TUTORIAL – HDRV HDR Video

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This is my first “real” tutorial. Its about HDRV. These are pretty much the basics of it, the creative mind will find better ways of doing this. Like my page on Facebook! www.facebook.com Theres more to come at www.mmvf.nl written and recorded – jochem drost narration – david brooks footage – kevin de jong

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jodroboxes says:

Sorry, i don’t know much about photoshop.

mmand says:

Hi, nice tutorial. You did HDR batch with photomatix. Can I do same batch with Adobe Products ? Such as bridge, camera raw or photoshop ? I know automate function in photoshop, also know how to put more photos to HDR via bridge. But I dont wanna do that one by one. Do you know any batch function which will recognize 3 photos to merge hdr and batch whole folder of photos like nameA.jpg, nameB.jpg, nameC.jpg ? Same like you did in photomatix. Thanks.

Tes Mehari says:

Excellent tutorial

alexdavibe says:

Very very nice trick 🙂 In simply way. I’ll remember. The most important step is to split video into jpgs… it’s was so simply and i could not find it. Jodroboxes You really helped me! Thx

oldVideoGamesChannel says:

lol, if you watch it all the way to the end, it looks like shit, even if you get rid of the flickering like he said, anyone would be able to tell that this is not right.

JCMtzPictures says:

Very, very cool to experiment with. Thank you!

jodroboxes says:

Importing a sequence in AE? 4:40 Make sure the the sequence checkbox at the left bottom of the import window is marked. “import multiple files” isn’t necessary, i misclicked. “Import File” will do.

ToddColumbNZFR says:

Hi please help me.. I’ve followed all your instructions but when it comes to importing the jpeg sequence it is only importing one at a time and yes I did select mutiple files

jodroboxes says:

Thank you! Nice comment, makes me want to do more tutorials. Maybe i should, this is the only one i have.

mowgow says:

This was an outstanding video tutorial! No, “Umm”s, clear explanations and easy to follow. I’ve been searching high and low for tutorials on this subject and not only did I find it here, but I found the Mecca tutorial of tutorials. I am particularly impressed by the fact that this is true HDR and not an HDR effect – the effect doesn’t come close and is ironically much more fiddly to achieve than just doing it properly! Thank you very much for this video!

jodroboxes says:

I had a friend from USA do the narration. I hate my voice, lol! Thanks for watching.

CtrAlt says:

I have to say. I’m not an english speaker but your english is so clear, is so understandable. Nice accent. Nice tutorial, thank you for teaching.

operadorhd says:

Great job! i am working with batch process in photomatix but my video result with a flicker problem, ¿Solutions? Thanx!

jodroboxes says:

No problem, thanks for comment and watching!

damoesta says:

This was a very helpful tutorial. It’s a long process if you’re doing a long video, but well worth it. It’s a good technique to use especially if you plan on using the toonit plugin from redgiant because the hdrv really brings out the details. Thanks for this awesome tutorial!

jodroboxes says:

Thanks, make sure you get Cinestyle installed on your T3i. For the extra dynamic range. 😉

Allan Zepeda says:

most cameras let you filter this through camera settings, my panasonic lumix fz100 has a high dynamic art mode, and everything is the way my eye sees it but has that dreamy effect for hdr video awesome, but this is by far the real deal, nice and thank you for this tutorial i have a canon t3 and this will be lots of use 😉

AgeInd says:

looks more like an effect but not like real high dynamic range image 😛

jodroboxes says:

Check your framerate in the Comp settings and the RAM preview settings, it has to be the same as your original footage. NTSC is 30, PAL is 25.

Izybeats says:

ok, i did everything and it works gre8 but i had one issue, The HDR Footage Is Shorter Than tHe Original Footage After Importing The HDR Image Sequence Back Into After Effects

jodroboxes says:

Sure man, just send me a link to your HDR video. I’d like to see it.

seeblueinkblot says:

– thanks for your prompt reply! i’m pretty well versed in HDR photo and i agree about the grain as it is a natural part of the HDR process, I had just never used HDR images as a single frame in a movie before. I was really impressed with your ‘hack’ and i don’t mind the grain but i was hoping that perhaps you had found a work-around to achieve a ‘consistent grain’ throughout. i’ll continue working with this, & if i find a workaround, i’ll gladly share with you & the community.

jodroboxes says:

HDR’s can get very grainy, To reduce as much grain as possible you should shoot with two camera’s on diffirent exposures. It really depends on the image how much grain you get, and keep in mind Photomatix is made for high res photo’s. So using it for video is kind of a hack. Thanks for watching!

seeblueinkblot says:

thank you very much for the tutorial. i followed along with you and i have also done a test and it came out great! i am experiencing something that i do not see on your video clip – a lot of pixels randomizing while in playback (in particular the darker areas).  i thought that might change after downloading the trial of GBDeflicker but unfortunately it didn’t. any suggestions? regardless, outstanding tutorial.

RamGor123 says:

tnx!figured it out!!!!  😀

jodroboxes says:

24p is kinda choppy when you have fast shutter speeds. If you shoot 24p your shutterspeed should be 50.

RamGor123 says:

I figured it out,and also put it on 24p,and it still comes out choppy.when I render something else it’s ok,only image sequence is choppy.

jodroboxes says:

You’re welkom. ;-)

rasubeats says:

Thanks for this!

jodroboxes says:

24p, but the framerate shouldn’t make a diffirence.

RamGor123 says:

I had trouble rendering the video.What frame rate settings did you used for your comp.?

jodroboxes says:

Thanks, and yeah.. i didnt feel like going trough every little button i press.. its annoying to watch for most people.

PortalRealm says:

great vid, i thnk you’re going pretty fast though

jodroboxes says:

ps. the error has most likely to do with color space.

jodroboxes says:

Maybe try a diffirent format like tiff?? I dont know what else to do. Good luck.

foureyes242 says:

Every time I try to import the photos it gives me an “45::35 error”. I’ve checked and they are all RGB. Don’t know what else to do. Any ideas?

Thanks!

jodroboxes says:

I dont know, i dont use final cut.

James Edward Bates says:

I assume this method can be done in Final Cut? Is the GDBFlicker for Final Cut, too?

Robotrus says:

very well!!

jodroboxes says:

Yes, but its either this or buy a RED EPIC.

ZoetePoep says:

great tutorial and nice trick. I use Red Giant Toonit plugin to get a similar result, but I found that creating a HDR lookig video it also amplify the noise, which makes it look very bad in my opinion.

jodroboxes says:

I The video i used is 640×360, so it renders pretty fast.

Rob13y says:

woooow….. what was that? i watched the whole thing and it looked cool, but i dont really understand what it was that you were doing…

RideBikessVideos says:

Sick man, thanks!

FcSteezey says:

Is that real time rendering? you must have a monster computer

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