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Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by Sky High Photography, Sep 9, 2015.

  1. Sky High Photography

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    Hi there,

    I have a client that would like a video shot of his house.
    he is unbelievably cheap and does not want to pay or do the editng himself.
    All he wants is a video of his property so he can show his family oversees his property.

    Question:
    What would be the best settings so I give him the footage straight out of the camera without any edit or color correction.
    Notes:
    I have all Rennat filters and understand over exposure and shutter speeds.
    I would assume I would not want to shoot in log?
    Also, if it is just utube and I don't want to overwhelm his computer, what file format is most recommended (not 4k)?
    Saturation, contrast etc settings?

    Just to reiterate, I am looking for the best settings to export directly from camera to client without any editing or color correction.

    Thanks in advance,

    Peter
     
  2. B-Scene Films

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    I would deliver 1080 60fps, sRGB colorspace instead of LOG. A gig where all they want is the raw footage is the best! No editorial changes!
     
  3. Sky High Photography

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    Great, thanks! Right along the lines of what I was thinking.
     
  4. Aviator

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    Keep in mind the country where the video will be viewed.
    Do they have 50hz or 60hz devices (TV's etc).
    If they use 50hz then you should shoot in PAL setting of 1080 50fps.
    If they use 60hz then you should shoot in NTSC setting of 1080 60fps

    More info at PAL - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
  5. Simon Mallin

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    So is the NONE colour setting the sRGB colourspace?
     
  6. B-Scene Films

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    I do not own an inspire so I cannot tell you specifically. However if the option is log or none, then none.
     
  7. Simon Mallin

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    There's no colourspace option that I can find only NONE, so that's useful to know. Thanks.
     
  8. Leszek Kedziora

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    Stick to rule 1fps =2shutter (explanation at 50 fps = 100 shutter).
     
  9. Hercules_One

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    If he doesn't want to do the edit but want to the raw footage looks good nonetheless, maybe vivid is the option? 1080p 60 fps if he want to slowmo, 24 fps in case he doesn't.