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bfindleton



Joined: 08 Jan 2007
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Location: Lafayette, CA

Post For the Coloristas out there Reply with quote
For those of you who jumped on the Colorista deal, I went ahead and merged a couple of the Rebel scripts to come up with rd_New_Colorista.jsx. It performs the same way as rd_New_Rebel_CC.jsx but, you guessed it, with Colorista adjustment layers instead.

You can get the zipped file here:

rd_New_Colorista.zip

Just extract it to the same folder as the rest of the Rebel scripts. It will show up in the DV Rebel Tools palette along with your other Rebel tools. If you don't want it in the palette just place it in the Scripts root folder instead.

While the script has been vetted by Stu, any and all issues should come my way since I would be the one who potentially hosed something up.

-- Bruce

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Bruce Findleton
Land's End Productions
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bta1701



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Location: Pahrump, NV

Post Thanks! Reply with quote
Thanks, Bruce. This is very convenient.

bart

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bta1701



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Location: Pahrump, NV

Post Colorista vignette Reply with quote
By the way, I have to say I'm putting a Colorista vignette on just about all my shots these days, it's amazing what a difference it makes. Such a simple thing.

bart

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bart
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ttown71



Joined: 23 Feb 2007
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Location: Los Angeles

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I am a bit of an idiot. how do you get these to work?

I have all the scripts installed including the colorista button, but don't know how to use them.

Sorry and thanks
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bfindleton



Joined: 08 Jan 2007
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Location: Lafayette, CA

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ttown71 wrote:
I am a bit of an idiot. how do you get these to work?

I have all the scripts installed including the colorista button, but don't know how to use them.

Sorry and thanks


Anywhere you see the Rebel CC script mentioned just use rd_New_Colorista instead. I think.

-- Bruce

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Bruce Findleton
Land's End Productions
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bfindleton



Joined: 08 Jan 2007
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Location: Lafayette, CA

Post Re: Colorista vignette Reply with quote
bta1701 wrote:
By the way, I have to say I'm putting a Colorista vignette on just about all my shots these days, it's amazing what a difference it makes. Such a simple thing.

bart


I'm just blown away by how much vignetting is used. I never really noticed it until I questioned it in the Guide. Now I see it all over the place.

-- Bruce

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Bruce Findleton
Land's End Productions
Tue Jun 19, 2007 9:16 pm View user's profile Send private message Send e-mail Visit poster's website
ttown71



Joined: 23 Feb 2007
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Location: Los Angeles

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bfindleton wrote:
ttown71 wrote:
I am a bit of an idiot. how do you get these to work?

I have all the scripts installed including the colorista button, but don't know how to use them.

Sorry and thanks


Anywhere you see the Rebel CC script mentioned just use rd_New_Colorista instead. I think.

-- Bruce


Actually, I don't see it anywhere in the after effects windows or menus. Not even the old stuff and i have 7.0
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notafraid



Joined: 28 Jan 2007
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Location: Los Angeles

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ttown71,

If you installed the scripts to the correct folder as described in the guide you can acces them from the file menu. Look for scripts in that menu and load the script you want. If you load the DV Rebel Tool pallete a floating pallete will appear with buttons for all the other DV Rebel scripts.

Hope that helps.

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ttown71



Joined: 23 Feb 2007
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Location: Los Angeles

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awesome thanks. i will give that a try
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Deere



Joined: 01 Jan 2009
Posts: 158
Location: Australia

Post Reply with quote
Not sure if anyone's checked it in a while. But the link to rd_New_Colorista.zip above is down and I'd love to get it if possible.

Cheers,

Deere.
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storitel



Joined: 25 Oct 2007
Posts: 647

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haven't seen bfindleton here for a while. you can find a copy of his script here...

http://www.storitel.co.uk/public/rd_New_Colorista.jsx

also i tweaked a version to do the same thing for MB Looks, in case anyone's interested.. nb not tested on Mac

http://www.storitel.co.uk/public/rd_New_MBLook.jsx
Thu Feb 19, 2009 8:59 am View user's profile Send private message
Deere



Joined: 01 Jan 2009
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Location: Australia

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Awesome! Thanks man Very Happy
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Stu
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Joined: 08 Jan 2007
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Glad to see this thread get a bump—I use that New Colorista button all the time.

-Stu

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Danny



Joined: 29 May 2008
Posts: 103
Location: London, UK

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One modification that I’ve made to all of my DVRG scripts, which I find totally invaluable is getting them to automatically add relevant ‘tags’ to the layers, so that they are immediately recognized by Lloyd Alverez’s brilliant “Zorro – the Layer Tagger”

For example, the following code will tag all the newly-created gradient-layers with the tag “*gradient”, along with the name of its target layer, and whilst it’s at it, will add a “*footage” tag, along with a self-referential tag to the target layer (if the latter pair don’t already exist)…

Quote:

// Create a string of 'tags' in the comment field (for use with "Zorro")...
var footageLayerTag = "*" + layer.name + ",";
gradLayer.comment = "*gradient," + footageLayerTag;
layer.comment = footageLayerTag + "*footage,";


DP

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ChristianLett



Joined: 12 Apr 2007
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Location: Cardiff, UK

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Thanks for the recommendation of Zorro - the Layer Tagger, Danny. Looks like an awesome script!
Sat Feb 21, 2009 10:52 am View user's profile Send private message Visit poster's website
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