Waveform for editing (Feature Request)

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  • VAD.
    Interesting, but is the benefit really so huge as sugested?
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  • SFA
    [quote="VAD." wrote:
    Interesting, but is the benefit really so huge as sugested?


    A good question.

    Also is it safe to assume that the processing required for the amount of the sensor used for most video is somewhat less than the full sensor size and therefore the difference in processing overhead might be quite significant?

    I have other questions but not being a video person I probably should find out more about the use of the facility in video before I type something pointless and attract criticism!


    Grant
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  • Graham Smith
    [quote="SFA" wrote:
    [quote="VAD." wrote:
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    I have other questions but not being a video person I probably should find out more about the use of the facility in video before I type something pointless and attract criticism!



    Affinity Photo offers scopes (waveforms)

    https://affinity.help/photo/en-US.lproj ... pe%20panel

    And offer a few videos on using them for stills.

    Cheers,

    Graham
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  • SFA
    [quote="myotis" wrote:
    [quote="SFA" wrote:
    [quote="VAD." wrote:
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    I have other questions but not being a video person I probably should find out more about the use of the facility in video before I type something pointless and attract criticism!



    Affinity Photo offers scopes (waveforms)

    https://affinity.help/photo/en-US.lproj ... pe%20panel

    And offer a few videos on using them for stills.

    Cheers,

    Graham


    Thanks Graham,

    Now that you mention it I vaguely recall spotting some things in Affinity that looked interesting but for which I had no immediate understanding or thought of using.

    Now you have pointed it out I can have a play. (This probably shows how rarely I dive into Affinity ....)

    Grant
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  • Graham Smith
    [quote="SFA" wrote:

    Now you have pointed it out I can have a play. (This probably shows how rarely I dive into Affinity ....)


    I too rarely open AP as I am too wedded to PS and some PS only plugins like Lumenzia, but I often hear some really good comments about AP from long term PS users who seem to be using both, but for different things, and feel I should be looking at it a more closely.

    As an aside, if you want to round trip from C1 to AP (edit with) you need to use PSDs (not TIFFS) and go into the AP preferences and tell AP to overwrite PSDs. It them mimics Photoshop.

    Graham
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  • SFA
    [quote="myotis" wrote:
    [quote="SFA" wrote:

    Now you have pointed it out I can have a play. (This probably shows how rarely I dive into Affinity ....)


    I too rarely open AP as I am too wedded to PS and some PS only plugins like Lumenzia, but I often hear some really good comments about AP from long term PS users who seem to be using both, but for different things, and feel I should be looking at it a more closely.

    As an aside, if you want to round trip from C1 to AP (edit with) you need to use PSDs (not TIFFS) and go into the AP preferences and tell AP to overwrite PSDs. It them mimics Photoshop.

    Graham


    Thanks Graham.

    I have not had a chance to investigate yet but as I don't use PS and have never managed to get my head around it. That said I see no reason to round trip to AF. I use sessions so the wider DAM implications of Catalogues are not so applicable in my situation. I doubt that I would expect to undertake any further editing in C1 after AP adjustments. Might as well do it in AP.

    I have looked up the AP help section for Scope panel and the Intensity Waveform example illustrated looks, at first sight, rather interesting but after some consideration I'm not so sure what it is telling me nor how I might use it. I guess it's a 'hands on' approach to discovery.

    I also note that AP offers various forms of 'forms' under the Scope heading. So perhaps several different approaches to understand?

    Would the Feature request, if submitted through the Support Case system, need to propose multiple presentation options in order to fully satisfy the desires of the C1 users posting here?


    Grant
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  • Graham Smith
    [quote="SFA" wrote:


    I use sessions so the wider DAM implications of Catalogues are not so applicable in my situation. I doubt that I would expect to undertake any further editing in C1 after AP adjustments. Might as well do it in AP.

    Would the Feature request, if submitted through the Support Case system, need to propose multiple presentation options in order to fully satisfy the desires of the C1 users posting here?


    I too use sessions, but they are part of my file management/backup system so PSDs, and final TIFFs/Jpegs (for different purposes) are all contained within the session, so round tripping is important to me. As an aside, I also then catalogue the sessions using Neofinder, which I think gives me the best of both worlds.

    As regards the feature request, I don't know what you should ask for. I have only briefly used waveforms during video editing and indeed can't really remember the benefits. Phase One are obviously aware of video tools, as the colour balance (grading) wheels were promoted as something inspired by video editors, so why not just make a general request.

    Cheers,
    Graham
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