Sony F55 Raw
Posted 13 March 2014 - 09:36 AM
I´m about to do a job that will be shot an sony f55 raw.
If anybody has worked with this kind of files....I have 2 questions:
- Does Fusion read the files natively or is there a plugin? (At the moment I think I have to convert the files externally)
- Are there any luts, I think s-log, for that kind of files around that work in fusion?
for your help
Posted 13 March 2014 - 12:49 PM
Posted 13 March 2014 - 02:51 PM
Posted 13 March 2014 - 03:00 PM
Since Fusion 6.4, there's support for Sony's S-Log in the CineonLog tool, the Log-Lin Viewer LUT and the Loader (when reading a dpx file).
The Sony F55 uses S-Log 2 which is similar, but not the same. Fusion doesn't have S-Log 2, but someone technical enough can port it from the LUT supplied with the camera.
Posted 14 March 2014 - 06:04 AM
For me it seems that the best way at the moment is using sony´s raw viewer to convert the footage, because there I can use the correct s-log2 lut.
Problem: the dpx or exr files that you can export from raw viewer work extremely bad with fusion. They seem to bring fusion nearly to a halt. The decoding of the images takes ages and fusion needs up to 10 seconds to advance a frame . Just playing back from the loader.
If I resave for instance an exr sequence that comes from the sony software to fusions exr saver, it is absolutely usable after loading that sequence back in. Very little drag, good to work with.
But I hope there must be a better way, cause the resaving in fusion takes ages because of the slowness of the sony exrs.
I tried Adobes Media Encoder which works fine. Only problem no slog-2.
Has anybody a better workflow for that f55 raw conversions? Or a usable s-log2 lut?
Or could eyeon give us a little pre-update from fusion 7 so that we have an opportunity to process the sony raw files natively? Any scripts? Plugins?
Posted 15 March 2014 - 05:53 PM
Posted 15 March 2014 - 08:12 PM
Oh, and thanks for mentioning the lust, that is great!
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