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:( Nobody had the same problem?

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Sorry, because this thread is quite old, but: i still can't use LR deflicker plugin, and i just get that message:

Unsupported PPM format -> Expected a binary RGB (P6)

LR CC 2015
CR2 files from a 7Dmk2

Any help, please?
edit: i'm using the plugin version of the previous post, from the release page.

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Post-processing Workflow / Re: .M00/M01/.MRX Files
« on: May 17, 2017, 09:39:15 AM »
thanks a lot!

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Post-processing Workflow / Re: .M00/M01/.MRX Files
« on: May 16, 2017, 08:41:38 AM »
Hi all!
I spent yesterday's session shooting MLV. I recorded some long videos, and ML generated some of those .MLV+M00 files, >4,28Gb sized. (For instance: M15-2007.MLV (4,28Gb) + M15-2007.M00 (1,24Gb)). That's right, BUT:i have other files, this kind:




Where main file is just about 130Mb, and the rest of .M0X files are just 52 Bytes.

I think i lost some long recordings here, but can't understand the reason why. Any idea?

Using Nightly.2017Feb12.7D203

Thanks!

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Raw Video / Re: 14 bits mlv video 1FPS ?
« on: March 27, 2017, 09:09:53 PM »
thanks Walter! As always.... i asked the question first, then i found the solution :D I discovered that mode just navigatin over the menues and modules, and made some experimentation this afternoon. I discovered too that all pictures (FRSM) were f=1 1s. So now i'm studying Silent Mode more deeply. I think this are  AWESOME news, because i'm looking for a new camera with electronic shutter, and know (maybe) i dont need it :D

Very excited with this module and its potential!

I have some issues:

config:
intervalometer: ON (4s)
silent mode: FRSL, dng
some parameters (f5.6, s1/400...)

results:
all pics f1. 1sec exposure, absolutely over exposed.

the good news:
it takes a FRSL pic every 4 seconds without problem
it saves them in new folder
i can see them with pic viewer

the bad new:
Didnt find the way to stop it :( Had to power off...


A world to discover :)




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Raw Video / 14 bits mlv video 1FPS ?
« on: March 27, 2017, 03:36:50 PM »
Hi! I have not found info about this: would it be possible to record mlv at 1 or 2 FPS ? I think it would be interesting in order to shot timelapse without using the mirror ( 7D) , as a 'false' electronic shooter? Maybe im crazy, but it would be marvellous...


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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 7D Mark I
« on: February 27, 2017, 12:30:24 PM »
@Walter i have some news :)

This morning a was able to record sound! Of course i can with CANON's firmware, so i remembered that resampling bitrate to 23,9xx is causing soundoff, even when it's supossed to be on. (my fault...)

I did some other tests, with both kind of video tools: I thought that each of the video types had a different format (RAW & MLV) but I only got MLV files.


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Status "experimental". You can use Reddeercity's repository at own risk: https://bitbucket.org/reddeercity/magic-lantern_10-12bit/downloads/
Thread about 10/12-bit: http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=5601.msg180056#msg180056

Maybe i read a bit more, before asuming that risk, but if it increases cropped video length letting me play a bit with dng files it could be really GOOD!

Thanks again for your kind support Walter! :)

Javi

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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 7D Mark I
« on: February 26, 2017, 08:56:32 PM »
Regarding sonund recording: i've never been able to record any sound!
With an older Nightly build version, i read a tutorial where set sound off were recommended -maybe to optimize recording mb/s rates while recording, or something... and now, that i use the last Nightly Build available, maybe i have to re-read all info available, and practice more settings combos... but, for instance: yesterday i made some recordings, in MLV, 2240x1120px, and using MLVFS i see one of them says 'sound: YES' but it's not true...

I started using RAW video about 6 months ago, using raw_rec.mo (Magic Lantern Nightly.2016Jul09.7D203), and using the CF card i mentioned (Sandisk extreme pro 160MB/S UDMA7 32Gb) i realised i can record about 20 seconds MAX, without sound, in maximun resolution aparently available (about 1120 pix vertical res. max), and 23,9xx fps.

I installed Magic Lantern Nightly.2017Feb12.7D203 a few days ago, and started trying different video settings, with raw_rec and mlv_rec, mlv_lite... I realised i can record continous raw video in normal -no-croppped- mode, but in cropped mode, y can record about 20 seconds maximun at -theoretically- maximun resolution (2240x1120), but allways without sound, even when i can see 'sound:yes' in MLVFS. :/

It's being VERY interesting this 'new world', my 'old' 7D has a new life, and it's being very useful for me taking wildlife scenes as i do :)

Sorry about my english, and sorry if i'm not clear enough explaining all the facts :D

Thanks for your answer, @Walter.

Regarding 'bit depth', i have rad something about 10-12-14bits raw video, but i cant see 'where' these settings are in ML :/


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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 7D Mark I
« on: February 26, 2017, 09:15:38 AM »
A few questions!
First of all, thank you very much, you developers, for this great work. My 7D is very happy too with ML 'new life' :)
I've tried to read all posts here and related with raw video, etc, but i still have some questions:

I use last stable ML firmware, but these doubts are regarding older versions too:
1) It's definitively impossible to record audio while recording video?
2) I can record continuously without anyproblem (Sandisk extreme pro 160MB/S UDMA7 32Gb) but not in crop mode, where it's allways cut about 20 seconds maximun length.
3) Quite frequently, frame 197-198 is corrupted with magent artifacts

I have tried lots of config, allways trying to get de biggest resolution possible, and now i'm recording fine at 2240x1120, both RAW video and MLV video.
Sorry if my questions are answered in same other topic :/ It's a very HUGE (and INTERESTING) forum! Thanks!


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