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Maybe that's how you feel, but in reality it is possible to get really good, flicker free results even with the exposure changing constantly (thanks to Maths). Why don't you actually try it? Use the deflick module or the script I wrote. Once you have actually tried it, then post back if you still have issues (include sample footage!)

Ran into my second issue.  There is no option for sidecar (XMP) files when using silent mode.  Any suggestions?


Please forgive me if this question has been answered before.  I have read the thread and am still curious:

I am using Magic Lantern with Auto ETTR and the intervalometer to make a "bulb ramped" timelapse.  I have enabled everything as per the tutorial on the first page, and am still faced with a dilemma.  My ETTR is not settling correctly.  The EV is somewhere in the -5 to -6 range, and changes with every frame.  With the EV changing constantly, I feel like it's going to be impossible to get a smooth, flicker free video.

Can anyone help me troubleshoot?

Thank you!

Modules Development / Re: Full-resolution silent pictures
« on: July 27, 2014, 06:03:50 AM »
Wondering if someone could post a link to the compiled module and core.  I'm on a 5D2.

Many thanks!

Duplicate Questions / Silent Mode / latest Nightly Build 5D2
« on: July 27, 2014, 02:21:15 AM »
Hello all,

Please forgive me if this post seems uneducated.  I have been reading posts for about an hour and am still having trouble.

I installed the latest nightly build, "magiclantern-Nightly.2014Jul25.5D2212" on my 5D2.  I am looking for "Silent Mode" under the shoot menu, but I cannot find it.

Can anyone help me access it?

Furthermore, I am looking to test full-resolution silent pictures, but I do not know how to compile.  I was wondering if this feature is available in this nightly build.  If not, I am looking for a complied version of the fullres-silent-pics branch.

Thank you so much for helping out a noob,

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