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Title: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: Savy on April 09, 2017, 08:47:18 PM
Hi guys  :)

a friend and me went backpacking in Vietnam last month. It was an amazing experience and I made a short movie about our journey.
Recorded everything in 1920x818 10-bit. Most of the shots were recorded with 48 fps and some with 65 fps.
Only had two lenses with me (Canon 24-105 and Sigma 35 1.4 ART) and everything was shot handheld.
Drone shots are stock footage.

If you have any questions go ahead and ask me :)



greetings,
Jan
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: QuickHitRecord on April 10, 2017, 10:03:57 AM
Really nice, Jan.

What transition pack did you use? They added a lot of energy to your edit.
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: Savy on April 10, 2017, 01:27:43 PM
thank you :)

you can achieve such transitions with the "handy seamless transitions" pack.
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: _OLLE_ on April 10, 2017, 07:03:15 PM
really good! I also wonder about the transition and where you got the sound effects from?
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: DeafEyeJedi on April 10, 2017, 07:29:33 PM
What transition pack did you use? They added a lot of energy to your edit.

+1
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: Hans_Punk on April 11, 2017, 01:00:26 AM
Handy Seamless Transitions | Pack & Script | After Efects Project Files - Videohive template...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbRJL9Nd_YM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbRJL9Nd_YM)

Great work @Savy!
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: arrinkiiii on April 11, 2017, 01:05:27 PM
Thanks Hans_Punk
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: andy kh on April 11, 2017, 02:10:50 PM
beautiful
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: tigerbengal2009 on April 13, 2017, 03:11:33 AM
awesome video Savy, how do you get those really nice clean night shots? what was your max iso, shutter speed? neat video plug in? ettr?,
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: Savy on April 14, 2017, 10:55:16 AM
thank you very much guys :)

@tigerbengal2009: if I remember correctly shutter speed was 1/50, max iso 6400. I usually use the zebras to expose as bright as possible without losing important information. Denoised the footage with neat video
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: JamesSteele on April 16, 2017, 11:37:09 AM
Really liked the idea of muffling the music when the shot moved under water. [emoji1]
Title: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: DeafEyeJedi on April 17, 2017, 06:48:14 PM
...I usually use the zebras to expose as bright as possible without losing important information.

Bold choice @Savy! Do you know if the Zebras were set to default for RAW @ 99% by any chance?

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Denoised the footage with neat video

Really nice results actually and Thanks for sharing this beautiful well shot of slo-mo stuff. Perhaps next time try combining DarkFraming Averaging Process (https://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=13512.msg171104#msg171104DarkFraming Averaging Process) together with Neat Video especially for ISO 3200 & 6400. You'll be amazed w the results of color noise removal. Even may not need to use Neat Video after all.  :P
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: limey on April 17, 2017, 10:32:34 PM
Really like the video - great job.
Title: Re: Vietnam backpacking | 10 bit slowmo | 5DIII
Post by: Savy on April 18, 2017, 08:41:41 PM
Bold choice @Savy! Do you know if the Zebras were set to default for RAW @ 99% by any chance?

any recommendation? I tried ETTR in the beginning but felt like it exposed to dark. But maybe I had wrong settings. Overexposure threshold is not used for RAW zebras :)

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Really nice results actually and Thanks for sharing this beautiful well shot of slo-mo stuff. Perhaps next time try combining DarkFraming Averaging Process (https://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=13512.msg171104#msg171104DarkFraming Averaging Process) together with Neat Video especially for ISO 3200 & 6400. You'll be amazed w the results of color noise removal. Even may not need to use Neat Video after all.  :P
thank you! :) I tried to find out how that works a while ago but wasn't successful :D (I'm on windows btw)


@JamesSteele & limey: thank you guys  :)