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Share Your Videos / Re: 5d3 RAW + Ronin-m + Safari = EPIC
« on: February 12, 2016, 07:57:36 PM »
This is sooo sick!  :o :D

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Share Your Videos / Re: 5d3 raw with glidecam - my two new videos
« on: February 02, 2016, 10:12:51 PM »
Really good!, especially the colors just a little bit too much highlight recover in my opinion. Can you tell us a little bit of your workflow and colorgrading process?

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Nice videos!

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Share Your Videos / Re: 2015 Home Video Montage - 5DIII MLV
« on: December 26, 2015, 12:17:48 AM »
I'm also interested to see the difference between h264 and prores when uploading to Youtube!?

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Share Your Videos / Re: 5dmkIII MlRaw videos
« on: December 13, 2015, 06:48:00 PM »
You are really good at this...!

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General Chat / Re: VIDEOS OF THE YEAR - #2015
« on: December 12, 2015, 01:15:28 PM »
Please stop posting videos that don't belong here!

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Share Your Videos / Re: "House Call" - A Short Film for School
« on: December 12, 2015, 01:07:38 PM »
Really great! The plot is awesome!

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Share Your Videos / Re: ML grindhouse music video
« on: November 28, 2015, 01:08:58 PM »
really enjoying!

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Share Your Videos / Re: Vägens slut - Road's End (2 min short)
« on: November 13, 2015, 10:48:06 AM »
haha skriver lite på svenska på detta forum för en gångs skulle! grymt bra och jävligt välgjort!

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Share Your Videos / Re: 650D RAW SLOW MOTION VIDEO Usable?
« on: November 13, 2015, 10:41:46 AM »
@andy kh
yeah moire is horrible so not usable at all. i have done so many test in the past and given up after i realise that its not a gud idea for 650d to try slow motion. it was beautiful when i tried inside my room so i went to park to capture some beautiful people and animal. some footage are kool and so many others were not usable. by doing a samll test, noone can say wheather all footage will look gud or not.  i tried shooting @ different framrates..40fps. 48fps and 50fps. all footage are very smooth while playing back @23.97 in premiere pro cc but moire is an issue and i get weird colors in some areas of so many footages. i am eager to show you all what i mean but i m away for vaction break. i wil try to share once i get back home.

I don´t know how much morie you have on your test but for example the morie on the scarf you can fix in after effects by adding the effect "median" just to the scarf area! Adobe Camera Raw can also handle the colored pixels using "lens corrections" tab and the "Noise Reduction" tab. It is maybe not the best way but hopefully it will be a little bit better!

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Share Your Videos / Re: 650D RAW SLOW MOTION VIDEO Usable?
« on: November 07, 2015, 01:39:53 PM »
Very interesting and good test! It looks really smooth but i think it is a little bit soft/blurry even if it´s higher resolution than normal 50/60 fps, but the dynamic range and the color are awesome!

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Share Your Videos / Re: IN ENGLAND // Travel - Trough My Eyes // MLV
« on: October 16, 2015, 03:03:52 PM »
Lovely video! I also would like to hear a little bit about your workflow! :) :D

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Raw Video / Re: 7d vs 5d iii raw
« on: September 26, 2015, 11:21:28 AM »
A question that came up in my head is, if both cameras are just as well in 60fps raw? Anyone who knows it?

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Share Your Videos / Re: Peculiarem(RAW, 600d)
« on: September 16, 2015, 10:18:58 PM »
Did you do anything in post to remove the moire? ;D

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Share Your Videos / Re: Peculiarem(RAW, 600d)
« on: September 10, 2015, 08:28:48 PM »
Have watched your video a couple of times now and it's lovely! ;) Have you added the gain in post? I also wounder if you ever have had problems with moire and aliasing?

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Raw Video / Re: 600d serious raw problem! plz help!
« on: August 13, 2015, 06:19:41 PM »
@_OLLE_ Resolve will take care of the moire (the color issues) very easily but you will not get rid of aliasing (stepping artifacts) caused by lineskipping. You can however get good, useable results if you control the depth of field a little and think about what in the scene 'might' cause issues.

Moire is a relatively simple fix in Resolve (V10 onwards). Just select YUV or LAB as the colorspace on the first node and untick channel 1 - this will mean any changes made on that node will only affect the color channels - then simply add blur until the moire disappears. You will lose some saturation but this can be added back in the next node. I prefer to add saturation back in Lab colorspace - i.e. add another node and set it to Lab colorspace, disable channel 1 (luminance) and then add contrast to the node to push the color channels apart.

Aliasing caused by line skipping is very much harder to control (I would say, impossible) so you should be thinking of ways to minimize it.

Your shots look focused to infinity. This is ok for landscape stills where you will shoot at the full resolution of the sensor but you will rarely see any movie using such a deep depth of field for anything other than establishing shots. I guess you shot at F16 - F22 or something!? - try setting your aperture to 5.6 or lower (F2.8 is a nice look on a crop sensor) and use a variable ND to reduce the light and obtain a good exposure. This will defocus the background or foreground sufficiently to avoid moire and aliasing issues and allow you to focus the viewers attention on something specific in the scene (sorry if you already know this basic stuff).

Then all you need to worry about is making sure the in-focus part of the shot has nothing that will invoke aliasing or moire. Fine patterns will cause moire and straight lines cause aliasing so avoid patterned fabrics, powerlines, brick walls - just experiment and you'll build up some valuable knowledge of when and how these problems occur - and when they do, either adjust the shot content, framing, DOF etc or don't hit record.

Anyway, here's your 2 shots that I put though Resolve 12 - took less than 10 seconds to sort the moire - even at default settings without any chroma blur added it is very good but these jpegs use the method I described above.

http://we.tl/mmJKJ89pj4


edit: The aspect ratio looked a bit squashed so, assuming it's shot with 720p selected I've scaled the vertical resolution by 1.67x - also, you can slightly reduce the appearance of jaggies if you add a little blur to the luminance channel of another Lab node (untick channels 2&3) then add a normal RGB node and apply some mist (also in the blur and sharpening panel) - it's not amazing but it might rescue some shots at the expense of a little detail - this can also be useful for matching the more detailed resolution of raw shots with H.264 video by simulating some of the downsampling effect of H.264 encoding - but sadly it can't work the other way around.

http://we.tl/VtAP9sXM4H

Wow, I didn't know the easy way to do this chroma blur in resolve, I started with resolve 9 and knew about chroma blur to remove color moire.
That was with blending 2 layers, where you removed saturation in one node and the brightness value in the other node.
(I didn't use it that much because it introduced to much color mixture around edges, I got people with red lining around skin and stuff  :P)
But this colorspace change and just click off one channel is really quick and works very well. Until know I haven't seen the color lining around objects that obvious as back then in Resolve 9.
So or this works way cleaner then the blending 2 nodes way, or Resolve has got much better since then.

I use Resolve Lite 11 at the moment, but the workflow Andy describes comes really close to the RawTherapee results. And it's way faster.
Thanks :D




Thanks again for your good supporting and excuse me for my bad responing! :-[ If i understood this right is the colored areas, that are like flimering called moire and alising is more like this guy shows in the video? link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqi0114mwtY Nice to hear that the moire is relativly simple to fix because I think that it is the moire that annoys me most. The thing is that I never have used Resolve before and I got a little bit confused about what you are talking about because of that. I know that you can download Resolve for free but does this method work in the lite version? Is there any tutorial out there that shows this kind of working in Resolve? And when I add blur to the footage does that effect the sharpness? And at last I have one more question, If you look at my footage after you have fixed it, how bad is it? Is it better then 1080p h264?

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Raw Video / Re: 600d serious raw problem! plz help!
« on: August 03, 2015, 01:10:45 PM »
DaVinci Resolve Lite works best for upscaling to 1920 wide.
I uploaded same jpg and tiff examples, upscaled by resolve to 1920x480 resolution. (In the same google drive folder link as in the post above)
Not that bad is it  ;D 8)

So it's not your camera, it's how you handle the dng's in post.
You know what they say, "we will fix that in post"


Sorry for my bad responding I have been on a vacation without internet. The dngs looks much better now! Thanks alot for that. Levas! You said that you used rawtherapee, so could you tell me a little bit about the workflow and what you have done with the dngs? With the rawtherapee can you edit all the dngs in a specific folder on the same time? I prefer to keep the dngs as dngs and then upscale and edit in premiere pro cc! Thanks alot for your help Levas!

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Raw Video / Re: 600d serious raw problem! plz help!
« on: July 25, 2015, 11:49:40 PM »
Does this works? https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mDAyOt5Qr0Z29qYl92QWFvbkU/view and https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mDAyOt5Qr0UnIwU2VpREJPWVU/view It is not that much in the first but you will see it around leaves!

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Raw Video / Re: 600d serious raw problem! plz help!
« on: July 25, 2015, 11:20:30 PM »
Thanks a lot! Now I starts to understand this! :D :'( But how do I upload files to forum, I am new on the forum so I don't know!

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Raw Video / Re: 600d serious raw problem! plz help!
« on: July 25, 2015, 08:26:44 PM »
Thanks for all your replys! and excuse for my bad english! :-[ But for me the the crop mode is not an alternative! I shot a lot of actionsports with glidecam and crop mode is too inzoomed! Here is a video that is'nt shot in crop mode with the t3i/600d and there is no problems! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6gM9zMfJi8 So I don't understand why just my camera creates so much of aliasing artifacts! Maybe I need a better lens with better glass? now I have the kit lins 18-55mm! So the only way to fix this is post production or buy a better camera?

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Raw Video / Re: 600d serious raw problem! plz help!
« on: July 25, 2015, 12:11:24 PM »
But how do I do that? and will not the picture when get much more in zoomed? I want to keep it at 18mm!
is there anything wrong with just my camera, or why does it not work as usual?

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Raw Video / 600d serious raw problem! plz help!
« on: July 25, 2015, 12:32:22 AM »
Hi, first I would say that I really enjoy your work with the Magic Lantern and I am a big supporter of ML. I have a Canon 600d and I have had magic lantern on the camera in a month now and it works perfect. But I have some serious problems with raw record! I can actually record raw at 1728 resolution in 10 seconds but when I import the files to my computer I get really disappointed because on my raw files there is very much of  “aliasing artifacts from horizontal lines of pixels being skipped” I have talked with a ML user and he said just that. I have tried all things to get it working, I have tried to shoot in 720p and 1080p mode, different resolutions, both PAL and NTSC, MLRawviewer, Rawmagic and MLVFS and nothing will fix my issue. I really really want to get raw record to work because it opens much more doors otherwise the 600ds video capabilities is not that good! I have seen a lot of good raw videos with the 600d but I don't understand why just my 600d not will work! So can you guys in any way help me with my problem? I would be so thankful!

Down here I send you a picture so you easy can see what I mean!



Best regards from Olle 17 years old from Sweden 

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 600D / T3i
« on: July 25, 2015, 12:23:43 AM »
Here is a good tutorial! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxwXi1X0xGc exact the same steps for the t3i!

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 600D / T3i
« on: July 17, 2015, 05:24:38 PM »
Sorry for asking but can anyone help me with this? Every time when I am recording raw I got like blue, pink and yellow pixels around for example leaves and I don't understand why!? I have tried both Rawmagic and MLRawViewer, I have tried both Mac and PC but nothing will help me! Can anyone help me to get rid of those colored pixels?

Down here I put a picture so you guys understand what I mean!:

I am also sorry for my bad english!


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