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General Chat / Hardware hack coming soon?
February 27, 2014, 11:40:01 PM
Not sure what to make of this, or how it could effect Magic Lantern.
As many know, there will be an update to Premiere Pro CC on October 15th.  This update brings back DNG support and many other features:

"New native file format support for Cinema DNG, Sony RAW, Phantom Cine, improved MJPG from Canon 1DC, Sony XAVC Long GOP, Panasonic AVC Ultra (Long GOP), 64 bit ProRes decoding (Mac OS X 10.8 or higher only), and support for exporting XAVC up to 4K and AVCi200 is included, and Cinema DNG can be debayered on a supported GPU for even better performance.


Another recent update is the ability to render multiple sequences.  I think this new feature can really help those that are importing DNG sequences into Premiere because they can now render all their shots out, skipping After Effects (not sure how well playback will be while scrubbing through DNG sequences, they may not even need to be RENDERED!)

Share Your Videos / Seaport Realtors (5d iii RAW)
August 01, 2013, 05:56:06 PM

This is an introductory commercial for Seaport Realtors in Key West.  Seaport Realty is a locally owned and operated real estate business in Key West, Florida. This is a short, informative video about the wonderful island of Key West and the general Keys lifestyle.

Shot in RAW utilizing Magic Lantern, this video took us approximately a week to shoot.  We packed very light for this project and were thankful we did because of the extreme humidity.


Gear List:
5d iii, 70-200L is ii, 24L ii, Edelkrone Slider Plus, Manfrotto tripod and Sennheiser Lav Mics. 

Our post workflow was very simple.  We color graded in ACR, rendered in After Effects then finalized in Premiere.
Using Magic Lantern and a 5d Mark III, we produced this short intro video for a local fine art restorer near the Kansas City area. Our workflow consisted of RAWMagic > LR4 > Premiere Pro with most of the color grading done in Lightroom. We packed very light for this project and came up with great results.