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 Hello from Saudi Arabia 
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Joined: Fri Oct 21, 2011 11:58 am
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Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Post Hello from Saudi Arabia
Hi every one, my name is Waleed, Nature photographer who lives in Riyadh
my website is: www.marhoum.ws
my Vimeo is: http://vimeo.com/user4762470

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Fri Nov 04, 2011 11:30 am
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Post Re: Hello from Saudi Arabia
Waleed, good afternoon.

You have some exceptional shots there, and your color grading is excellent!

I do see a couple problems I think you could fix quickly that would make a significant improvement in the clips playback.

First, there is a stutter throughout that I would guess is coming from a mixed interpretation of the frame rates. So I would suggest checking your import frame rate against your final render and see if they are compatible or set the same.

Also, I am seeing some distinct artifacts that come from over-sharpening. I am not sure what your workflow is, so I can't really point you at the real cause, but I would suggest looking at all your sharpening settings, across the board... I'd suggest you try to avoid sharpening too early in your workflow, as it can be amplified as you go from one conversion process to another.

Lastly, I see a few places where there are some compression artifacts, but I am not sure how those are being compounded with the sharpening issue.


Anyway, hope it helps, and please post more, it's my kind of stuff...
BDU

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Fri Nov 11, 2011 4:46 pm
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Dear Bertha
you are absolutely right, am doing a new version and correcting all my mistakes,

i used to import files into Lightroom and make the editing in CS5 with batch processing then export through QT then final cut
Now, I Import through AE and run the GBDeflicker and doing all i need there then export them to Premiere Pro, the output is much more pretty and am satisfied with the final result.

am uploading the file 1080P and will be ready within 4 ours

thank you for your replay and for all the comment i had from this wonderful website, this site gave me a lot and saved my time

Best Regards

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