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Duplicate Questions / Re: Resolve Hot Pixels
« on: February 11, 2014, 09:49:32 PM »
I'm sorry guys! I'm VERY used to search first, but I really couldn't find anything. (Maybe I'm bad in it?). Anyway, thanks for link!

Post-processing Workflow / RawTherapee, Resizing and bad quality...
« on: February 10, 2014, 02:08:13 PM »
Hello all forum members!

I looked all over internet for a solution, but couldn't find any. I'm asking for help or for some ideas.
I have very NO-BUDGET situation, already bought 600D and it is all I can afford, but I plan some professional film shooting in future. And here is my problem. I have to use Lightroom alternatives, so I use free RawTherapee. But a problem with it is - it actually destroys whole DNG quality when importing.

I compared quality of converted, pure DNG's with what I get after importing to RawTherapee and it is horrible! RawTherapee changes colors and adds a lot of noise which is ubsent in DNG's! I don't know why it is like that (I use v3, because 4.0 crashes with batch processing), but I need to search for some alternetives. I checked LightZoom free software but it doesn't remove hot/dead pixels (despite the fact they say it does, on the website wiki).

Now I'm stuck. I want to get as best as I can from my (not very High-Res already) RAW video capability. It looks decent when upscaled to FHD properly. But RT adds this ugly noise, so it degradates image, while original looks clear!

I hope you might have some ideas and solutions to help me, bcs I don't have even 20 bucks to spend on additional software... Thanks!

Raw Video / Re: What causes pink frames in raw footage on a T3i?
« on: February 07, 2014, 07:46:33 PM »
set the 'Pic Quality' to 'SRAW' (And reboot your camera!) to increase the shoot_malloc buffer size.

Where can I do this? I can't find an option for sRAW anywhere.

Duplicate Questions / Resolve Hot Pixels
« on: February 06, 2014, 03:56:41 PM »
Hello all!

I have a strange problem with bad/hot/dead/whatever pixels. They are absent in .dng, images look clean, but... when I add them to Resolve they pop out from anywhere! What is this glitch? Dng or Resolve's fault? Anyone can help?


So.. there are no hopes for H.265 implementation? :(

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