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Use GoProCineFormStudioPC-1.0.1.60.exe instead of the latest version. This one will let you export in 1080p from VirtualDub as well as use the various configurations - they are greyed out in the latest version.

However this version of the studio doesn't allow import of .mov files. VLC can be used for changing the container ex. mov > mp4. Select Media->Convert/Save, select files, Convert->Save, click "Create New Profile" icon, change container, mark keep original video and audio tracks.

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Feature Requests / Re: Digital ND-filter (lower ISO)
« on: September 13, 2012, 05:36:46 PM »
Had the same problems, but found out that the latest version of GoPro studio includes a more restrictive version of the CineForm codec - so you'll have to use the GoProCineFormStudioPC-1.0.1.60.exe version. It will only take mp4 files, however VLC can be used for changing the container from mov to mp4. 

VLC can be used for changing the container ex. mov > mp4. Select Media->Convert/Save, select files, Convert->Save, click "Create New Profile" icon, change container, mark keep original video and audio tracks.

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Thanks for a great video. Nice rig for making ML tutorials you got there... :)

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@ b4rt
Thank you for adding Hardware and Accessories.  :D

@ Malcolm Debono
Do you sync the audio from the Zoom HN4 in post or are you able to get a good signal into the camera directly?

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I know about the VideoMicPro, however now I've got the Tascam DR-40 I'm thinking that I should go for an XLR (pro) solution with Røde NTG-2. Does your Zoom HN4 + Sennheiser G3 solution give you strong enough audio for the camera?

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On HDR I didn't get much further than what I posted on the doom9 forum(fusion2), however I can see that the Interframe Avisynth plugin has been updated a couple of times since then, so maybe there is a much improved way to generate the in between frames.

Some time ago I and some of the more clever Avisynth coders played around with Lut correction and micro-moiré here: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=162797

Completely off topic: I'm struggling with getting decent levels on my audio recordings. Initially I had a Røde Video Mic and bought a Fiio 5 to amplify, but that introduced a lot of noise. Now I've bought a Tascam DR-40, but that still doesn't give a decent audiosignal with the Røde video mic(works fine with the inbuild Tascam mics), so now I'm considering to try with a Røde NTG-2. Do you know anything about this stuff, how to get a decent volume audiosignal recorded on the camera? 

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With an informative post like this I think it would be very useful with a subforum for DSLR equipment(I'm sure that the ML users are the most well informed of the lot):
For budget options Pentax lenses are a far better choice. Very common and cheap. No concessions toward the image quality and fine m42 adapters cost 5 Euro on Ebay. My current favorites are: Pentax takumar super-multi-coated 50mm f1.4 (needs uv light treatment to get rid of the yellow color casts) and the MIR-24H 35mm f2. The MIR is sharp open, the Pentax after stopping down to f2 and both have a very nice bokeh. These cost between 50-100 euro. But if you take a 50mm f1.7. That one is great and a lot cheaper.

Aside for Pentax you can use Nikon, Olympus, Yashica, Tamron Adaptall lenses, Leica and loads of others with their own adapters.
Ricoh, Minolta should be avoided as they have the same problem as Canon FD.

 And maybe also a subforum for ML related software like Malcolm Debono's HDSLR Offloader or the EnfuseGUI.   

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