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  1. I have my movie in about 150,000 dpx files. I need to create a .mov proress 444. Everyone is telling me to use davinci resolve (lite) since it's free. However, I am reading that you can only output HD and SD and I need it in 2k... I had it color corrected by a colorist using da vinci... and they left the country. I have FCP and compressor. not compressor 4 though. I tried color, and FCP and compressor but nothing works... does Compressor 4 work or is there a software I could get a demo or trial version of and do this myself?
  2. Gents and ladies, I have never color corrected on my own. I did an 8mm short for the Straight8 festival and boy oh boy did I overexpose. It's the worst super8 I have ever shot. I shouldn't have trusted the light meter, which was always telling me I was underexposed. Bullsh**. Clearly the 500t was not. Oh well. Now I know to just go with my gut. I'd like to do what I can to make this look a little bit less offensive. This is a basic capture that was inverted and sent back to me without any real color correction (I couldn't afford a professional scan + color correction for just one roll). I have CS5 Production Premium. The auto color correction setting sure don't seem to do anything special so I am hoping for some advice here.
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