I’m really sorry to say that but… nobody likes the GOUT shifts that you did.
Because they are horrible.
That’s not true. The GOUT adjustment (on page 6) didn’t look that bad. And it isn’t just my opinion, as Dr Dre said that “most of these look good”.
What I don’t understand in your stuff, Ronster, is your idea that the proper way to color correct something would always be “shifting the hue”. It’s never so simple !
Thanks but I am very short of spare time, the only thing I havd really worked out is that there are different types of hue shifts… This means that because I can not do that type of shift in the editor I notmally use I will do this outside the program.
There could be a further tweak there might not be.
I honestly can not say until I find the actual time to look at it again…
I really like the film I really just want to tackle it somehow and however I can to try to get it even a small bit better. Time is the problem right now.
I will re-iterate my draft rule that after any shift it will be assessed if it is shift and it does not rule out any further manipulation, but I don’t want to really over do it because the RGB filter was making me compensate for some color errors the vlc capture will not neccessitate extra tweaks uless it really does need it.
I really want to find a way that it is a process where you touch it as little as possible but nailing down how to do this and finding what makes it tick is not easy. I have not looked at it at all in over a week so no progress further from finding there are different types of hue shifts which I actually never knew.
The doubt I have with regards to the shift rests with R2-D2 more than anything else. He is a big question mark and I fon’t have an answer apart from shift him sparately back.