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Post-processing Workflow / Re: Vegas Pro - What workflow do people use?
« on: August 27, 2019, 03:56:55 PM »
Ghanks. Just looking for the fastest wirkflow. I tried importing DNGs to Vegas but it crashes every time :(

Newbie here. I don't quite want to jump into the raw workflow quite yet. Just wondering what the technical benefits are to using ML without shooting raw. Specifically, is there a way to improve image quality? What would be the other main benefits? Thanks.

Post-processing Workflow / Vegas Pro - What workflow do people use?
« on: August 27, 2019, 08:09:38 AM »
I have pro 16. What's the best way to convert MLV files to edit there?

Meaning, not just using a portion of the sensor to record HD video. I'm especially curious about newer cameras like the 80D, M6, M100 etc. Is there a spec sheet somewhere that I should be looking for?

5D3 is the only camera in my opinion. Other ones has antialiasing problems.

C100 Mark I hasn't a good image quality and isn't UHD/4k.

5D3 isn't that most pracital camera as mentioned with magic lantern raw. But the image quality when handled right in post is insane.

And shure the 5D3 is cheap compared to cameras that deliver that image but the workflow is not easy as with other cameras that shoot raw. You have to set your workflow up, in Davinci Resolve preferably.

Compare 5D3 raw and C100, for me the 5D3 is the easy winner in image quality. But C100 has a lot of other features.

Thanks for the reply. I keep hearing that you need to do more work in post with a 5D3-ML compared to other top-tier cameras, can you explain how the workflow is not as easy? Thanks.

5D Mark III

If I was to do it all over again I'd just go straight for the 5D3 and load the 1.1.3 firmware on it. I'm not kidding about this choice either, you asked for the cheapest 1080p cameras and the 5D3 is the only ML supported camera that actually shoots 1080p video using the full sensor right out of the box.

However, if you want something really cheap just to try out ML, any of the supported cameras that you can get a good deal on will do. I started with an EOSM and it is still one of my favorite cameras to play around with.
I've been really considering the 5dm3. It's a bit pricey and if I went that route, I wonder what the video quality would be on it compared to, say the C100? I'm just not wanting to spend too much because I feel 4k will soon be necessary.

I have EF lenses, so preferably an aps-c with EF/EF-S mount. I just want to buy a really cheap camera to test out magic lantern, therefore I'd like to know which cameras run ML very stable. Thanks!

Camera-specific Development / Re: ML on EOS-M2
« on: May 29, 2017, 07:12:06 PM »
M2 owner here. All this jargon is way over my head, but I'm thrilled to learn that ML may be available for the M2 soon. Thanks for your efforts!

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