Hi there, as promised here is a longer video colored by newlify:
I will upload more samples as time goes by.
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Well I guess you chose that scene as a direct comparison to this:
Is it better ? Who am I to judge. But this article when the film was first bastarsized sums it all up for me.
Maybe your choice of words was accidental. But maybe this film is one of your ATF's. And if it is you really should not even attempt to mess with it.
Your program might be a general improvement on what has gone before. But it still suffers from a basic flaw. Faces are still un-natural/cartoon like.
Just my 2 cents (and my last on this subject you will be relieved to know)
Also you can see the shadows on the faces shifting slightly.I think,therefore i am a hamster.
I see freshly colorized old sequences and movies all over YouTube these days and it disgusts me. What disgusts me even more is the general praise these abominations receive. It's as bad as the conversion of "fullscreen" movies to "widescreen" using one method or another, thus wrecking the original aspect ratio. Everyone thinks they're a better director than the original one. Everyone thinks they're a better cinematographer than the original one.
I see freshly colorized old sequences and movies all over YouTube these days and it disgusts me.
It's as bad as the conversion of "fullscreen" movies to "widescreen" using one method or another.
Vegas Pro 18. Another is a program called PixBim Video Colorize Ai.
Vegas Pro seems to make the video too washed out of colour, with a lot of scenes being very orange or too psychedelic (If all that makes sense?)! PixBim does a far better job with the colours, but when experimenting with it I see too many ghosting effects from previous frames.
I did see another video on YouTube which suggested another Ai method using software to save each frame as an image, then using a colourising feature in Photoshop to auto-colour the first frame of each scene, then using a process to automate all the subsequent frames with the same colours. This technique could possibly be utilized to do proper colourizing by just colouring the first frame manually?
I guess the next more expensive option is to use Mocha Pro?
Last edited by magnu; 28th Jul 2021 at 00:54.
Well if you check my 'test' of this service it took approx. 1 minute for every second of SD footage.
You would have to do your own test of a HD source (if you feel it worth the effort)
I contacted the company (Newlify) to ask about costs, etc., and received the following reply:-
We can convert films in different lengths.
The fee is 3$ per minute, but if you want to convert more than a few minutes we can issue you a discount.
Also, due to high upload times we have decided to stop using the website to upload videos, so if you would decide to color your videos I will send you an alternative upload destination.
Please tell me if I can help you in any other way.