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Tragic Lantern / Re: 600D/T3i Raw Video
December 05, 2013, 07:28:39 PM
I've noticed that when shooting in 720 60p in raw I (or overrode to 50p) it looks like sh*t. However, when put into the 3x 1:1 mode it doesn't downscale anymore thus all aliasing/moire and needing to stretch in post is gone. What sucks however is that it has a bunch of dead pixels (non cropped has this too) and seems to "glitch" on the framing and will throw in an inverted purple frame ever 40 frames or so.

Is there a way to fix this because if so the 60p in raw would look gorgeous  ;D

i was wondering if there was anyway to let the program accept cinemadng files that have already been converted instead of the .raw?
isnt the whole point of raw to record the entire RAW image the sensor sees? and isnt iso on the canons just digital gain? So how if this gaining any DR over just shooting raw if iso has no effect on raw?
Let some friends shoot some plates of the fire out in vegas for their feature film. Hard to see the fire but pretty sky! Love the way the colors match what I actually saw with my eyes.
Quote from: jpkeenan24 on July 15, 2013, 07:18:06 AM
Well I'm basically debating between the Mark III or springing for a used s-log F3. If the footage is pretty much the same then I'll deal with the workarounds for the mkiii but if the F3 s-log footage is noticeably better then I'll spend the extra because the better picture quality and all the added functionality with shooting (xlr, hdmi out, ergonomics, etc) Would you rate the RAW as holding up to an s-log F3?

F3 with slog definitely has more dynamic range and resolves more detail, plus you can use real (pl mount) lenses. And you could always pay for the camera by renting it out. the mark iii is $3500 plus all the money you'll spend on giant cf cards (5min per 32gb) plus the hard drives. If I could afford it I'd rather just buy a used F3 and have a real cinema camera, the raw out of the canons is amazing but there's a reason canon didn't enable it themselves and saved it for a camera more capable of handling it....
Quote from: xNiNELiVES on July 11, 2013, 02:11:44 AM
I don't understand, the hills are actually on fire in Las Vegas? Or is it just the sun's light illuminating the dust?
no they're on fire. might go shoot something closer to it for a feature today.

here's the latest thing I've shot. Testing record time/resolve workflow/noise reduction/stabilization etc.
Quote from: ted ramasola on July 10, 2013, 04:47:38 AM
For now use the LCD on your 5d2 to get proper framing in 3x crop mode(5x magnify) and set preview to either ; auto or ML grayscale. I suggest using auto as its more convenient when you shift back to 1x mode.


Also, while framing using auto is accurate, it is in grayscale and slightly pixelized and does not refresh in real time and this is so only when in preview/standby mode, upon start of recording the screen will revert to normal canon 5x magnification and real time refresh, AND the framing is slightly off.

So, with this handicap, I think this is useful only when the camera is locked down, and the subject does not move about.

You frame the subject first, then press record.

okay, thought i was doing something wrong but thats just how it is for now. I was going to buy a blackmagic pocket cinema camera and rig it out with 16mm lenses but if the raw hack progresses enough i might just stick with the trusty old 5d=]
so how do i get accurate framing for 5x crop on the mark ii?
Quote from: a1ex on July 08, 2013, 06:18:46 AM
The sound recording option from FPS submenu is for H.264...

ahhh okay. thanks alex! so no sound recording during raw then?
Quote from: mvejerslev on July 07, 2013, 09:53:50 PM
Sound is not recorded with forced FPS.

even with forced fps off it still doesnt make a file
hmmmm. I turned on separate wav recording in the fps override menu, however no sound files are being recorded. Anyone have any idea what is going on? Also in the audio menu in ML it says i have sound disabled in the canon menus even though it is not.
where did the audio recording go off to?
also i really wish you guys could bring back the resolution selection of when this first came out. I was shooting anamorphic and a resolution between 4:3 and 1:1 would be great 4:3 gives me 2.66:1 and 11 gives me 16:9 on the old version you didnt have to select an aspect ratio, you could just select width and height. Great work though, cant wait to see how far this will go! Been using magic lantern ever since i bought my first canon (t2i) back in 2010.
Quote from: ch_d on July 02, 2013, 06:26:11 PM
i canĀ“t get more than 64,8mb/s with my komputerbay 1000x udma7 128gb card.
GD off. Small hacks on. ect.

Mine varies from 73MB/s to 76.4MB/s
Komputerbay 1000x 32gb