High Falls, Pigeon River

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I dunno. I'm not sure if it's changed in v 8 but you're right, C1P's implementation of keywording was lame. Media Pro does have hierarchical keywords, but it's an organizer, and seems to be languishing a bit at Phase One. There's a demo though, so why not try it yourself? It's horrid on the Mac, but maybe better on a PC. I also liked Capture One's out of ...


Two alternatives comes to mind. Use an external network drive and edit it locally (won't work if you're not home but I'm unsure if you edit a lot on the go) Use a laptop sized external hard drive and move it between systems. It is how I'm editing images on the go while updating the system. The DropBox solution above is valid but I prefer to be closer to ...


I have experienced the same problem with flickering timelapse videos and I have found that for some scenarios the temporal filter offered by Virtualdub can greatly help. This filter looks for unnatural changes between frames as the video plays and tries to eliminate them. It has a strength setting that you can use to try a lighter approach first. Virtualdub ...


In your case you are adding artificial lighting into the mix and that seems to be where the vast majority of the flickering is coming from. Some light sources powered by alternating current can vary by more than a stop between the peak and the trough of their AC cycle. And since metering is done at a different instant than exposure, a conventional meter ...

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