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Raw Video / Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
April 13, 2014, 04:56:30 AM
heres a short filmed using magic lantern's raw function :)
everything was filmed at 24 fps, 1152x524 resolution
its was then up-resed to 1920x ???  ( i kept the same aspect ratio)
make sure to watch in 1080p :)
Raw Video / Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
January 06, 2014, 12:23:42 PM
Quote from: Hairuku on January 04, 2014, 07:27:07 PM
Premiere Pro received CinemaDNG support back in November, are the DNG files from the .RAW file CinemaDNG files or what? It is just weird the Premiere Pro is slated to work for cameras like BlackMagic Pocket Camera (Might sell my 60D and 50 1.4 to pick one up with all these barriers that I seem to keep hitting :/ .. )

EDIT: Didn't touch on it, but importing the DNG files into PP doesn't work either, the import sequence thinks there is no data in the DNG files, but AE works fine

i agree shooting raw is a great feature, but you shouldn't make it you primary objective, its a great tool, the 60d is a very good camera and yes it does have barriers , but all cameras have barriers , you just have to work around it.

you could either wait for a patch from adobe, or change workflow.
Raw Video / Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
January 04, 2014, 12:32:42 PM
Quote from: Hairuku on January 03, 2014, 08:42:10 PM
So there is physically no way for me to go in and modify the processor code to write to a CF card due to actual processor limitations?

EDIT: Also, I am unable to create a New Premiere project from within After Effects, when I hit the Dynamic Link to create a new PP project, it opens the sequence in PP but then says the DNG's contain no information? I am forced to Export the clip from AE into a high bitrate format (after initial tweaking in AE and camera Raw) and then import into Premiere in order to use the quick link to Adobe Speedgrade... Any help regarding this matter?

might be because of premiere's inability to read dng, maybe if the link is started from premiere to after effects, it could work.

Raw Video / Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
January 02, 2014, 05:42:04 PM
anything from a width of 1152 and over, upscales adequately.

look at the bitrate info while you're recording :the closest you are from 22 mb/s , the better your card is.

Quote from: Hairuku on January 01, 2014, 11:38:02 PM
Dang, 1728x736 would be perfect to record in. I wonder if there is some sort of hardware hack I could wire up to get it to send video quicker than the SD slot... Or are we hardware limited by the camera itself? Or just the SD card? I just got a 60D so I am still pretty new to all this.

besides, your the 60d can't really go over that bitrate: "bottlenecked" , those sneaky people from Canon :p
Raw Video / Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
January 01, 2014, 04:54:48 AM
Quote from: Hairuku on December 31, 2013, 05:44:46 PM
My question is that I want to record 2.35:1 widescreen but the box is in the middle.. is there any way to record edge to edge and only crop the top and bottom off of the screen? Instead of having to record everything inside a little box? Seems extremely unhelpful as a crop camera you already have to move back farther and this is like double cropping and having to move back a tremendous amount.. very egregious.

then you have to change the resolution 1080p with that aspect ratio , the width won't be 1920 exactly , but it does go edge to edge , but your record time drops dramaticly ,
i'm afraid there is no other way
this thing really gets you up and going as fast as possible so you can start editiing and grading at will. I love using batchelor, it has proven very useful and efficient. i'm a mac user, and i use it with wine, and it works like a charm.

the thumbnails are very useful, but a preview, where you can scrub through your clip to see if its any good before selecting it for conversion would be incredible.

i was wondering if that feature would be possible or not. I do not hate anything about this software, but this feature could make it even better
Raw Video / Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
December 30, 2013, 03:44:12 PM
Quote from: vroem on December 29, 2013, 06:48:18 PM
The only way to get rid of the bad pixel bug is to get this build from september 2013. Is there any development going on to resolve this bug in the official Magic Lantern? I couldn't find a bug report on this, I suppose I can open one?

actually this problem doesn't arise with the 5d's . its a problem relative to the 60d along with other dslr. To fix this problem in camera, marekk's build is the most effective solution, but gives artifacts.

if you can settle for a fix in post, Adobe camera raw (implemented into after effects) and lightroom have an automatic dead pixel remover. however , this means your workflow will rely on those applications for grading and such ( if you really want to grade raw files).

the dead pixel is mainly why we 60d users can't use the davinci resolve raw workflow

i honestly use lightroom to color CORRECT into a flat enough profile. and then export as uncompressed 16 bit Tiff container . the file is no longer raw once it reaches davinci resolve, but you still have your original 14 bit of data. ( and the detail recovery that raw allows has already been utilized in lightroom)
Raw Video / Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
December 22, 2013, 07:01:58 AM
here's a tip so you guys don't waste time and money.
1. it has already been said, but the 60d only writes at 20 mb/s max . So if you plan to buy a new sd card, make sure to take this into account.
2. even though the and sd card say 95 (or any number) mb/s, it doesn't mean it writes at that speed, it means they will mostly read at that speed, for offloading.
3. I'm not sure for other cards, but with Sandisk, on cards that are higher than 16gb , the camera formats as exfat. this particular change may be a reason, but cards higher than 16gb usually write slower for raw movie rec.
4. per my experience, 16gb sandisk sd at 30mb/s and 45mb/s maintain a speed higher than 20 mb/s when recording. they are fairly cheap so you can stack up on those. and you'll get the maximum time of recording out of them.