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     Hello emphram my name is Paul Harwood. I formatted my Sandisk 32 GB Extreme Pro 95 MB/SEC Class 10 UHS as Exfat, with MacBoot for Macintosh, but I had difficulty getting the software on my Transcend 64 GB 30 MB/SEC card about a year ago. EOS Card should be able to format the card as Fat32 (I think this is what Canon uses). From what I read however, Exfat allows bigger file sizes. I always thought the limit was 4 GB, but there is a setting on the 600D for Exfat in raw mode. I still have to test everything out, and am also weary about long shoots like you stated. I think I used a smaller card to install Magic Lantern a year ago, the stable version 2.3, then dragged the files onto the 64 GB Transcend. This was because I couldn't get Macboot to work, but I'm pretty sure EOS works fine. I have since figured out Macboot. There is a tutorial by Clint Boland on Youtube explaining EOS Card on Youtube and the installation process. I hope this is helpful for you. If not, please let me know if you have any other questions. If I experience any problems with Exfat, I will post here. It would be great if you could do the same, that way we can exchange input, since we have the same camera.

     Here is the tutorial. I am aware this is for ML version 2.3, the stable release. After you've installed V2.3, all you have to do is replace the V2.3 files with the nightly build files, put the card back into your camera, and you should be good to go.


Hope all is well!

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General Help Q&A / Re: Bad links for nightly builds?
« on: February 09, 2015, 03:08:22 PM »
Hello I_d_allan my name is Paul Harwood. I have the 600D and had no problems installing the latest nightly build on a Macbook Pro OS X Yosemite 10.10.2. I'm using Safari, but maybe there was a recent update you did with your operating system? Do you have a different version of Windows to try, or maybe on another computer? I haven't encountered this problem, and am curious to what might be preventing you from downloading the links.

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 09, 2015, 03:01:11 PM »
Thanks for getting back to me Walter. I was able to make both cards bootable using Macboot along with Macboot Command. Clicking Macboot Command 1st (for Mac OS 10.8 and up, I'm using Yosemite 10.10.2) For PC it would be the EOS Card utility by Pelican. Although the camera says I need to update the firmware, Magic Lantern V2.3 was already on the card, ready to go. Then I was able to install the latest Nightly Build for the T3i, January 29th, 2015. This worked for a 64 GB Transcend Class 10 SDXC 30 MB/SEC card as well as a Sandisk 32 GB Extreme Pro UHS Class 10 95 MB/SEC card. Through the installation process I made sure I followed all of Magic Lantern's steps. I'm excited to test out this different format, and I'll post back here if I see any major differences. Thanks again for your help Walter. Hope all is well!

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Raw Video / Re: 600D Capabilities
« on: February 09, 2015, 08:14:03 AM »
Hello Walter. Thank you for replying to my post. I've read if I format my sd card to ExFat I can record longer in raw. Is this true? Are there any other modules or files I need to add to achieve the best raw recording possible out of the T3i? Any help on this would be great. Thanks.

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Raw Video / 600D Capabilities
« on: February 09, 2015, 06:40:51 AM »
     Hello Magic Lantern. My name is Paul Harwood. Over the past year I have used your firmware, and absolutely love it! Over the past few months, I have been researching online extensively about raw video on the T3i. I am very happy with the firmware, and how you have made my camera more useful than I could have ever expected. There has been something on my mind for a couple weeks, and I haven't quite been able to find the answer. I have read as well as recognized while recording, that the T3i has a 20 mb/sec buffer limit, and this is why raw recording is limited in resolution. I absolutely love being able to record raw with sound continuously with 960 x 540 resolution. I have experimented with 5x zoom to reach better resolutions which is very cool. All I wanted to ask was if Magic Lantern knows of any way to bypass the buffer limit. I ask this because I would like to be able to use the whole frame, like 720p or 1080p H.264. I realize this question might sound dumb, and I apologize for that. I am not a technician or anything, and I do not know much in the mechanical aspects of cameras. I am just really curious to see how far raw recording could go with the T3i. I would like to know if there is any way to extend the camera's buffer. Possibly physically, or change the sd card slot to a CF. I am using a Sandisk Extreme Pro 32 GB 95 mb/sec UHS Class 10. I don't know of a card that would do better, but I am open to suggestions for this as well to extend raw recording. Again I am very pleased with this firmware. The latest nightly builds have been superb. I noticed Audio Gain was added to Mic Gain. And I was extremely happy about the AGC disable, which I discovered in a October 2014 nightly build. If anyone can answer my question I would greatly appreciate it. I apologize if this question seems a bit out there, and if it was already answered on the forum. Thank you so much Magic Lantern.

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