In this article, we'll go over the ins and outs of capturing raw video. From in-camera settings to managing raw clip metadata in DaVinci Resolve and why we should consider it, now that cameras that film raw are becoming more affordable.
Until recently, filming in a raw format was something reserved only for big-budget productions with high-end cameras. Lately, technology brought us within an arm-reach of affordable gear that films and manipulates raw footage with a ridiculously high bit-depth and dynamic range.
In this episode, we’ll dive into the advantages of capturing raw video and discover the flexibility of the metadata in post-production.
Here is what we’ll cover:
- What is raw media?
- In-camera raw settings (BMPCC4K)
- Camera raw palette in DaVinci Resolve
- Copying raw parameters
Check out the YouTube playlist to see all published videos in this season.