We are finally in the HD age, and HD is supposed to be sharp. Therefore you want to make sure you ALWAYS put a Sharpen filter on everything. Maybe 2 or 3. Actually more. You don't want people to think you can't do HD do you? Here is a good example of proper sharpening:
If you are putting standard definition footage in an HD timeline, double or triple the amount of Sharpen filters. This will make the SD footage perfectly HD. Be careful because you'll be getting lots of calls from Hollywood and they can get annoying with all of their offers and money that they will throw at you.
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How much 'sharpen' effect is..
01 Mar 2017 06:30 #86197