i got Canon T3i (D600) and when i use x.2.0 bitrate in video recording my camera cant stand it and it geting hot and lol hapend on end..camera freaze.. max what is quite good for my camera its x.1.6 ..what camera u use with x20 bitrate ? and it not stops ?
i use 45mb/s reading and wrighting Class 10 San Disk Card
So I should be satisfied because file is bigger? It doesn't matter to me, if file is bigger when quality is the same (by naked eye...but i dont need it to be better in some graphs and tests, i want beter video while shooting between trees and leaves!)
I am using 70-200 f/4 L IS, and Tamron 17-50 2.8. Both are very sharp in photography, and for video you dont need such a good optical quality(I have read somewhere), so i dont think this is reason.
when u got two same lenght of file lets say 10 second Movie File`s but one is 1 GB and another one is lets say 100 mb.. its mean..more frames per second more resolution more bitrate more high quality..if u dont see diference u need maybe check ur ICC profile monitor .. or check color setings at ur software..and what Monitor ICC profile u use.. with wrong ICC profile and balance colours in ur computer and on camera ..when those two coplours profles are not same your colours can looks weird..( like in 8 bit frames ) so u can thing its low quality..
alsow tell me what software u use to Preview ur videos recorded with ML on your Canon..cus this can be problem to..
all video players use some codecs and they use own setings.. the best thing its to not powering UP quality of movie on your Video Player.. make player show u original colors with OUT Program Corection..cus sometimes ( mostly ) these software (video player ) corection can kill quality in movie
i thing will be coool to have in MAgic Lantern Video SubMenue option like
..ooo yeaaa .. this will Extreamly Make Quality SOOO high UP !