it up first. Also, I tried changing Field options to ' flicker removal ', no luck there...
    Now added same layer on top, dimmed to some 15 % opacity, looks better...
    Last edited by JackCarter; 10-01-2018 at 04:49 PM.

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