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Camera-specific discussion / Re: ML on EOS-M2
« on: July 18, 2019, 06:17:19 PM »
Unpack, select maps for your camera, drop them on MLVApp, reload your clip and activate focus pixel fix. https://github.com/ilia3101/MLV-App/wiki#fix-focus-dots

Many thanks guy I will give this a shot when I get home. Hopefully there is some matching resolutions. I usually use mv1080 rewire and 16:9 or 2.35:1 and lower than usual resolution since I have a frigging Sandisk Extreme but not Extreme Pro (I think I max out around 38-40MBs).

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Camera-specific discussion / Re: ML on EOS-M2
« on: July 18, 2019, 03:08:28 PM »
After installing manually dfort's latest focus pixel maps to MLVApp, I can remove the focus dots from ZEEK's clips (with the same "success" like with other cams -> on some details it looks worse than without fix, depending on chosen method). Important is, that the maps are installed. Otherwise I get vertical stripes and don't know why. ;)
Edit: stripes fixed.

Sorry for the newb'ness but being a fledgling in the world of RAW video on my EOS-M I was hoping to get some help with all this. Short of reading through about 1200 posts from the beginning I'm hoping to fast track it a bit and skip a lot of the unnecessary developer chat. I have seen focus pixels first hand and know that in MLVapp (1.7) I can just turn on 3x3 chroma smoothing and get rid of them (I suspect at the cost of overall image quality reduction. After a bit of reading I see there is a more concise way of getting rid of them with pixel maps. I've seen the zip download for the pixel maps. Exactly how do I utilize them in MLVapp?  Another thing I notice is my footage versus others and theirs specifically low light which is apparently shot between 100-800 and there is noise free (apparently without noise reduction in post). I shot a living room scene at ISO 800 and at ISO100.. it starts off bright near a window and pans to a darker area in the kitchen.  On both shots there is chroma noise in the shadows. Maybe its a shot that would be hard to get in one continous shot where its full sunlight over into a darkened area, I always thought ISO 100 should be fairly noise free in shadows but not so much. (I was shooting ETTR of about .1-.8 on each of these)

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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon EOS M
« on: June 12, 2019, 07:58:01 PM »
when you plug in an external monitor, the touch screen stops working, therefore, there is no way to navigate ml menu when external monitor is attached.  Same problem if you're using a screen loupe viewfinder on the eosm screen, u have to remove the loupe to navigate, pain in the butt...

Just wondering if this has every been addressed. I want to be able to change shutter speed and possibly aperture in ML menus (so I can see my changes real-time). I want to buy a viewfinder LCD magnifier as I find it impossible to shoot in direct sun.

(ie:MagiDeal 2.8X 3.0'' LCD Screen Viewfinder Magnifier V6)

I was hoping to be able to access ML without popping off the hood everytime.

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