Yeah, that looks just like my doctor's office, and my doctor does exams just like this. So it is definitely realistic in that way. The only difference is my doctor is usually throwing up in the parking lot before he starts work for the day. If he had included that, then I'd say two enthusiastic thumbs up.
Wouldn't a magenta filter, for example, Zircon from LEE, correct that? One thing I do know is that filters can only subtract light, not add to it. So while the filter should get rid of the green, the filter itself, because it is a filter, will reduce the light's overall output.
New to lighting, but have a few things about it.
With regard to LED missing lights or parts of the spectrum, wouldn't it be better than to use tungsten lights and forget LED as it is full spectrum? Would that allow for better correction in post if needed?
I notice that all the read outs on LED have a blue spike. Isn't there a gel or filter that would help bring that down? For instance, wouldn't a yellowish filter help warm it up and compensate against that blue spike?
For me, a few appropriately placed curse words here and there are okay and realistic, but what I find now is wall-to-wall foul language and to me it shows lack of creativity. You watch old films and rarely, if ever, any cursing. Just watched The Third Man and not one curse word. Yes, it was a different time, but I think people were more articulate back then. Now, it is just non-stop cursing and for me, it is pandering to the lowest denominator. If I hear an F-bomb in the first five minutes of a film, I usually suspect intellectual laziness and pandering.
Although it is a ton of work to do everything yourself, it is the best way to learn the entire process. Your first few that you do by yourself might not be the greatest, but each one should be better than the one before it. I found it nearly impossible to find reliable crew, so for my first film, I ended up doing nearly everything myself. We put the mics on overhead boom stands, bought all our food at Costco, and kept our locations to a minimum. The hardest part was actually editing the film.
If you watch the Make Your Own Damn Movie series, they give a lot of great tips about how to shoot films on a shoe string. I was surprised to see how rigorous the casting process is for Troma. They call the actors back several times and use that process deliberately to screen out the unmotivated. I didn't have that much of a problem with the actors, but had many problems with crew.
From the comments, it doesn't sound like it is ready for Prime Time yet. I tried using it a couple of versions ago when it first tried to become an NLE, and it didn't go well at all. It seems like it could take years for them to develop a truly awesome NLE and I hope they do, but it doesn't sound like this is it yet.