Ninja Inferno as Run ‘n Gun/Portable Grading Monitor Solution?

Atomos markets the Ninja Inferno as a professional tool for cinematographers, with a gloriously bright, 1,500 nit display, heaps of exposure and focusing aids, touch screen interface, a variety of codecs, XLR inputs, Atom HDR for obtaining perfect exposure with Log footage for HDR delivery, 4K 60p recording, as well as for use as a… Read More

How to Enable Desktop Video Utility on a Mac

Before harnessing the power (!) of Blackmagic Design’s UltraStudio Mini Monitor to edit HDR video using the Ninja Inferno as an external monitor, you must first install Desktop Video. However, after installation, you may discover that the device is not recognized when running MacOS High Sierra 10.13. Here are the steps you should take in… Read More

Workflow for Leeming LUT One – Panasonic HLG v501 (16-235) Beta in FCP X 10.4

With the new Leeming LUT One for Panasonic HLG with 16-235 range adjustment (beta), the order of operations in FCP X has been greatly simplified. First, create your library, event and project and import your media as usual. Next, select the clips in the browser, and in the Inspector, click on Camera LUT – Custom… Read More

How to Import XML Files into Resolve Without Crashes

I’d had Resolve in my applications folder for forever but not for one second did I think I¬†would ever need it, let alone learn to use it. But since I became interested in color grading, I realized FCPX wasn’t going to cut it. There remained only one obstacle – importing XML files into Resolve from… Read More