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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 5D Mark III / 5D3 / Firmware 1.2.3
« on: October 21, 2014, 08:59:57 PM »

Why the last 1.2.3 build is 07 august, its old no ?

Best regards


Where ca i find for 5D Mk III 1.2.3 ?

Best regards


For me too, the audiometer work with the 21/05 build


Ok thanks for you return.

It's very cool if RAWMagic add MLV support, i use this tools for RAW video and it is very great and simple !


Yes, what is the new (official) tool for MLV on mac ?


Raw Video / Re: FFMPEG now officially supports Magic Lantern Video
« on: May 09, 2014, 04:14:28 PM »
Where can i find a compiled version for mac os x with mlv support, i try somes ffmpeg for mac os x but none can decode mlv ?

Best regards

Raw Video / Re: FFMPEG now officially supports Magic Lantern Video
« on: April 23, 2014, 10:38:28 AM »
Fantastic the MLV RAW video format begin to be implemented on many tools, it's just the beginning...

Very good work !

Camera-specific discussion / Re: Magic Lantern for 5D Mark III 1.2.3
« on: March 17, 2014, 09:05:19 AM »
1000 Thanks, very good work !

Thanks ;-)


What is the admin password it ask me wen i want install french language


Thanks but it's just a little test, ML RAW is awesome !!!!

Raw Video / Re: Raw Crop X 3 Recording Issues
« on: August 21, 2013, 10:06:47 AM »

i thinks you have drop frame and you recording automatically stop (your raw config) after drop frame.

With my 5D III and Komputerbay 64GB 1000X in 3X mode i can't recorde more than 1920x818 (2.35). In 1920x1080 i have drop frame and stop recording


Share Your Videos / 5D Mark III RAW Video 3X Mode on insects macro
« on: August 20, 2013, 12:59:48 PM »

I realized "3 Minutes dans mon jardin" to test the capabilities of the video mode RAW 3X Magic Lantern in macro shooting. The macro picture and the occurrence of macro video requires many shots. Insects are so fine with a number of important details and amazing textures, rendered all of which are essential.

From a technical point of view, I used:

- 5D Mark III with Magic Lantern nightly build of August 6, 2013
- Canon 85mm 1.8 USM
- Extension rings and Canon EF25II EF12II
- Field Monitor Lilliput 7 "IPS 663/O/P Peaking Focus
- Lighting Portable LED 108 shots
- Manfrotto tripod

I turned 1920x818 ratio 2.35 221 plans due to the very shallow depth of field in macro and insect behavior there are quite a few missed. Concernat weight is 200 files it go rush in RAW so the final 100 go file a derushé ProRes 4444 and rose.

Regarding the workflow, I "developed" RAW with DaVinci Resolve 9.1.5 by simply converting to ProRes 4444 without specific corrections, simply by their affecting a BMC therefore made ​​a kind LOG profile. Installation and calibration was carried out under Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9. During assembly I realized that certain plans were under or over exposed, but the capacity of RAW and ProRes 4444 did not prevent me to use the ones I wanted.

I met some bugs with 3X fashion frames Bugee in a number of plans, but it is only a frame from time to time. Turning a bit more off this little bug is not largely offset quality made ​​and benefits 3X Magic Lantern mode.

In conclusion this mode 3X RAW video is a real success and a major advance!

Congratulations to the team of Magic Lantern for their superb work!

Yes the ffmpeg conversion of raw2dng don't be a good choice, maybe in future version !

The H264 is not to be good than prores but it's a good choice if you don't have hight dynamic scene, and for many type of film is good enough !



I do this vs for my work, if it's can help you !

  • - CinemaDNG
    - ProRes 4444 from Resolve
    - ProRes 4444 from 0.13 (ffmpeg conversion)
    - ProRes 422HQ
    - H264 All-I



i use the mac version



Look the .mov below if you seeing difference:

I use :
RAWMagic 1.0 from AppStore
Resolve 9.1.5
A BMC profils in clip setings  and a Hunter LUT


I donwload the raw file and test.


Strange ! Could you post a very short .raw with the problem and i use it to test with the workflow.


Hi Hunter,

just saw your vimeo tutorial regarding the 5D Mark III RAW video workflow. I followed your tutorial using your LUT but I always get "green fringing" around bright edges and distracting noise in my footage. In DaVinci Resolve Lite 9.1.5 the output looks horrible compared to After Effects workflow.

How did you get such a clean image output in DaVinci Resolve? I've also used different converters for DNG but it makes no difference to the image quality. I don't know what Im doing wrong.

See the attached JPG for a comparison between Resolve and After Effects output.

Best Regards


In resolve what is you clip configuration ?
Do you use BMC ?


What's Your opinion on which is better RAW2DNG and RAWMagic?


i have a little preference for RAWMagic !


Raw Video Postprocessing / Re: Help pls editing workflow mac fcpx
« on: August 03, 2013, 01:47:29 AM »

You can look this, i hope that's help you :


This is the 2 tuto of my 14bits workflow with RAWMagic, raw2dng, resolve and Final Cut Pro X

With raw2dng :

With RAWMagic :

Best regards and thanks to ML for this awesome work !


It is possible to add the possibility to add a prefix when the .dng files is created ?

with the curent version :

Directory : M10-1449_dng
Files in directory : 000000.dng 000001.dng etc...

with prefix maybe in future version ;-) :

Directory : M10-1449_dng
Files in directory : M10-1449_000000.dng M10-1449_000001.dng etc...

This change can be very useful in resolve fcpx workflow

Best regards and thanks for you work


I present my workflow, if its can help someone. It's in french but it's very visual :

Presentation of a working method to assemble and calibrate a film shot in RAW with Magic Lantern.

I use XML exchanges and the following tools:

  • Raw2dng
    Resolve 9
    Final Cut Pro X

The advantage is that the calibration is done only with DaVinci Resolve and dng files. So we are still working with the RAW calibration, installation is meanwhile with Final Cut Pro X. Therefore there is no loss of quality images.

The flow is as follows:

RAW> raw2dng> Resolve> Generation proxy and XML project for FCPX> Transfer film for calibration up to Resolve> Calibration with RAW CinemaDNG> Transfer files clips calibrated and a FCPX project completion (Titles, credits, etc.).


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