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Hello all,

I'm still a noob at MLVApp. I usually just export DNG and edit in AFX. Is it possible to export to Prores RAW from MLVApp?

I'm interested in using the full sensor on both cameras to record. I would like to see the difference between aliasing. If you can do one at your lens's sharpest aperture that would be awesome.

If you could:
  • On the 5D2, shoot at 1856x1248 in 10bit 23.976fps. That should use the full sensor as far as ML could use it
  • Compare that to the 5D3, shoot at 1920x1280 in 10bit. I would like to see if the anti-aliasing and small push of extra resolution makes it better.

Raw Video / Re: How to check if a .DNG is really raw data
« on: June 02, 2020, 11:17:07 PM »
Just open it in Adobe camera Raw (maybe phortoshop, lightroom, or after effects) and try to color grade it. Push the highlights all the way down and shadows all the way up. A real RAW image would still hold up. An 8bit image would turn grey

General Chat / Re: Insane video super-resolution research
« on: June 02, 2020, 08:09:09 PM »
This is way beyond amazing. I wonder if this could be used in astronomy

Raw Video / Re: DragonFrame with 5d markII
« on: May 26, 2020, 04:13:26 PM »
No, only HDMI output has higher resolution. USB output is limited, AFAIK.

I don't think so. On sparkocam via usb, I can get a 1080p image out of my 5D2. Not sure if it is just upscaled or not but it doesnt look like it. It just looks compressed though

Raw Video / Re: 5D mk iii RAW record to SD card vs 70D
« on: May 23, 2020, 01:01:31 PM »
Where I live, a Sandisk Extreme CF card is exactly 4x price of a Sandisk Extreme SD for the same size.

I use Komputerbay 1066x CF cards. They are way cheaper than Sandisk. Don't get anything other than 1066x. You can find them on amazon and ebay for a lot cheaper

General Help Q&A / Re: New to Videography and ML (canon 600d)
« on: May 23, 2020, 12:41:16 PM »
I wish you would have gotten an EOS M. You'll only get about 4 seconds of 1080p on a 600d if you shoot in 10bit.

The nightly Raw build on the main Magic Lantern page should be good enough for you though!

General Help Q&A / Re: Help: 5D3 1080p48
« on: May 23, 2020, 12:31:45 PM »
Have you tried shooting in 10bit? Change to fps override and put it at 48fps

This raw calculator says you'll only get about 9fps shooting 48p anyway at 1080p in 10bit:

There's also this if you're complete noob

Share Your Videos / Re: 5D3 RAW | Travel video
« on: May 21, 2020, 12:02:09 PM »
Wow this was amazing! How did I miss this? I wish that I could visit that waterfall one day!

Was it heavy hiking with that setup? Did you run out of card space?

General Chat / Re: Getting more out of Focus :-)
« on: May 21, 2020, 11:59:38 AM »
Will def give this a watch!

Impressive as always Zeek. Perfect sharpness.

Was this 100% MLVAPP?

So far I've tested the new updated After Effects 17.1 in the process of converting DNG's to H.264!!! Since I have two 1080ti's in my build I HAD to try it. I've got some exciting news!

It's STILL painfully slow... maybe even slower than before. Back to Resolve I go!

EDIT: I take that back. I rendered a 19 second clip in After effects and it took 5 minutes. I then rendered that same clip in Adobe Media Encoder and it took 1 minute. That is significantly faster! I think I should probably do a super detailed test.

It's been working great.

For the lazy people, ZEEK made a whole youtube video and download for those presets. It's actually super helpful:

General Help Q&A / Re: Why I can´t increase resolution
« on: May 12, 2020, 03:05:56 AM »
1856px wide on the 5DMKII is a 1.01x crop of the full width of the sensor. TECHNICALLY not full width


I've actually have always been curious about that too. I always wondered why the number was 1856 instead of 1872 (for the full width of 5616px/3). I looked around in the forums for that but I could never find it. I never really cared enough though.

General Help Q&A / Re: Is MLV using the full width of the sensor?
« on: May 09, 2020, 10:49:29 PM »
It's getting the full horizontal width (and height). I think it divides the sensor by three with the 3x3 binning.

5760 total horizontal pixels/3 =1920
3840 total vertical pixels/3 = 1280

And why not just use canon's 24p? You wouldn't ever have to worry about that. Use the RAW calculator to learn what you can record continuously. I would stick to 10bit honestly.

Raw calculator =

No I mean like an audio spike for your recorder to hear. Like when you focus lock and the camera makes a BEEP. That way, you will know the first frame goes here.

Then for shot 2 there can be two audio spikes

Then shot 3 there can be 3 audio spikes

Does the 50D have a beeper noise? Like the AF beep sound?

One way to possibly sync footage is to have a beep (or series of beeps depending on shot number) that start at frame 1 of the RAW footage. Now I'm not sure how easily that would be to implement, but that would at least give a starting point to sync footage more easily.

Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 7D Mark I
« on: May 07, 2020, 11:42:31 PM »
So the data on this page is incorrect?

Use the calculator that Walter sent you. It will answer all of your questions

Please, what do you think of the ninja?
Advise me, buy one because I own 5D iv and the magic lantern isn’t working on it
Or  buy a used 5D III that works with the magic lantern
Please help me make the appropriate decision

If you buy a 5D3 then you will have two cameras. And with the 5D3 you can shoot RAW internally. Way better than one camera with a ninja to me.

BUT!!!! The 5D4 has dual pixel autofocus. If you like autofocus, stay with the 5D4 and just get a Ninja V. The 5D3 can't autofocus video.

Raw Video / Re: 5D III CF Card Requirements
« on: May 02, 2020, 12:37:19 AM »
You shouldn't need to write 14bit to any card anyway. 12bit has almost entirely the exact same dynamic range as 14bit. 10bit is the most useful in all cases though (especially when you have a somewhat properly exposed image).

Just shoot in 10bit and you'll still fall in love.

Wait what it's working with older cameras? Lemme try with my 5D2 and t3i real quick hold on

General Chat / Re: Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera
« on: May 01, 2020, 04:31:12 PM »
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL I have to buy this thing asap!

I apologize if the place is wrong for the question
Is there a video comparison between atomos ninja and magiclantern?

No I don't think so. We all would love to see that test if you are ever interested in doing something like that!

Yeah. Us guys over here have to stick to random stream/screen recording solutions or Sparkocam... These cameras are too new for me lol

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