This won't fix the AF points or help me with other MLV-specific raw fixes though. It's not really a full solution. The only app with the proper raw controls is MLV app. That's where Cuda needs to be added (along other optimizations, let's not put all the blame to the lack of GPU support).
And why don't you use these cameras if they work so fine?
Because I also own an EOS M camera, so I'd like to use it too.
The only Blackmagic cameras you can really compare to ML record cDNG. This footage brings exactly the same speed using exactly the same applications (e.g. Resolve). BRAW is partially preprocessed and works differently.
I also own the original BMPCC, so I have worked with CDNG too. It's miles faster than MLV.
But I'll stop now to answer and to explain, because it seems you still have nothing read I wrote, still have nothing understood I wrote, but you're still rumbling.
No, I'm not. I have provided the information needed to get to the bottom of this. I simply reported that is slow to decode and export. I provided my setup. Instead, your replies have been "mlv is very fast, you're an idiot", only to change the tune later to "mlv is not as fast as in other raw pro cameras, you're rambling". You're the one who does not offer a lucid reply or solution. You're just angry that I badmouthed your beloved MLV App. That's all there is to it. Blind loyalism. Well, I'm not loyal to any app or camera.
And no, I don't accept replies to the type of "this is just open source". ML is an 8 year old project by now. Some form of software maturity should have been evident by now. Also: I've been using Linux since 1999. So I'm not some newbie who doesn't understand OSS. But I'm also --again-- not a loyalist to anyone. I'm a realist, and a very practical person. If something doesn't work adequately, I'm not going to give it props just for being open source. That's NOT a feature in my opinion. It's a political aspect of it, but not a software feature that makes work get done. I rather pay $50 and have it work better.