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In the Shot List, select the shot you want to capture by clicking it. Then, click the red Record button in the lower right of Field Monitor (Fig. 21). OnLocation immediately begins recording your scene to disk. When you are done recording, press the blue Stop button (next to the Record button). 21 Recording is easy. of the same shot, simply start recording Select the clip you want to capture again without selecting any other shot and click the Record button. in the Shot List. OnLocation will automatically create a new take, with the same shot name in the Shot List and append a take number (see Fig.
This workspace allows you to create a list of shots you want to get during production by displaying the Shot List and Metadata panels. Calibration. This displays a live video feed directly from your camera, plus audio-level meters, waveform, vectorscope, and histogram video scopes. Production. This reorganizes panels to make it easy to record, review, and analyze clips. Full-screen. Almost any panel can be made full-screen; this option allows you to display a panel, such as the video monitor (called the Field Monitor) or any individual video scope, full screen with tabs to select other panels.
If you see Chapter 3 Adobe OnLocation: Preproduction Planning and On-Set Monitoring 55 errors, you need to re-adjust the camera. You don’t apply any color-correction settings in OnLocation. • Black levels for digital video should be at or near 0%. • White levels for video destined for DVD or broadcast should not exceed 100%; they can go higher for video that will only appear on the Web. • Caucasian skin should be between 45 and 65% on the waveform monitor. • Asian and Hispanic skin should be between 35 and 50%.