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Wow! This night video was really nice. Awesome how much detail one can get thanks of raw. I'm curious to see how the Canon DSLR with ML will perform compared to the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera ...

Thanks Rush. It's the same card I've just bought I think.
And the same I'm going to buy soon. SanDisk SDHC Card Extreme Pro 32GB, right?

It has an average write speed of 60 MByte/s and a maximal write speed of 79 Mbyte/s. Well, I guess the 600D won't let us use this speed ...  :(

I just tested on my 600d and I'm getting continuous shooting at 720x480 on a very under-performing SD card
Good to hear that! Thanks for sharing your results.

But now I'm a little bit confused. How did you record in 720 X 480? I've just downloaded the newest Nightly Build and the new "[600D] Auto" folder and put it all on my SD card, like usual.

But when I hit "load modules" inside the Magic Lantern menu, lv_rec and raw_rec both load but I can only access lv_rec. I have no idea how to set up raw_rec and how to start the recording with that ...

So how did you access it? Am I using the wrong version or something?

Damn! You are really awesome! Honestly, you made Magic Lantern by far the best thing that one can download from the internet!

I mean it, THANKS! 

I'm still very excited and even if the EOS 600D won't be able to handle continuous shooting it's still stunning to see what some of these tiny DSLR can do.

(And it's sad that Canon does not implement these cool things like RAW video from the beginning although it would be possible :( )

I also would like to help you a little bit with the comparison videos. I'll see what I can do ...

And I know that's the wrong thread, but do you plan to create a new matrix mode for the silent pictures? So that one can get RAW silent pictures with really high resolutions? That would be fantastic for time lapses.

greetings from Germany :)

I can't say CPU doesn't matter... running those benchmarks with new peaking enabled absolutely kills memcpy.
I can confirm this. I've just tried the card benchmark with Global Draw on (All features enabled) and off like you suggested, a1ex. And with GD I've got about 1/3 of the writing speed that I've got without GD. At the end my 600D actually overheated!  :(

I hope that helps you a little bit, because I'd really like to see how much DNG frames you'll get out of our cameras in the future.

May I ask if you have already found a way to edit the LV_Rec images? I know that things like this need time and I don't want to push you. I am just curious. And I'm still very excited about this feature. Are you more pessimistic or optimistic regarding the development?

I apologize if I'm bothering you. Just don't answer if you don't want to :)

Anyway, thanks a lot for what you've already done. I really appreciate your work! ML is fantastic  :D

Also I would like to help you, but since I'm only familiar with Java, I guess there's no way I can help you apart from testing?

Modules Development / Re: 14bit RAW DNG silent pics!
« on: May 07, 2013, 01:30:16 PM »
I don't think anything changed with 600D in regards to formatting.
Well, but something did change  ;)

If you format your SD-card inside the 600D and chose to 'keep ML', your 'MODULES' folder will disapear. So if you try to load the modules after that you'll get an error ...

I would definitely call that a change "in regards to formatting"  ;D

duncanidaho25: LV_REC is a module to record RAW and YUV video but it's still far away from being perfect and I think it is not yet available for 5DII?

Modules Development / Re: 14bit RAW DNG silent pics!
« on: May 06, 2013, 08:13:53 PM »
Yeah but it looks stretched because of the line skipping. But if that is normal I don't care. I just wanted to make sure my 600D is okay.

I'll try the latest build and see if that helps. Thank you guys  :)

Modules Development / Re: 14bit RAW DNG silent pics!
« on: May 06, 2013, 07:36:10 PM »
I have to check on the zoom frames, post an example.
Sorry for the late reply. Here's an example as well as two normal images. I hope that helps you:

- ML DNG with zoom
- ML DNG without zoom
- Normal CR2

All images were taken with the same settings in 'M' mode. I've used yesterday's nightly build. I took about 200 frames, but all of them had that strange color cast. So I'm quite sure that they aren't just corupted.

I've changed a lot of settings but I haven't found any option that may cause this. But nobody else has that problem, right? So I guess I'm doing something wrong. Any idea what I could try to get rid of that ... purpleness?  :D

Btw. the 720p DNGs look stretched, but this is normal, isn't it? Or is anything wrong with my camera?

Modules Development / Re: 14bit RAW DNG silent pics!
« on: May 04, 2013, 02:44:47 PM »
Thank you Rush! I didn't know that it is possible to renable the 3-10x zoom inside the ML menu.

But it seems like it doesn't affect the resolution or amount of frames. I get 25 frames with a resolution of 1804 X 1020.

But what's with my problem with the purple frames in 5x and 10x zoom (The focus assist zooms)? Is that normal? Do all 600D users have that? Or am I just doing something wrong? I get 19 frames with 2520 X 1148 in both modes but like I said, they are purple ... Which is sad because that high resolution might be very usefull  :(

@ Andy600: I'm glad that helped you :D

Modules Development / Re: 14bit RAW DNG silent pics!
« on: May 04, 2013, 01:35:48 PM »
a) Where exactly is the sRAW setting in ML? I have the latest nightly installed and went through every option but cannot find it.
b) Do you use the silent picture workflow in continuous setting to shoot raw? I tried and it only records 422 files, no dngs.
I've already told you: To record DNG on the EOS 600D you have to put these files onto your SD card: [600d] ;)

Then you'll get DNG files and the option for SRAW. The nightly build itself isn't enough.

I'm getting 16 frames 1080p and 26 frames at 720p with FPS override at 24fps.

Then you're doing something wrong ... Like I said, on my 600D I've got 37 frames with a resolution of 1740 X 692 (In 720p) and 22 frames with a resolution of 1740 X 1154 (In 1080p).

Make sure you set the "Pic Quality" inside the ML menu to "SRAW". After that switch the mode with the ontop dial or reboot your camera. Then you should get as many frames as I. (Be carefull, "MRAW" seems to reduce the amount of frames ...)

BTW. ML developers, could you please renable the 3-10x digital zoom on the 600D? I know, it's my fault that you disabled it, but I'm curious which resolution I get with more than 3x zoom ... :D

But I agree with you that the Picture Style doesn't affect the DNG images. But in 5x or 10x zoom mode (Not that one you've disabled, but the normal one) my images are completly purple !? That's no white balance issue, or at least I can't fix it with Lightroom 4. So on my 600D the zoom modes are pretty pointless. I wonder if this is normal?  :(

Edit: And again, I really want to thank you for all these stunning features you've given to us! I love ML!

Modules Development / Re: 14bit RAW DNG silent pics!
« on: May 03, 2013, 10:29:35 PM »
I downloaded the nightly build and will test the feature on my 600d in the weekend. I briefly tried it yesterday night but the camera recorded 422 files in burst mode. However, one user here mentioned the 600d so I was wondering how to set it up (which settings to choose) to get the raw recording going.
At first you need to put the files from this link onto your SD Card:

Just replace your current "AUTOEXEC.bin" with that new one, and drag & drop the "MODULES" folder into your ML folder. And rename your "scripts" folder to "SCRIPTS".

Than you can either use the silent pictures to record "RAW video" or the new module - but that crashes all the time on my 600D ...

For the silent pictures, I've got the best results in 720p 60 fps mode with "FPS override" set to 10, 24 or 30 fps and the picture size set to "sRAW" inside the ML menu.

I'm able to get 37 frames in 1740 X 692 and 22 frames in 1740 X 1154 ... Not that much (~ 1s footage), but the image quality is just AMAZING! Way better than H.264.

So, thank you guys! You are amazing! I'm really looking forward to your next progress :)

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