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Melvin Jose

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Canon 6D RAW 60 fps Slow Mo + Twixtor
« on: August 18, 2016, 09:47:58 AM »
Hello everyone! I have been experimenting with 60 fps raw together with the Twixtor slowmotion plugin.
I'm kinda falling in love with the results I'm able to get. What do you guys think?

Camera: Canon 6D
Lens: Canon 20mm 2.8, Sigma 28mm 2.8  OM (adapted)
Resolution: 1824 x 466 upscaled to 1920 x 806
Color grade: Davinci Resolve 12
Edit: Adobe Premiere Pro


ph2007

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Re: Canon 6D RAW 60 fps Slow Mo + Twixtor
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2016, 11:00:02 PM »
The result very nice man.

how do you get 60fps from the 6D raw?
Can you post which version ML u are using and workflow?

I couldnt get 1824 x 766 when under 60fps.
once I change the canon menu to 720p 60fps.
My ML raw resolution dropped to 1824 x 616 (need to strech the vertical resolution and resulting more moire... )

Melvin Jose

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Re: Canon 6D RAW 60 fps Slow Mo + Twixtor
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2016, 11:41:01 PM »
Yeah that was a typo. I'm sorry.
It was 466px vertical resolution that I had to stretch out.

pmus2017

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Re: Canon 6D RAW 60 fps Slow Mo + Twixtor
« Reply #3 on: March 03, 2017, 05:40:15 PM »
Beautiful film. I am a total beginner at colour correction/grading. I have Davinci Resolve 12. Do you use a specific LUT or look? Can you give a little detail about your workflow from flat image to colour graded. Any advice most appreciated!

Melvin Jose

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Re: Canon 6D RAW 60 fps Slow Mo + Twixtor
« Reply #4 on: March 04, 2017, 08:54:26 PM »
Beautiful film. I am a total beginner at colour correction/grading. I have Davinci Resolve 12. Do you use a specific LUT or look? Can you give a little detail about your workflow from flat image to colour graded. Any advice most appreciated!

That's a loaded question. I use a LUT to create a flat profile before anything. Than I add a LUT that I like, assuming the color balance is correct I do some color adjustments to get it to my liking. I also desaturate the shadows and highlights to get a better falloff. In the final node I add some subtle sharpening.
I have created a base preset that I apply to almost all my footage. I came to this preset after a lot of time experimenting and tweaking.
If you want to start of well I recommend you watch Juan Melara's old video. You can find it on his blog.