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Has the dual_iso been fixed? I remember it giving an error once enabled (I'm on an older nightly at the moment)

P.S - To edit raw video you first need to convert it, and then import it into lets say After Effects.
Quote from: davegravy on May 24, 2014, 09:15:43 PM
I'm investigating purchasing an external monitor, so I plugged my 650d into one of my desktop 1080p monitors to see what it was like.

(I apologize if any of this is covered already - I've read this thread in dribs and drabs over the last long while and don't remember any issues with HDMI, and the forum offers no way to search specific threads so I keep finding HDMI issues relating to the 5dIII)

Here's what I found:

1) Canon preview mode gives incorrect framing. Greyscale ML and HaCkED don't appear to work.
2) Focus peaking - a bar of peaking dots appears across the bottom third of the screen independent of what's in focus
3) covering the light sensor to activate arrow keys stops working
4) RAW playback isn't full screen and gives random pink/green/blue/red noise in the bars above&below.

Please take this as a bug report not a complaint.

I'm thinking I'll still spring for the monitor since focus peaking isn't really critical once your screen is larger, and I might be able to make a custom framing cropmark to frame the image properly (addressing #1). #3 is just a mild annoyance.



Pink dots in RAW is a well known bug, you can fix that by using PinkDotRemover. You're welcome.
Whoa, audio meters, finally! Can't wait to test it out!
Quote from: venture on February 21, 2014, 07:36:24 PM
If it helps, you could use Exposure Fusion to preview the combination of your exposures in the camera in Play mode.

You can assign Exposure Fusion to the SET+MainDial function under Image Review Settings in the Prefs menu. You can then preview the combination of 2 or more sequential shots.

Thanks I'll give it a shot!
Quote from: Walter Schulz on February 21, 2014, 04:49:38 PM

I see. Oh well, used Canons DPP for it, works fine.
quick question time - can we do Multiple Exposure shots in-camera with the T4i ?
Well, yes. Any user feedback is welcome. And yes I do realize there are people doing their own ML mods...but yeah :)
Thanks, but I'm just going to wait and see if anyone's actually using a nightly build on the 650D over the Alpha one. Interested in feedback.
My bad I mean the Alpha. This exact Alpha, on the 1.0.4 firmware.
Is anyone using the 2014-02-19 03:54:51 nightly build ? What are the advantages over the 2.3 stable ?
User Introduction / Re: Saying hi!
February 18, 2014, 10:40:23 AM
Thank you! I am!
User Introduction / Re: Saying hi!
February 13, 2014, 02:43:36 PM
Well, I did a little test video and I've gotta say, it's amazingly sharp and has so much more details compared to 1080p h 264. I was shooting at 1280x720 I think (or 640) and scaled it to 1080p in Premiere Pro. (Got two Samsung SD cards both are more than the T4i's speed)

Also there's the red dots problem on the T4i which is easy to fix using PinkDotRemover, so yes. Amazing RAW capabilities. The only thing that I'm missing are the audio meters in liveview.
Being new to DSLR video and all I'm wondering what is Focus stacking and why would I use it ?
User Introduction / Re: Saying hi!
February 07, 2014, 11:59:34 AM
Just a little update!

Got myself a 650D, going to get delivered to me in an hour or so, first thing I'm doing is putting ML on it and testing out RAW!
User Introduction / Saying hi!
August 26, 2013, 10:07:49 AM
Just saying hi! Looking forward to browsing these forums for all my DSLR needs. Gotta say guys, amazing job you're doing!

I recently graduated and never had to own a camera myself since Uni covered everything equipment wise, but since I'm done with that I need a camera and to be really honest I'm totally getting a 600D/T3i even at this point it looks like a great choice, specially for someone fresh off the boat...if I can say so...the fact that it's fully supported by the Magic Lantern pretty much made my choice.

So yes, looking forward to be using Magic Lantern and all it's amazing capabilities.