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Hi everyone !

I would like to introduce to you a new plugin project to import, decode and grade Magic Lantern Video .MLV RAW video files directly inside Adobe CC Video applications (Premiere Pro, After Effects and Media Encoder). This project is a work in progress, it is called Influx for Adobe CC.

You can find more information about it here and install the free trial (for now it's a free BETA) from here

It does not import properly MLV files for now (in August 2021 as this post is written) but support for it is planned in the future. To help us bring MLV support into Influx for Adobe CC we need your help by sending us test files in this topic

For now MLV support is not official so it is going to be enabled for free in all our releases until our support for Magic Lantern Video becomes official. Each release we make with free  BETA test of MLV support will allow for decoding MLV for 6 months after the date of the release. Date after which you'll need to update Influx for Adobe CC, either with a new update pushing the new date by 6 months or it will support MLV and you will need a license.

We will offer free licenses for Influx (for MLV and all others codecs) for those who help us find bugs and fix issues in Influx for Adobe CC. Influx is able to decode others codecs directly inside Adobe CC without re encoding. We are aware that MediaReactor in some conditions can also help you import .MLV files into Premiere Pro, but we still think Influx for Adobe CC could be useful for some of us shooting MLV with their Canon / Magic Lantern setup and editing with Adobe CC. I personally dislike to have to convert the MLV files for import into After Effects.

What I just said also applies to CinemaDNG .DNG files (all .DNG files and those produced by Blackmagic Design) : it is in BETA for now, for 6 months after each release, we need more file samples and tests, it will be officially supported only later after your help.

For now, no Source Settings for CinemaDNG and MLV are planned, it will only import the raw footage as is inside Premiere and After without any color grading. Although if demand for it is strong it could be a possibility for later (a Source Settings just like our other plugin BRAW Studio Blackmagic RAW import for Adobe CC Premiere Pro and After Effects).

So, if you're interested, if you have request, ideas for features, files samples for us to test, workfow linked to Adobe to tell us about, we're here to listen and discuss ! Thanks

Hi everyone !

For a software development linked to Magic Lantern Video Files .MLV we need some test files of .MLV in various cameras and bit depths, with and without audio. 20 seconds in various framerates, shooting something that is detailed enough. If you could write the specs you have and read the forum to try to shoot something different than the previous poster it would be even better

I don't have access to my Canon 5D III anymore and even if I get it back I will only be able to produce samples for that specific model, so that's why I need external help from you. Your help would be greatly appreciated, and of course you would know more about this software project once it is released !


Hi !

Here's my latest project having fun with the new April crop mode, shooting in 3 different locations in France :
Mayu Puma - Dragonfly (ML RAW 4K - AfterCodecs 8K)


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