Just wondering if anyone here as any experience in this type of workflow. We are using LED walls as “realtime greenscreens”. Most of the work is tabletop shoots for the food industry. I am the only video engineer at the shop I am at and everyone else struggles to even really operate the cameras so to them a lot of this feels like black magic and they have brought in a parade of “experts” whom have set up up everything from a robust realtime playback computer running premier timelines to insane looking piles of computers running watchout with cables everywhere doing realtime “frame blending”, stacking image pros and scan converters… ect ect. same problem on all accounts in varying degrees of intensity is scanlines when filming. I have largely kept my mouth shut as my personal opinion of the issue requires everything to be genlocked which will signifigantly increase the price.
I believe that we will need to get a processor like the Brompton and genlock our entire workflow from gpu output to camera and processing. simple as that. Currently we have very cheap nova processors and receiving cards which I do not think will ever be tricked into correctly working at base 24
any thoughts are much appreciated! :mrgreen: