« on: May 18, 2013, 09:54:03 PM »
Magic Lantern RAW video for the Canon EOS 5D Mark III comes to the Mac & OSX
This was very helpful. It looks like the RAW workflow is starting to take shape!
I want to preface my next question by saying that I'm a video n00b. Should I do most of my tonal/color adjustments in ACR, or should I wait until I have the footage in AE/Premiere and do most of it in Davinci Resolve, MB Looks, etc.? Does it matter where I do it? My instincts tell me that there are two competing issues:
1. Which program is better at a specific task (e.g., recovering blown out clouds).
2. Flexibility of not having to go upstream to make changes to footage and then re-import downstream. For example, if I do my tonal/color work in ACR, won't that mean I have to go back-and-forth, rather than being able to quickly make adjustments via plugin without the extra step of re-importing?
Again... I'm just a n00b here. :-)