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plz help can't fix it! i've tried the solution in this post and nothing, care to help?

Raw Video Postprocessing / Re: The CinemaDNG Discussion (raw2cdng)
« on: July 25, 2014, 05:30:21 AM »

Raw Video Postprocessing / Re: The CinemaDNG Discussion (raw2cdng)
« on: July 23, 2014, 05:53:17 PM »
chmee what happened to the development of this program? not a single update in two months? bummer.

Yes, sorry it's taken so but it's a big update. The new colorspace has been through a lot of beta testing and it will also be supported (soon) in FilmConvert Pro.

Look luts are very hit and miss if the source colourspace isn't fully known (i.e. BMD Film). We've finalized Cinelog-C for Magic Lantern raw footage and will be adding input transforms for other cameras and colorspaces over the next few weeks. The new website features should go live this week but you will get the Cinelog-C update pack including the first 10 new look luts by email today or tomorrow at the latest :)

Cinelog-C is a wide gamut log space and you can revert ProRes/DNxHD/MXF 444 Cinelog-C encoded video to debayered linear RGB (as hdr .exr files) which means it's great for VFX work. This is visually indistinguishable from your Resolve debayered and white balanced raw footage. The new luts are very high res 65x65x65 3D (for color) and 12bit 1D shapers (for gamma) to minimize the risk of banding (TBH we haven't seen any banding ;) ) and we provide several output gammas including sRGB, REC709, Film Contrast, and a new ITU-R BT.1886 (2.4 gamma) that is used by a lot of facilities for TV deliverables.

We haven't tried it with VisionColor's new Impulz film luts but they should work nicely together. I need to buy the set to test and we will provide a conversion if needed.

I haven't recieved a single mail regarding the new Cinelog-C  :( care to check? i'd love to star using it.

Raw Video Postprocessing / Re: Premiere pro 8.0 native support?
« on: June 19, 2014, 11:31:59 AM »
It's a shame there's no mlv native support but at least we have better 16 bit cdng support and handling, i hope at least resolve 11 comes with mlv native support.

Raw Video Postprocessing / Premiere pro 8.0 native support?
« on: June 19, 2014, 06:26:55 AM »
has anyone tested if the new premiere pro 8.0 has some sort of ML raw native support?

for people that have more than 500 files and cannot use same levels, i'd recommend using exiftoolGUI, way easier and fast.

Share Your Videos / Re: Vancouver in Motion
« on: May 27, 2014, 01:00:43 AM »
can you share your hyperlapse post workflow?

General Help Q&A / Re: Chroma Smoothing
« on: May 26, 2014, 06:46:36 AM »
got it perfectly, thx

Ordered a 1066x 256GB today as well, Will try that one out when it arrives.

would be nice to have a directo comparision between 1066x and 1200x speed.

how are the Log-C luts cooking? btw, are they gonna be for resolve or acr or both of them?

Raw Video Postprocessing / Re: New RAWMagic is out!!!
« on: May 14, 2014, 07:25:27 AM »
i will buy it as soon as it gets dual iso raw video support, that would give it the edge against other solutions.


is there a way of having mirror enabled and have ml stuff in the mark iii screen while having a video feed to an external monitor?

Could we get dual-iso black level fix for next update?

Can we get dual-iso black level fix update? So we won't get any flickering issues.

Raw Video Postprocessing / Re: The CinemaDNG Discussion (raw2cdng)
« on: May 08, 2014, 06:26:08 AM »
Just shot 376gb in dual-iso mode, ready to test new beta.


We are finalizing the new release called Cinelog-C. It's taking some time to achieve but we can now map with good accuracy, any raw DNG to any colorspace including Adobe, Sony SGamut + Cine, Wide Gamut, SMPTE-C etc and/or gamma (S-Log, S-Log2, AlexaV3Log-C, Rec709, ACES, Linear). For instance, we just mapped the Sony FS700/Odyssey 4K combination for a customer who wanted to transcode his raw CinemaDNGs to AlexaV3Log-C Wide gamut RGB ProRes444 as the stock sony/slog luts were pretty useless. He now has Sony footage that looks and behaves more or less like Log-C ProRes from the Alexa. The Alexa color separation is there. Your 60D will be able to do this too within limits ;) This may seem like a lot of jargon but it is actually a very powerful set of tools and to the best of my knowledge is the only LUT set that can do a reversible transform from/to Rec709/BMD Film. Essentially, we can take footage shot on your 60D and make it look like it was shot on a Sony, BMD, Alexa etc but obviously within the limits of your cameras sensor and DR.

When?  :o

how where you holding the camera inside the car? nice vid btw haha liked lighting setup

Hardware and Accessories / Re: Komputerbay 1066x series just released
« on: April 29, 2014, 03:53:18 AM »
256GB 1200x is stable for mlv full hd with sound on my mk III... thats 47 minutes of raw on one card =)

can you make a benchmark test with the 1200x like kbsupport suggested?

@a1ex tried it last days the first time, and was a little bit scared of the first converting run. putting here, doin that, getting this.. but in combination with the lr-plugin by kichetof its a nobrainer-oneclick-thing. nobel peace prize 2014 for you and your code and 2015 for kichetof for the one-click-solution. really. now it seems i have to investigate time to code the video-dualISO feature into my converter.

finally! glad to hear this!

Hi Chu,

Cinelog-C - It will be within the next couple of weeks

ACR version - I did send it but I will send it again :)

Did you receive/download the Resolve LUT update last week?

got your mail from today and i did recieved the lut update from last week, thx!


A couple of the videos are using a beta of Cinelog-C (no color) which is part of our new, simple recipe system for applying color depending on the final look you are aiming for. The Cinelog-C input LUTs go from no color, flat for maximum flexibility, Photometric for ENG/Documentary work and a new, Alexa inspired Film Matrix for use of Print Film Emulation LUTs (Kodak, Fuji etc). All the new LUTS are center weighted, Log-C compatible. Using different combinations of input and output LUTs will achieve very different looks. This will be a free update :)

when can we expect the final release of the Log-C combo?

also you told me you were gonna send me the acr version of cinelog, since i bought cinelog for resolve in the first 24 hrs, still waiting.  ::)


-5D II
-Davinci Resolve
-Cinelog Luts
-Premiere Pro CC

Any questions feel free to ask. Was a bit of a rushed shoot with minimal lighting, locations weren't great either but hey!

what settings did you use in filmconvert in order to adapt to cinelog?


I want to continue it, for now I don't have the time really... maybe I can add the update for Dual Iso which is really easy and takes 0 time... but it'll be nice really to have access to Cinema DNG's, because that's the way to go!

Plz plz dual iso update.   :D

Yes, no problem :). What is your camera model?

btw, I suggest removing your email address from your post or the spambots will get it ;)

thanks i'll take that for consideration in future posts, 5d mark iii.


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