Author Topic: 5D3 RAW (10-bit) Jen & Tom | 1.28.17 (Rough cut part 1)  (Read 1448 times)

DeafEyeJedi

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5D3 RAW (10-bit) Jen & Tom | 1.28.17 (Rough cut part 1)
« on: February 04, 2017, 06:21:33 PM »
5D3 + 24-105L in 30p (ISO 200-800) @ 1080p MLV RAW (10-bit) shot handheld in New Orleans, Louisiana @ The Mule Barn next to Plantation.

Build used: ML-crop3x.2017Jan13.5D3123 (from experimental page: https://builds.magiclantern.fm/experiments.html)

Post-workflow: MLV > Cr2hdr.app (Thanks @Danne!) > AE (Cinelog-DCP + Cinelog_Filmlook #4 -- Thanks @Andy600) > ProRes422HQ

https://vimeo.com/202492007

Sorry for being a dumbass after getting all drunk and not getting my lens/mirror cleaned out (notice the dust line?) before this event. I attended as one of the Grooms and couldn't help not bringing Magic Lantern's magic with me either. I also was able to mask this out somewhat spotlessly with CC Wire Removal plugin in AE but then it would take over 350 hours to render it all out. May have to wait until the final versions with less footage to use. So excuse me for this! :-X

Oh and btw because of using 10-bit (instead of 14 or 12) I was able to record for over an hour and 15 minutes worth of footage in MLV RAW on each KB 256GB 1066x CF cards while shooting in 30p @ 1920x1080p continuously until it gets filled which is pretty awesome in terms of being able to shoot more freely minded and less stressful of not needing to swap out cards as often if we were to shoot in higher bits.

However, I must admit that I wasn't able to take advantage of the mighty fine DarkFraming Avg process with 10-bit MLV files -- for some reason it doesn't 'clean up the color noise' as much as it does with the 14-bit MLV's files (haven't tested this for 12-bit in comparisons yet tho) but has anyone else notice this on your end as well?  :o

Anyway felt like this was worth sharing that it is okay to admit something we didn't mean for to happen and shit DOES happen, right?
5D3.113 • 5D3.123 • EOSM.203 • 7D.203 • 70D.112 • 100D.101

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Re: 5D3 RAW (10-bit) Jen & Tom | 1.28.17 (Rough cut part 1)
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2017, 12:43:59 AM »
When he signs with a beer bottle in his hand is that like talking with your mouth full?

I've always wanted to learn sign, I'm assuming that's American Sign Language though, it always seems very one handed.
AUSLAN and BANZSL likes to incorporate both the hands for everything including the alphabet.

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5D3 RAW (10-bit) Jen & Tom | 1.28.17 (Rough cut part 1)
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2017, 09:19:51 PM »
When he signs with a beer bottle in his hand is that like talking with your mouth full?

Basically yes. It's actually quite nice to be able to sign with our mouths full.  :P

I've always wanted to learn sign, I'm assuming that's American Sign Language though, it always seems very one handed.
AUSLAN and BANZSL likes to incorporate both the hands for everything including the alphabet.

You still can and yes, it is. Mostly ASL. As for being 'one handed' I can agree that it has become quite the norm as of late although like most of us who sign with ASL we usually do with two hands. Not by requirement though but more naturally. Maybe it gets the point across rather quicker w two rather than one. Sometimes but not always.  :)

However it is actually quite intriguing to have most of us sign with just one hand either because it's easier that way or just because I'm lazy in a way? I don't know but for me I can hold one hand with the camera and sign with the other if I were to communicate with one another unless they aren't deaf and/or do not know sign at all.
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5D3 RAW (10-bit) Jen & Tom | 1.28.17 (Rough cut part 1)
« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2017, 09:05:20 PM »
The Night After Jen & Tom's in NOLA | 1.28.17
5D3 + 16-35L in 30p MLV RAW (10-bit) @ ISO 6400 all night long
https://vimeo.com/203334639

Jen & Tom | 1.28.17 (12 hours of their Journey into a 24 minute Videolapse)
5D3 + 24-105L/16-35L in 30p MLV RAW (10-bit) @ ISO 200-6400
https://vimeo.com/203071075
5D3.113 • 5D3.123 • EOSM.203 • 7D.203 • 70D.112 • 100D.101