@00:16I need to definetelly try doing similar thing with RED camera, because one of the reasons I didn't wanted to elaborate on this test more, is because it was shoot using Panasonic HVX camera (if I remember correctly the name), and it was hard to get a decent green screen key, IMHO this thing needs to be redone using RED camera
@00:16Thanks for kind words. I personally didn't shoot anything with RED, but I had a chance to work on material shot on RED, and I was really impressed by the quality of the final output. Color depth amazes me, and there is no crazy compression going on, so keying out green screen isn't some nightmare job to do.
It's more or less something between 2k and 4k. Maybe 3.5k as you've said. Yes, working with RED materials is a bit pain in the ass, because instead of couple of gigabytes of data, now you're dealing with hundreds of gigabytes. It's takes a lot of resources and work to get your PC to chunk that kind of data, you need to use RAIDS, lot's of ram, preferably 64-bit systems, and quad cores in number of at least two. And that's if you decide to work in 2k, and output in 'www' resolution, which is something around 720p. If you're bonkers and decide to key out in 4k, you better be adding another zero to the price of your PC.