November 3, 2017 at 11:54AM
Is there any way to remove DSLR grid guides baked into footage within a Shogun Flame?
I used a new Shogun flame on my canon 5d mark iv (after testing it out on a different camera that didn't have anything displayed), and after recording realized the grid that displays as a guide along with the camera settings baked into the recording that went direct via HDMI onto the Shogun. You can still see the image below, it's jut a black or white overlay with some transparency. I've tried creating a mask and adjusting the exposure in Premiere, but the edges have a brighter white edge when I do that. Does anyone have suggestions? Even if I only removed the guide lines, I could possibly just crop out the settings, although not ideal. If someone thinks they can do this themselves and would like to try it out, I'd be happy to pay them. Otherwise, some advice on how I can do it would be great! Yeah, that was a terrible mistake that most likely I can't fix. I had a second camera running but that angle was not ideal to have as a single camera. This one is really needed. Final delivery is meant for standard def for DVD burning. This was recorded 1080p..