On the other side, the battery grip keep the camera colder and less error on long operation (time lapse, etc). I use on T2 or 550D.
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Quote from: AWPStar on November 14, 2015, 07:41:21 PM
i'm working on dual-iso.
Quote from: Keilani on December 07, 2014, 08:25:41 AM
I am so frustrated in getting my raw files to transfer to dng ones its been literally days of searching and constant failure.
I'm running OSX 10.6.8 SnowLeopard
I've tried terminal, couldn't find raw to dng converters
and just basically fed up I need help if anyone is able to help me out.
Quote from: dmilligan on April 08, 2014, 10:56:06 PMThat's right.
Basically just adjust the levels until you are pleased with the result....
Quote from: SoulChildPaul on April 08, 2014, 01:33:27 PM
On Windows 7 new 1.1.4 update only shows a black screen although audio can be heard. Checked same files on older version are viewable
Quote from: rainless on April 07, 2014, 11:49:37 AM
I plan on talking about both Adobe Products and DaVinci resolve. Mind you I'm not, technically speaking, a "colorist"... I'm a post production engineer and director and DOC with a lot of experience with color grading. But I'm sure some actually colorists will chime in with points that I've missed. ....
Don't know when I'll have the time to get started with this since I'm right in the middle of filming a Kickstarter campaign...
Stay tuned! And thanks for the support.
Quote from: PaulC on March 25, 2014, 06:22:53 PM
Basically I'm looking to get a new PC for video editing. I'll mainly be editing 1080p footage from my 60D, with a view to editing higher resolutions in the future (not necessary at this point in time, though).
I'm looking for something around £1000-1200 ($1500-1800). Either buying a ready-made system or building my own.
What advice would you give in terms of CPU, GPU, RAM, hard drives etc?
A better GUI will be the next major improvement. It is already implemented in bitbucket.
But is there some reason why you need a 64bit build for Windows? The program is not so memory hungry that it would benefit much, and performance is mostly depending on your GPU.
Quote from: gary2013 on February 26, 2014, 06:38:41 AM
Whatever it takes to go from MLV to ProRes that gets rid of the pink dots on the EOS-M camera.
Edit- I just looked at mlrawviewer and tried it. it seems to only be a raw/mlv viewer and i cannot get any of the options to work for MLV files, such as brightness, white balance, etc. These options do work on the original ML Raw files. how do you get it to do prores and dng's? i have a feeling it takes some programming since there are no menus or anything except space bar for start and stop playback. I admit I didn't read the whole thread. Just the OP and downloaded the app. Tony's app does most of what I need except the pink dot removal and no raw files (just mlv).