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Something I did on the 600D yesterday resulted in the camera never buffering out with yuv, got up to 400 or so frames and had to end up doing a batt pull lol. Think it had something to do with frame skip...

With single file YUV, 720p, FPS override on 24p, Large, I'm managing 127 frames on the 600D with the Sandisk 95.

Next step. Figuring out how to look at the damn things. On a Mac, and I'm too slow to get the 422 windows program running on here.


Oh and with the same settings into separate files, looks like 98 frames.

Ours neither, apparently. The day after dude threw them up there, he went to get them back down and someone had already stolen them lol.

Share Your Videos / Promo video we shot for an upcoming author (600D)
« on: April 30, 2013, 12:38:40 AM »

This is a short promo video for an upcoming author from my area, he runs a Christian organization for youth. This book talks about his experiences and his growth into where he's taken his life.

Shot on two 600D's, bitrate maxed out, and either flaat or vision color, don't remember which lol.

Lenses were sigma 30 1.4 and Canon 50 1.8.

General Development / Re: uncompressed YUV422 video recording
« on: April 29, 2013, 01:04:54 AM »
No doubt, keep up the awesome work.

General Development / Re: uncompressed YUV422 video recording
« on: April 28, 2013, 11:12:19 PM »
Still working on your bitrate hack version or has this taken priority? Or shall you be combining them, if possible?

General Development / Re: uncompressed YUV422 video recording
« on: April 28, 2013, 09:13:12 PM »
As in uncompressed video AND 3x zoom? Hmmmm....

Oh and once you record audio through Apogee/RME converters, nothing quite compares  ;)

General Development / Re: uncompressed YUV422 video recording
« on: April 28, 2013, 06:32:27 PM »
Uncompressed video with audio would be ok BUT I'd sacrifice audio to have better video. And besides, you can still do the clapboard trick if absolutely necessary.

Edit: First page!  ;D

Shoot Preparation / Re: Picture style with the most latitude?
« on: April 27, 2013, 03:56:54 AM »
Just bought cinelook/cinetech, I'm interested to see how cinestyle compares to cinetech. If I get a comparison video made I'll post it. Will be on the 600d with the Rokinon 35 cine.

I take that back, there's no point. Cinestyle definitely does have more "latitude" but at the expense of noise and unappealing colors. Cinetech has a decent amount of latitude, not as much as Cinestyle more than VisionColor, and has a more natural feel to it, would certainly be good for documentary work or run-n-gun shooting.

Modules Development / Re: 14bit RAW DNG silent pics!
« on: April 27, 2013, 03:43:58 AM »
720P 422 is doable... the raw size never changes no matter what mode you're in.

What about through the hdmi out into an Atomos Ninja as opposed to straight to the SD? Would love to test this but I'm guessing even the Sandisk 95 buffers out after a second or two.

Shoot Preparation / Re: Picture style with the most latitude?
« on: April 26, 2013, 10:50:28 PM »
+1 for VisionColor. Need to try out their other PS'a as well.

The skin tones are beautiful, never got results like those from cinestyle. Either the skin tones were too yellow-ish or just bland.


Done with 1%'s ML build, max bitrate and gop3 frames. Rokinon 35mm cine and Sigma 35mm 1.4 lenses, Delta Vision and Visioncolor pic styles. Thoughts?

General Chat / Re: What's your business here?
« on: April 19, 2013, 09:59:17 AM »
Got pretty big into music back in high school, mainly writing, producing and engineering. Put together our own professional home studio with a good buddy, then got interested in the graphics side of it.

Bought a T3i a couple years ago, and here I am today. So in the past 8 years since high school, I've taught myself music production, recording, mixing, mastering, as well as videography and video editing, and some photography and cinematography basics as well.

Now I do engineering and music videos for artists, but only as a side job. Not quite in the right area to do it full time, unfortunately.

Currently working on building a knowledge of screenplay and script writing, so hopefully I can get into filmmaking one day as well.

Yeah I have been so far, but cam audio is a god send for lining up the video to recorded dialogue from the recorder. Ah well, can always have the actors clap I suppose.  ;)

The PAL 25p setting with sound on works perfectly with slice 87 GOP 1. BUT  then under tungsten I get that weird rolling shadow look, coming from 25p and 60 hz not playing nice together I'm guessing? Need more tests but it happened every time I was using tungsten lighting.

Not an expert on bitrate specifics, but this is what VLC was telling me, This is 25p, audio on, slice 87, GOP1. Holy shit.

Whoa. Tried it on my T3i, works perfectly with sound on, averaged 161 mbps. Why do you think this is? Surely 25p would require even more data than 24p??

Share Your Videos / Short snow fall video on the 600D
« on: March 06, 2013, 06:03:06 PM »

We just had a blizzard here in Virginia so I decided to take advantage of it, headed out at 7 am with the 600D and a Sigma 30 mm 1.4.

Used the VisionColor PS, and 1%'s ML build. Stands up VERY well to CC and editing, but I only spent a few minutes on the actual editing.

Youtube degraded the quality pretty significantly, guess they aren't too fond of ProRes uploads.

I love the Sigma for low light and close shots, but the focus just isn't very sharp for items in the distance.

Share Your Videos / A few music videos I've shot with ML (rap & rock)
« on: February 22, 2013, 04:47:45 AM »
These were all shot on the 600D with a sigma 30mm 1.4, running ML 2.3. Still learning the ins and outs of color grading but the compliments we've gotten so far have been outstanding. Awesome software, will be donating soon to the cause.

P Magik - Primo. First green screen video.

Stephanie is a Slut. First story line video

Promo for a new song. Excuse the wobbly shots, kinda hard to shoot out of the trunk of a moving car going 50 mph.

Feedback is always appreciated, constantly trying to improve our skills.

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