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Yup, it does work that way. But why does global draw affect the exposure controls?

Since today I am not able to manually change the exposure using any of the aperture, shutter and ISO settings during raw recording. I was using the latest experimental 10/12bit build from the experiments downloads page. Then I fall back to the latest nightly to see if this was the issue. Still the same problem. When not recording raw, I am able to change everything.
Anyone faced this before or has any suggestion/solution?

Post-processing Workflow / Re: how to export to prores (windows ae cs6)
« on: August 31, 2017, 06:03:27 PM »
You cannot export to prores on a windows machine. You can instead use Cineform or DNxHD.

EDIT: Now that I see you 're using AE there is an unofficial way.

Raw Video / Re: Problem with shooting RAW on Canon 5D MkII
« on: June 29, 2017, 12:17:35 PM »
Seeing your first picture, the message tells you that you have to go to Canon's menu and change Liveview from "Stills" to "Stills + Movie" and then "Movie display". Do that and probably it won't be grayed out anymore.

Feature Requests / Re: Advanced focus stacking in timelapse
« on: June 17, 2017, 01:02:20 PM »
So anyone knows how to use the external source on advanced intervalometer module?? 

Feature Requests / Re: Advanced focus stacking in timelapse
« on: June 12, 2017, 02:33:40 PM »
This was done 5 years ago ;)

Recently it was moved into a module.

Well that's awesome! Didn't know advanced intervalometer had an option for focus ramping. After playing around with it, it does exactly what I want. But is there a way to preview the focus end point? Like in the focus tab when you set the endpoint and LV comes up?

EDIT: Also, I am using a motion slider kit which triggers the shutter of the camera. I can see the external source in advanced intervalometer but I am not sure how it works. For advanced intervalometer to work you need to enable Intervalometer but then I get 2 shutter triggers. One from the ML Intervalometer and the other from the external intervalometer. And the focus ramping takes in account the frames from the ML Intervalometer module to do the ramp. So to my understanding, a solution to this is having the external source option in the main intervalometer (so you set no options for interval) and the "pictures taken" counter start after the first picture is taken to work with the keyframes.

Feature Requests / Advanced focus stacking in timelapse
« on: June 11, 2017, 06:53:30 PM »
Good evening people and ml team,
I was wondering if it's possible to add more options in focus stacking mode to use in a timelapse sequence. For example having focus in foreground and after x number of frames, focus stacking starts and gets to endpoint (background) after y number of frames. So it would be something like a rack focus but in a timelapse.

Great work as usual!
I was inspired of your work and shot a timelapse/hyperlapse video of Lisbon last year. Not that fast moving pace though.
Keep them coming!  :D

General Help Q&A / How ML gets shutter actuations?
« on: February 16, 2016, 12:33:31 AM »
Hello ML users, my question as the title says is how magic lantern gets the shutter actuations of the camera? I have a 600D with 43k clicks. For an unknown reason about 1 and a half week ago the camera died (fried motherboard) so I took it to the service. They replaced the main pcb and now the camera shows 13k clicks. So my guess is that they put a used one but before making a complain (because also wired remote port is not working) I would like to know the clicks are measured. Where is this number stored in?

 Getting the same error with 600d no matter which nightly is installed, when I enable intervalometer the ettr stops working. I don't know what I'm missing. I followed carefully the tutorial on the site  :'(

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