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Quote from: Walter Schulz on July 27, 2016, 07:07:07 PM
I don't know what the problem is. I can't reproduce it.
Inserted a 8 GB SD-card into my Hackintosh (running 10.11.6) and run Disk Utility. Formated card with ExFAT. Inserted card into cam (650D): No problem. Copied ML files to card and installed ML via Firmware update option.
Configured MLV_REC to write with 35.4 MByte/s to ExFAT and stopped after 3:00. File size is 6,716,211,808 Bytes.
What are we talking about? As far as I can tell dratif haven't used ExFAT at all.
Quote from: unfilmde on August 26, 2016, 11:06:06 PM
And now the 5D Mark IV. What would ML do with 4K - non-cropped video RAW ;
Quote from: reddeercity on July 27, 2016, 07:34:57 AM
@dratif I can't understand why you are using old outdate ( not to mention very time consuming) workflow .
The quickest and yet the most precise workflow has always been MLVFS (cdng on the fly convertor) http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=13152.0
Cross platform (PC & Mac) Just mount the MLV and import Cdng in to Premiere Pro or BM Resolve no need to waste time converting .
This is the Gold Standard for file extraction . A trusted professional workflow I can be working with ML raw file with correct audio sync in least then 2min in resolve.
Important to my workflow as I need quick turn around , I do mainly news/documentaries pieces.
Or the other amazing fast raw workflow in which you can fully grade your MLV or Raw ver. 1.0 files and export as a ProRes , DNxHD , Tiff , Png's , H264 and of course Cdng's then try out
MLVProducer http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=15271.0 Originally it's a PC app but will run under Wine in Mac OSX
This post explains how get MLVProducer working with Wine in OSX http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=15271.msg151403#msg151403
And from my understanding MLRawViewer exports lossless JPEG Compressed DNG's read the following posts
Quote from: Lars Steenhoff on July 27, 2016, 12:16:31 PM
Solution : old disk utility works with some small modification.
Quote from: Walter Schulz on July 27, 2016, 07:08:43 AM
Reply #3 doesn't help?
Quote from: Walter Schulz on July 27, 2016, 05:41:15 AM
Solution? Is there a problem?
Quote from: dmilligan on July 26, 2016, 01:07:59 PM
Conversion to what? Define "quality". Post examples. Describe your workflow. We care about facts not feelings.
Quote from: DeafEyeJedi on July 19, 2016, 02:23:40 AM
As usual 1.1.3 < 1.2.3 and who is this dude at your local camera shop?
He may be correct for most electronic devices out there but not when it comes to 5D3.
Quote from: Walter Schulz on June 30, 2016, 08:12:47 PM
Some unprocessed and processed footage showing your problem would be fine.
Because there is none (yet) I might consult my magic ball:
- H.264 in Canon flavour does some heavy image processing. Upscaling, line skipping (if not 5D3), smoothing, noise reduction, sharpening.
- RAW/MLV does have problems with line skipping (if not 5D3 or using crop mode) but does not have smoothing, upscaling, noise reduction.
- Underexposed recording with ISO 100 will result in noise after exposure correction.
Quote from: Jackie 4CHAN on April 23, 2015, 08:54:45 PM
I've read a lot of threads with you raving about how good KB has treated you, but I just ordered 4 KB cards last week and 2 of them were duds from the get go. My first experience with them scared me enough to never want to try again. What's worse is KB charges a %15 restocking fee because I want a refund instead of a replacement.... so you know, that's fun to deal with.
Doesn't bother me paying for the peace in mind a more reputable name like Sandisk can provide because that cost will trickle down to clients. I'll post this weekend with the benchmark.
Quote from: JustBraw on January 22, 2016, 03:36:37 AM
I know this is ongoing problem with tablets and hdmi input, ive been trying to come up with a way for a while now , mainly since i broke my usb connector on cam board :/ If i put as much effort into getting it fixed id be up and running again, lol however ive came up with something, and hopeing an intelegent meber will be able to conform or deny this theory,
Ive recently discovered a tablet I bought in a job lot wasnt what i thought , it came as normall 10 inch tablet with usb charger and everything seemed normal, untill i went to charge it, i noticed a port on bottom unlike any other. I took it round countless shops to aquire correct charger all of whom had never seen it and had no clue. time to start digging, Turns out this is the HP Slatebook 10 x2 quad core intel tegra tablet/laptop. top half come away from bottom like a keyboard docking staion. , has on paper at least some nice specs. ssd card in both sections and internal memory in also. bottom section is were all the normal ports lie however, usb , chargeing port, not sure if it has hdmi, but that wouldnt matter heres my thinking, and I hope Ive got this correct. the docking port on the tablet side is Hps own generic design, threw what ive read I think its there version of the apple charger, so u have to buy another chargeing solution / synce cable, But further digging turns out this port is pretty close to thunderbolt port and may even be quicker , or offer more threw it. it acts as both chargeing port and data synce from keyboard section to monitor, apparntly 4k cable data can go threw this connector. so if ive got this rite and i hope i have makes perfect sense in my head :p, instead of connect the tab to the keyboard dock, find a hack / solution to turn the curent conector with hdmi on otherside for to atach it to camara..? think i saw 1 on hps site already around £40 bbut hp isnt the easiest to understand lets face it. so i could be way of. anyway ive ordered base and requreid cables get a better look at whats what, in meantime if any1 knows better about this transformer type docking staion tablet please comment as im now eager to find out 1 way or other . hope this helps. and hope this is the case as the slatebook 10 is down considerbly in price. got this 1 for under 50, time i add charger and dock up 80, saw them with 32gb internal with two free ssd slot and usb port on ebay with "new and buy now £150. not bad for quad core intel. fingers crossed
Quote from: RTI on March 23, 2016, 03:40:18 PM
Make sure you have your CF card selected from the menu. It sometimes switches to SD when you don't have a CF card in camera and won't revert back.