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Log footage or not.....? That's the question

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Skylark, Oct 29, 2015.

  1. Skylark

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    Does anyone know whether it is possible to identify after upload to a desktop footage taken in log?
     
  2. Jeff48920

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    It is pretty subdued in appearance.
     
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    Yes, give you that, but is there any other indication in metadata etc?
     
  4. B- Scene Films

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    It might be in the metadata. I will have a look tonight unless someone else chimes in with the answer.
     
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    Thanks. Look forward to your findings.
     
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    Just for grins, I asked my wife if any of her cameras record log status to the metadata. She first asked why someone would not shoot in log heh. She said none of her cameras have that status in the metadata (Sony F55, Alexa and Red Dragon). So I suspect we will be SOL on the little Phantom camera but I will know for sure tonight.
     
  7. B- Scene Films

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    @Skyklark, nothing in the metadata that I was able to find.
     
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    Thanks for looking BSF! I've come up with nought either. But I have decided to manually rename LOG footage as such so I won't have to rely on guessing whether it's badly taken or just the very flat LOG!