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Controlling HFR Motion Blur in Post?


Mark Kenfield
 

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to track down a link to a HFR software demonstration I saw not too long ago.

They'd shot demo material (of dancers in an airplane hangar I think) on an F65 at 120fps. And their software allowed you to take the 120fps footage, and adjust the frame rate and attendant motion blur in post. So you could restore a 24fps @ 180 degree shutter look, to 120fps material, and ramp smoothly between the two.

Can anyone remember the name of that software, or point me in the direction of the tech demo for it?

Cheers,

Mark Kenfield

Cinematographer

Melbourne


Nick Shaw
 

I'm guessing it may have been RealD TrueMotion. What Was previously Tessive TimeShaper



Nick Shaw
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On 16 Jul 2018, at 12:08, Mark Kenfield <mark@...> wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to track down a link to a HFR software demonstration I saw not too long ago.

They'd shot demo material (of dancers in an airplane hangar I think) on an F65 at 120fps. And their software allowed you to take the 120fps footage, and adjust the frame rate and attendant motion blur in post. So you could restore a 24fps @ 180 degree shutter look, to 120fps material, and ramp smoothly between the two.

Can anyone remember the name of that software, or point me in the direction of the tech demo for it?

Cheers,

Mark Kenfield

Cinematographer

Melbourne



Colin Elves
 

You can do that in Adobe After effects. ‘Interpret motion blur’ or something it’s called. I’m sure you can keyframe it too.

Colin Elves
Director of Photography
Currently Bucks


On 16 Jul 2018, at 12:08, Mark Kenfield <mark@...> wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to track down a link to a HFR software demonstration I saw not too long ago.

They'd shot demo material (of dancers in an airplane hangar I think) on an F65 at 120fps. And their software allowed you to take the 120fps footage, and adjust the frame rate and attendant motion blur in post. So you could restore a 24fps @ 180 degree shutter look, to 120fps material, and ramp smoothly between the two.

Can anyone remember the name of that software, or point me in the direction of the tech demo for it?

Cheers,

Mark Kenfield

Cinematographer

Melbourne

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Mark Kenfield
 

That's the one! Thanks Nick, finding it was beyond my google keywording abilities!

Cheers,

Mark Kenfield
Cinematographer

0400 044 500

On 16 July 2018 at 21:30, Nick Shaw <nick@...> wrote:
I'm guessing it may have been RealD TrueMotion. What Was previously Tessive TimeShaper



Nick Shaw
Workflow Consultant
Antler Post
Suite 87

+44 (0)7778 217 555

On 16 Jul 2018, at 12:08, Mark Kenfield <mark@...> wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to track down a link to a HFR software demonstration I saw not too long ago.

They'd shot demo material (of dancers in an airplane hangar I think) on an F65 at 120fps. And their software allowed you to take the 120fps footage, and adjust the frame rate and attendant motion blur in post. So you could restore a 24fps @ 180 degree shutter look, to 120fps material, and ramp smoothly between the two.

Can anyone remember the name of that software, or point me in the direction of the tech demo for it?

Cheers,

Mark Kenfield

Cinematographer

Melbourne




Nick Shaw
 

On 16 Jul 2018, at 12:32, Colin Elves <colin@...> wrote:

You can do that in Adobe After effects. ‘Interpret motion blur’ or something it’s called. I’m sure you can keyframe it too.

What Tessive did with TimeShaper is a lot more sophisticated than anything (I believe) After Effects will do. TimeShaper uses sophisticated filter kernels, similar to those used for high quality image resizing, but applied in the dimension of time rather than space.

Nick Shaw
Workflow Consultant
Antler Post
Suite 87
30 Red Lion Street
Richmond
Surrey TW9 1RB
UK

+44 (0)7778 217 555


Florian Martin
 

Hello Mark.

Real D - True Motion


The demo clip was shot on an ALEXA. The software can work directly on ARRIRAW frames.

Best,

_utsi.


On 16. Jul 2018, at 13:08, Mark Kenfield <mark@...> wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to track down a link to a HFR software demonstration I saw not too long ago.

They'd shot demo material (of dancers in an airplane hangar I think) on an F65 at 120fps. And their software allowed you to take the 120fps footage, and adjust the frame rate and attendant motion blur in post. So you could restore a 24fps @ 180 degree shutter look, to 120fps material, and ramp smoothly between the two.

Can anyone remember the name of that software, or point me in the direction of the tech demo for it?

Cheers,

Mark Kenfield

Cinematographer

Melbourne



Miga Bär
 

Hi Mark, 

I think you are looking for TrueMotion by Real D: https://www.reald.com/#/truemotion
Although I did install a trial once, I didn’t have the chance to really test it and see if it performs as well as it promises. 

Best, 

Miga Bär
DI specialist
the Netherlands


Mako Koiwai <mako1foto@...>
 

Dp Bill Bennett, ASC lead us on that shoot … hopefully he will Reply.

Bill please check out this thread on CML.

makofoto, S. Pasadena, CA