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Nightly Builds / Re: 600D Audio TEST release - 2.3 based
« on: May 30, 2013, 04:14:42 PM »
thanks Rush,

but i have Audio Override : ON / Internal MIC set.
i see no signal on the VU, not even when recording.

if i turn the Audio Override OFF i can see VU working but only when recording.

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Nightly Builds / Re: 600D Audio TEST release - 2.3 based
« on: May 30, 2013, 01:42:47 PM »
i only can see the VU meter working when im recording. standby = no VU.

am i missing a setting/combination in the ML menu?

thank you.

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Feature Requests / 600D : Shortcut questions
« on: February 26, 2013, 06:08:34 AM »
please developers,

would it be possible to use the Flash button to access the (ISO/WB..) shortcuts in a "momentary fashion" eventually? the DISP on the right-top is not really comfortable, imo.

iirc some earlier builds had that shortcut access momentary instead of toggle, and that combined with a left hand "trigger" was very comfortable on the 550D for me. now im ready to buy a 600D, but this makes me hesitate a bit..

( i mean all this in Video Mode, where the Flash has no function. )


thank you.

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these 2 were shot w/ML, 550D:



i shot this approx. a week before i discovered ML.. :


thanks for watching

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General Chat / Re: Encoding for YouTube: How to Get the Best Results
« on: August 21, 2012, 06:11:32 PM »
that A/V sync happens with Vegas renders too. i thought manually compensating the audio would help, but it seems 2-3 frames compensation is still not OK. the sync just seems to be random to me (im very picky to the timing of cuts, im mostly into music videos)

it even depends on where i start the video playback from. (on YouTube)

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General Chat / Re: Encoding for YouTube: How to Get the Best Results
« on: August 20, 2012, 03:14:38 PM »
i render to SONY AVC at High profile, 20Mbps - i use Vegas. i always loose serious amount of shadow details, and such. (after uploading)

Vegas plays/codes the same footage differently than AfterEffects. in AE its already darker, more saturated in some ways (especially the greens)  :(

Canon footage seems to be .601 - at least Cineform corrects it when converting.
i thought a proper .709 footage gonna be ok on YouTube - but i was wrong. NEX5n footage is darker too.

i wish i could have the very same uploaded to these video sites.

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General Chat / Re: Encoding for YouTube: How to Get the Best Results
« on: August 20, 2012, 01:17:01 PM »
you ever experienced your videos being "darker" after uploading to YouTube and Vimeo?

its killing me and i cant find any solution to that problem so far

( https://getsatisfaction.com/youtube/topics/why_do_all_yt_submitted_videos_turn_out_much_darker )

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