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Raw Video / MLV Clip is Green and Black - Canon T3i
« on: August 06, 2015, 11:35:25 PM »
Hello Magic Lantern,

     I am having serious difficulty with one of my MLV clips on my T3i. It is green, and I have tried using MLV Dump to fix the BlackLevel on the MLV file. I have also exported a few dngs using MLV Raw Viewer 1.3.3 and 1.4.3, and tried the Exiftool to fix the Blacklevel. I tried 2048, 1750, and 1024, and nothing changed, but the terminal showed the process was completed. I am now uncertain what the issue is, and cannot seem to find a fix. However, I have had these green and black clips before with raw video on the T3i as well as the 7D, but I think there is a solution. There is a forum post about this, and I have seriously tried everything on that post, and have found no solution. Here is the link to the post: http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=11664.0 The weirdest thing is the dng files in this particular MLV show "Embedded" for Camera Profiles n Adobe Camera Raw. I used a command code to achieve Camera Profiles (such as Vision Log and Adobe Standard and others), and the dng files then have the Camera Profiles  and no longer say Embedded. The odd thing is in the preview on my Macbook Pro, the colors of the raw clip show perfectly fine without any green. These colors are identical to the preview on the T3i's screen when recording this raw clip. When I bring in the dng files however, they are green and black. Also, I tried clicking a different dng from the 7D, and did not get an embedded Camera profile in Adobe Camera Raw. I am really stumped as what to do with this issue. I am really hoping for a fix. I am aware this is quite an odd problem, and I apologize if any of what I said above is unclear. Please let me know if it is, and I will make sure to explain the issue better. Also, if this is already on the forum please let me know. I did search the forum all day yesterday however, and I did not find a solution. I will attach pictures via Google below to show the problem. If anyone has a solution or suggestion I would really appreciate it. Thanks.


- Paul Harwood

https://goo.gl/photos/ZVEE3sQxzumNcjj97

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: March 04, 2015, 02:32:28 AM »
Awesome, I'll make sure to check these out! If you'd like to check out some of my videos, here is the link to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/paulharwood856 Hope all is well!  :)

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: March 03, 2015, 08:03:52 PM »
That must have been hard to keep the camera that still! Great job honza123! I checked out RawTherapee, it is a nice program. I think I've figured out a good workflow for mac. I definitely want to upload some color graded raw clips soon, I've just been so busy with college. I look forward to seeing more of your videos! Keep up the great work, it shows  :)

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Raw Video / Re: 50D Crop Mode ONLY Grayscale ?
« on: February 26, 2015, 07:32:06 PM »
I'm not quite sure to be honest ThankMeLater. I would try different resolutions and aspect ratios, and try changing settings to narrow down what the problem is. You can always just format the card and keep Magic Lantern on it, unless you have it formatted ExFat. Please let me know if this problem persists. I'll try my best to help you out!  :)

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 26, 2015, 07:30:04 PM »
Wow honza123 this came out great! Do you have to keep the camera really steady in order for recreating frames to work. Is there a software on a Mac that would be able to do this? So much detail in those shots, and great choice of music!  :)

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 26, 2015, 07:28:24 PM »
You are welcome JADURCA!  :)

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 25, 2015, 03:48:37 PM »
Alright awesome honza123! The Flycams are great. Camera shake is the worse, true that. I use the Warp Stabilizer effect in Adobe Premiere Pro, and it works tremendously! Hope all is well  :)

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 25, 2015, 03:46:23 PM »
Great job JADURCA! This came out awesome! Love the colors and sharpness, and although 6 second clips, you made it work very creatively! Keep the videos coming! I like the 12 fps slow down method, and still need to experiment more  :)

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Hello Emphram. I have experienced issues with raw as well, but enjoy troubleshooting the best methods. It is frustrating, I totally understand that. I haven't used it in work environment yet, so I can't even imagine. I do have a few suggestions that might help you. Money is also an obstacle for me, so I'll try to keep that in mind with suggestions.

I came across a software that would greatly improve raw workflow starting in Adobe camera raw. This software helps with high ISOs like 3200. So you might want to check this out. Here is the link: http://www.dxo.com/us/photography/photo-software/dxo-opticspro/prices

I haven't experienced aliasing yet in raw, but I have with chromatic aberrations. The pink and green pixels right? Would love to know how you fix that in Adobe Camera Raw. The only solution I've found so far that is quick is removing dead pixels through sensor cleaning. Not sure if that applies to raw video, but it worked. Here is the link demonstrating the exact process:
Also there are VAF TXI filters you can purchase through Mosaic Engineering. These I believe are just for H.264 1080p, and would be bad for photography. But, the H.264 compression is better, thus better quality, and no moire and aliasing as well. They are expensive, but if you call them they can sell you ones with few marks on them. This does not affect what the filters do whatsoever, just a cheaper price. I was the only bidder for a VAF 60D filter off Ebay, so I got it for a cheap price. Then, I found out it wouldn't fit the T3i when they called me back, and they offered to recut the filter to be a TXI for a nominal fee. Just an example of how cooperative they are. They are a very busy company, and have been backed up because of the snow, but they will call you back. Here is the link: http://www.mosaicengineering.com/about-us/contact.html

There are a few workflows on Youtube that might help you get the ball rolling. I still need to experiment more, but from all the videos I've watched, these seem to be legitimate. Here are the links:




I still need to experiment with raw at night, but maybe more lighting? Is the H.264 compression worse as far as noise, or better?

There is an optimization for low light for fps override. Maybe put into 640 x 480 video mode, and use fps override with low light optimization? The light kit should help you too.

I totally understand about the 600D bottleneck 21 mb/sec issue, and am frustrated with that. You can try using the kit lens at 18mm, that seemed to help for me. I have a 6.5mm fisheye I've been experimenting with, but will have to remove the distortion in Adobe Camera Raw through a lens profile. This fits a lot into the frame, and lens aren't too bad in price. Just search Rokinon 8mm, although I have Opteka. They are apparently the same glass, Samyang, Opteka, and Rokinon. Yeah I feel if I had a 7D with a CF card I might have better luck. But man that 5D Mark III looks so good at 1080p raw. So expensive though. Should go down in price with the new 5D's though. But yeah out of my price range overall. You can also try using an aspect ratio like 2:35:1 and bump up 960 x 540 to around 720p. Although it can be difficult to get continuous recording, I have had some success. Also, when using sound raw can be difficult. That 's where the Zoom recorders can come handy. I use the 5x zoom, is 3x zoom better? I always get confused in the differences except one is 5 and one is 3. Also you can try 18 fps instead of 23.976. Not too different, but pans might be difficult. Could optimize for high jello in fps override. Another method is to use 12 fps, and recreate the frames using Twixtor, slow motion.

One last thing. Check out this website. http://www.vision-color.com/free-stuff/ There is a Camera Profile, (like Adobe Standard, those options in Adobe Camera Raw) to insert into Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom. There are also LUTS on this website, and picture styles, and other helpful editing tools for raw and H.264 compressed videos. In the link there are free downloads, and the Vision Log for Camera Raw is there.

I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any other difficulties. I'll try to help as best I can! Hope all is well.


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General Help Q&A / Re: 'low jello' mode missing from FPS override menu?
« on: February 24, 2015, 01:51:51 AM »
Hello pauldaoust! My name is Paul Harwood. I have a 600D as well, and have been experimenting with RAW recording. I usually use exact FPS when lowering the FPS in FPS Override when trying to achieve longer record times. But I try to stick to 23.976 fps override when on SD Video 640 x 480 mode. I get nervous about 18 fps, and 12 fps, even though they can be adjusted in post. Better to get as much right in the camera as possible. For low shutter speeds (although I usually stick to 180 degree as well) and low FPS too, high jello would attempt to decrease the amount of rolling shutter, particularly with pans. I'm not quite sure about high FPS, but low light would adjust, well, for low light. Hope this helps and that all is well! Please let me know if you have any other questions, or if I didn't explain things clear enough.

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 24, 2015, 01:27:39 AM »
Okay cool thanks for letting me know. I understand. Does recreating the frames adjust for the tremble? I know what you mean by budget, equipment is expensive. I'm always looking around to find the best deals before a purchase. I have a Flycam Nano DSLR HD. I like it, but after seeing a stabilizer review by Tom Antos on Youtube, I am convinced in making this a near future purchase. I highly recommend watching this video, it might just clear a few things up about stabilizers and their possible ease of use depending on the manufacturer.

Here is the link:
Hope all is well!

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 23, 2015, 12:32:34 PM »
Thanks so much for responding honza123. Ok I'll have to do some tests! Do you mind sharing which lens you used for your video? And did you use a shoulder rig?

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Ok I understand. What picture style are you using? Not sure if this matters, but if you use standard for your jpegs, then the jpegs will be well reflected. The editing comes in then for the raw images. You can also try resetting all of your settings. This will remove custom picture styles, but this could possible resolve the problem. Maybe try uninstalling Magic Lantern and see if this is a Canon problem as well?

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Raw Video Postprocessing / Re: Covert MLV to Mov for Mac
« on: February 20, 2015, 08:22:43 PM »
Hello ccbeauty. My name is Paul Harwood. I use MLRawViewer as well, and only know of exporting to ProRes. What you can do is use this program to convert to DNGs, and bring into Adobe Bridge (Creative Cloud is an option). Choose your Adobe Camera Raw settings, and select synchronize. All the settings should apply to all the DNGs, then choose to export as Tiff files. Then when all the pictures are updated, you can import into Adobe Premiere Pro, and choose image sequence. This will make the files turn into a video clip. From there you can color grade, add LUTS,  or add whichever effects, and then export as an mov through Premiere Pro or Media Encoder. Remember ProRes is an mov, and the point of ProRes is to not lose quality, otherwise known as a lossless codec. You can also try GoPro Studio Production Premium as a 15 day trial, and go through a workflow process there. Other editing applications include Davinci Resolve Lite (free, basically the same as the full version) and Adobe After Effects. There are all kinds of workflow options, and Youtube is a great source for this. I would look there for exact details on how to do workflows correctly. Exporting as ProRes is okay, but having the flexibility to edit the raw images is a major plus of raw recording. I hope this helps in some way, and sorry that there's not a quick solution I know of. So far, MLRaw Viewer is the fastest solution I've find for just exporting video clips, and is super helpful for being able to view them with recorded sound before deciding to edit. You could also try RawTherapee, a free application. There's also Magic Raw Lite, also free, and 5DtoRGB Lite to help with H.264 mov files and better color grading options. Please let me know if I can be of any other help. Hope all is well!

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Hi Paul, I appreciate the input. So far I've only done some simple tests in RAW video mode, I'm still uncertain of using it with the small resolution that is supported by this camera. I mainly do h.264 video, and the 4gb file limit is present even when the card is formatted in exfat (unless there is a way to change this). The card has functioned great so far, works fast, no unexpected stops. Do you do RAW video?

     You are welcome Emphram! I'm still experimenting with Exfat, but from what I've read raw recording performs better. From what I've tested so far, I feel it is a great format. There is also an exfat option to choose in the Magic Lantern Nightly Builds menu, which I still need to test. I was able to record 1080p for 29:59 with continuous record. I still need to test 720p 60 fps because I would like to see if I can get to 29:59. I used to be only able to get around 15 minutes. I also haven't found the batteries to wear out, and last just as long as Fat32 formatting. If you are having trouble with missing a couple seconds in between takes, try adding a second camera. Even if it's a cell phone that can record HD, you can use that for just those couple seconds to switch between scenes in post if you are filming an event for example. Also, if you record audio to a separate recorder, you can maintain the same audio throughout, and just sync in post using Plural Eyes, Premiere Pro Creative Cloud, or manually. You can use the cell phone and dslr audio along with separate recorded audio to sync, and then choose what you feel sounds the best, probably the recorder.
     
     I love shooting raw! I'm still getting used to it, and am learning as much as I can about the post production workflow. My recommendation for getting the best resolution is to use a wide angle lens. Luckily I have a 6.5mm fisheye I use for skateboarding, and will be able to take out the distortion with a fisheye lens profile in Adobe Camera Raw. If you have the kit lens, try using it a 18mm, the widest, and see how you make out. This will help when filming events, say on a shoulder rig for less camera shake, and your kit lens might have an image stabilization option which will help as well. You can also zoom in as what's called crop mode. Some Magic Lantern users have claimed this gives better quality, but I find it a bit difficult to work with. When zooming in 5x, you can bump the resolution higher. Setting up the shot is kind of a pain, but this might work well with outside with flowers and insects. If doing macro, you can buy macro extension tubes from Fotodiox on Amazon as well. I would suggest trying different resolutions at different aspect ratios (2:35:1 rather than 16:9 gives a cinematic look, which is great) and see how long you can record. Also, turning off unneeded settings will help extend the record time. You can even try 18 fps or 12 fps to achieve longer record times, or even continuous recording for raw. Recording raw with sound can slow down the best possible resolution for raw recording, and even more with audio override settings. So keeping the sound on automatic helps, and then using say a Zoom H4n or H6 for separate recording to sync later. There are even cables from Sescom that will allow straight audio recording from the Zoom to the camera. There is a Transcend 64 gb Class 10 600x (90 mb/sec) sd card which is the same price as the Sandisk Extreme Pro 32 gb 95 mb/sec Class 10 sd card. I've read and discussed with someone that this works just as well as the Sandisk, and then you have double the space for the same price!

     If you want to record H.264, you can purchase a VAF TXI filter for the T3i. This helps prevents aliasing and moire from being recorded in your video, and also gives better compression, resulting in better quality. You can call Mosaic Engineering and ask them about their filters which have marks on them. They are fully functional, and do not prohibit best possible quality from the new ones. New, the filters run at $295. I spoke with one of the personnel about this.

     I hope this was helpful for you, and please let me know if I didn't explain things clear enough. Always here to help! Hope all is well!

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Hello Bubbakron! My name is Paul Harwood. The viewfinder will be the same always. This is where you look through the camera to set focus points, get your focus, and so forth. This is mainly for photography. For video, you should look at the lcd screen. The lcd screen shows what your current white balance is for video. You can set the lcd screen for photography by pushing the live view button. Make sure you are in M mode or whichever photography mode you are in. If it is a viewfinder you prefer (shooting style) for video, there are viewfinders you can purchase to attach to your camera for videography. These can be super helpful for hot days where the lcd is hard to see. I hope this helps, and please let me know if it doesn't. I will try to help as best as I can. Hope all is well!

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Shoot Preparation / Re: T3i v2.3 ML audio meters inaccurate
« on: February 20, 2015, 02:47:27 PM »
You are welcome k9! I think I know the problem. Grab your T3i, and navigate to the Canon menu. You might have to push the info button to get out of Magic Lantern. Check Sound Recording. Is it on manual? If so, check to see if the cursor is too low. You can see the audio meters with decibels. People sometimes will move the cursor to the left so it is just up one notch (before muted). They then choose audio gain or mic gain (or maybe both) in the override audio settings in Magic Lantern Nightly build firmware (added to the original V2.3). You can also try setting this to automatic, and see how the audio meters are. I am not too sure if Magic Lantern would override the Automatic sound recording setting on the Canon menu. This is why I would suggest keeping your sound recording on manual for the Canon menu. Navigating from Manual to Automatic and back to Manual might reset the sound problem in your T3i. Please let me know if any of this helps, and if it doesn't, we'll keep trying to figure it out!

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Share Your Videos / Re: Backyard wildlife with t3i / 600D
« on: February 19, 2015, 09:58:29 AM »
You are welcome Anurania! That's awesome because I was wondering how that card would perform, and it is basically the same price as the 30 mb/sec Transcend, so why not go with the 90 mb/sec? I'm glad you agree about the write speeds of the cards because I did a lot research and Amazon was a huge help with reviewers comments on memory cards. I understand that Walter is saying the bottleneck is 21 mb/sec, but the write speed of a 30 mb/sec card just doesn't keep up for best raw recording success. The T3i can be pushed further with a better write speed, and the 90 provides that. The Sandisk 32 gb is the same price as the 64 gb Transcend! Great to know that the Transcend performs well! I doubt 95 mb/sec differs from 90 mb/sec lol. The hiccup term you referred makes a lot of sense since this is a firmware override and pushing the T3i to the bottleneck can create a hiccup when recording for a long time. The transferring of files is much better I agree! No problem, glad to help!  :)

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Shoot Preparation / Re: T3i v2.3 ML audio meters inaccurate
« on: February 19, 2015, 09:49:12 AM »
Hello k9 my name is Paul Harwood. There should be an Audio Override Settings option to turn on for your 600D. If not, I would download the latest version of nightly builds (stability is fine) and drop the files from the nightly into the files on your memory card. Make sure to select "Replace Clips". After, you will now be able to turn off AGC, have Audio Gain, Mic Gain, Headphone monitoring, headphone volume, speaker volume. It's generally a lot better to use nightly builds vs V2.3. If you are using a separate recorder you might be able to get a cable from Sescom (BHPhotoVideo has these) which will allow you to connect your external recorder directly to your camera. This allows you to record the recorder's audio into the H.264 file as well as a separate wav file for backup. You can buy, now with the nightly builds, the T2i headphone monitoring cable as well if you have a mic you wanted to use with the T3i, or just to simply monitor audio in real time. Another option is to use Plural Eyes, which will sync your recorder's audio to your dslr audio in post production. You can do this manually as well, and if you have Premiere Pro Creative Cloud, you can synchronize right in the post production workflow. Definitely try Override audio settings turned on. I had trouble with my T3i showing the audio meters and this seemed to fix the problem. I hope this helps, and please let me know if you have any other questions. Also, if I was unclear with something, let me know, and I'll try to explain it better. Thanks for posting k9!

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Share Your Videos / Re: Backyard wildlife with t3i / 600D
« on: February 16, 2015, 11:32:28 PM »
     You're welcome Anurania!  :) It certainly takes practice!

     Thanks for sharing your settings. This helps me for more tests. I'm not sure which memory card you have, but if you have 90 mb/sec you will achieve the best resolution possible. This came out great though. Also, you can format your memory card as Exfat using EOS Card for PC or Macboot for Mac. These programs are posted on Magic Lantern's website. The warm up option is a great idea! I have a recommendation for a tripod that you might like. It is by a guy who started a kickstarter for a dolly called Revolve, and he now has a complete site with reasonable prices. This tripod has a bullhead (might be really good for what you're filming) and can turn into a monopod! You can also attach the dolly to the button to make this a pretty good stabilizer! I'll post a link for a memory card, EOS Card, Macboot, a video explaining the Exfat process, and the tripod. I hope this helps! Thanks so much for your reply! If you need anything, or if something isn't clear, please let me know.

http://www.amazon.com/Transcend-Speed-Class-Memory-TS64GSDXC10U1/dp/B00AFTV3FC/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1423088895&sr=8-2&keywords=transcend+600x

http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Extreme-HD-Ready-Frustration-Free-SDSDXPA-032G-AFFP/dp/B007NDL56A

http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/EOScard

http://www.zenoshrdlu.com/macboot/macboot.html



http://www.revolvecamera.com/collections/all/products/2-in-1-tripod-and-monopod

Hope all is well!

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Share Your Videos / Re: Backyard wildlife with t3i / 600D
« on: February 15, 2015, 10:48:32 PM »
     Hello Anurania! My name is Paul Harwood. Great job on this video! I really liked it, especially the squirrel at the end. Great depth of field and use of rule of thirds! I'm not sure which editing program you are using, but I have used the Transcoding option in Adobe Premiere Pro Creative Cloud (same as where project manager is). This would definitely help you with not having to render and being able to playback your clips. It converts all clips to the GoPro Cineform codec or ProRes or DNxHD, and some others I believe. Also, I'm not sure if you image stabilization on or off while on a tripod, but make sure it is off for best quality. The camera assumes it is moving, and there the footage won't be as clear. Again great job, and I look forward to seeing more of your work! By the way, how long were you able to record at 1152 x 622 18 fps? And did you use a bullhead? Thanks for posting Anurania! If you have any questions on what I suggested please let me know.

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 15, 2015, 08:36:03 AM »
     Hello honza123! Thanks for your reply, and a very nice video showing raw capabilities in the 600D! I really like the quality and colors. What aspect ratio did you use when recording, if you don't mind me asking? I'm guessing 2:35:1. The 18 fps doesn't really look different than 24 fps with the recreate in Avisynth, which is awesome! I like these settings, and have had RAWTherapee, but haven't used it yet. I am excited to try this! One other question though. I have a Mac, and am unable to use Avisynth. Would interpreting the 18 fps to 24 fps in Adobe Premiere Pro work the same? There's an interpret footage option. I've used this for a 24 fps timeline, and when I want to add a 60fps shot, I interpret it into 24 fps for slow motion. Thanks so much!

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 15, 2015, 08:22:27 AM »
     You're welcome JADURCA! Thanks for your reply, and the very helpful feedback. This certainly helps! I have a 6.5mm Opteka Fisheye Lens that I use for skateboarding, so I'll have to experiment with this. Although, I am quite aware of the distortion! I don't remember that being the easiest to remove, but if you have suggestions for distortion removal that would be cool. I might be able to use the GoPro Studio software for MOV files. I do eventually want to buy the Tokina 11-16 f2.8. Are there any wide angle lenses you would suggest for raw crop mode? This is very interesting! Basically I am excited about the VAF Filter for filming bands and events where moire patterns came come and there is nothing I can do about it. I had this happen with a guitarist's hat. I like that I wouldn't have to worry about avoiding certain patterns when using H.264 1920 x 1080 compression. Also, the compression is supposed to be better with the filter (as well as no quality loss)! I eventually want to buy the 5D Mark III, basically because of no moire, 1920 x 1080 Raw Continuous recording with sound, and photography. I was thinking of recording without sound, but syncing would be more difficult since there is no scratch audio from the camera. Do you have a method for this, since you are doing music videos? I plan to eventually upgrade to the Zoom H6.

     Oh by the way, I just experimented a bit with Exfat continuous recording H.264 1920 x 1080 24 fps. I was able to get 30 minutes, and then I tried with the restart recording option in Magic Lantern, and it worked! Not sure if there was a bigger delay, so I'll have to do more testing. I found out FAT32 has a 4 GB limit, and Exfat doesn't. Although this isn't the actual formatting the camera uses, this is a nice feature. I'm pretty sure the files have more time because of no 4 GB limit, and I have read the Exfat is better for Raw video anyway. So I will make sure to post back here when I do some tests!

     One other note. I did not find any difference (so far) with battery life in Exfat vs. FAT32.

     If anyone reading this has experienced good 600D settings as well, and has some cool ideas to try, please let me know! I'm loving RAW!

   

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 14, 2015, 04:06:07 AM »
     Hello JADURCA thanks for replying to my post. These are really good ideas for settings for 600D raw. I really like the resolution, aspect ratio, and particularly the 12 fps slow down to 24 fps idea. I have a VAF filter coming in for anti aliasing with the 600D. I was under the consumption that since these are raw images, they are not compressed into H.264 and therefore wouldn't have moire. But I think you are right, because I now remember there was an aliasing problem with raw images in a photography certification class I had. Do you mind running through the settings you used for this video, how long you were able to record, and also with or without sound? I have been trying to get my settings down, and am super excited about the 12 fps idea and 50% in Twixtor. Also, if you want, you can upscale your video to 4K using Red Giant Instant 4K (there are serial codes for these products on Youtube), but I am not quite sure if this is available for Sony Vegas. Do you mind explaining Raw Crop Mode? I was a little confused on these, and where the setting is. I apologize if these are too many questions, I am just super psyched to communicate with someone trying Raw for the 600D.

     If you are curious about the moire and anti aliasing VAF TXI Filter, here is the website.

http://www.mosaicengineering.com/products/vaf/txi.html

     I am aware the website says $295, which is a lot of money. But I have spoken to the Mosaic Engineering personnel a couple times, and they explained to me they have used filters. These have some marks, but do not affect what the product does whatsoever. The marks aren't seen in the video. I still need to figure out if these filters are supposed to be used in Raw video, since they aren't supposed to pictures. They are mainly for better H.264 compression results.

     I hope I have been able to provide some good input for you as you have for me. Thanks so much JADURCA! I hope to hear from you about the settings, just trying to get the best ones!

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Share Your Videos / Re: Reaching maximum resolution on 600D RAW Crop Mode
« on: February 14, 2015, 03:58:55 AM »
     Hello JADURCA thanks for replying to my post. These are really good ideas for settings for 600D raw. I really like the resolution, aspect ratio, and particularly the 12 fps slow down to 24 fps idea. I have a VAF filter coming in for anti aliasing with the 600D. I was under the consumption that since these are raw images, they are not compressed into H.264 and therefore wouldn't have moire. But I think you are right, because I now remember there was an aliasing problem with raw images in a photography certification class I had. Do you mind running through the settings you used for this video, how long you were able to record, and also with or without sound? I have been trying to get my settings down, and am super excited about the 12 fps idea and 50% in Twixtor. Also, if you want, you can upscale your video to 4K using Red Giant Instant 4K (there are serial codes for these products on Youtube), but I am not quite sure if this is available for Sony Vegas. Do you mind explaining Raw Crop Mode? I was a little confused on these, and where the setting is. I apologize if these are too many questions, I am just super psyched to communicate with someone trying Raw for the 600D.

     If you are curious about the moire and anti aliasing VAF TXI Filter, here is the website.

http://www.mosaicengineering.com/products/vaf/txi.html

     I am aware the website says $295, which is a lot of money. But I have spoken to the Mosaic Engineering personnel a couple times, and they explained to me they have used filters. These have some marks, but do not affect what the product does whatsoever. The marks aren't seen in the video. I still need to figure out if these filters are supposed to be used in Raw video, since they aren't supposed to pictures. They are mainly for better H.264 compression results.

     I hope I have been able to provide some good input for you as you have for me. Thanks so much JADURCA! I hope to hear from you about the settings, just trying to get the best ones!


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