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Gamma Filter 11 Jan 2018 12:41 #93127

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Sorry, I don't know if my last msg here was published.

Should I apply Gamma Filter in compressor? I ask because after I export my work as .h264 the look is not the same,..I tried to apply gamma filter in compressor and I got a good result but I don't know if is correct to do that ( apply gamma filter in compressor)

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Gamma Filter 11 Jan 2018 15:29 #93129

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Are you compressing right from the timeline, or are you making a master ProRes file first? If you do, check to see that your file looks like what you see in the timeline. You could also check your setting in compressor to see how its handling color space.

Personally, I seldom, if ever, mess with the individual color settings in Compressor. Better to make sure that your master files are the way you want them first, then send them thru compressor.

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Gamma Filter 11 Jan 2018 16:20 #93135

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There is no rule saying you can't or have to use it. If it helps, use it.

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Gamma Filter 15 Jan 2018 18:44 #93324

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I´ve made a master ProRes and then used Compressor

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