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You can apply the LUTs in MLVApp before exporting or in Premiere. Make sure to setup the input profile correctly.

Can you explain this? I'm having trouble grasping the workflow needed to use this lut in MLVapp.

These are the steps I took
-drag mlv file into mlv app
-color balance white (Selected the white van)
-color balance face option (selected a persons face)
-apply the alexa c-log (with camera matrix on)
-enable ektar lut
-adjust color temperature

What am I doing incorrectly?

Yeah MLV aAPP is just useless for colour isn\'t it

Edit: Lol sorry for the passive aggressive reply. But my point is that MLV App is perfectly capable of producing a cinematic image out of a good shot, and in my opinion this video is a better result than many people get with davinci resolve etc. It just takes effort and practice to get nice images, not the best software. The main thing for good looking images is having smooth highlights, in my opinion and MLV App can do that pretty perfectly. And you can add a lut in MLV App if you like that style of colour. And I admit MLV App is still not colour accurate, also the that video is not very detailed (it's more about colour).

An external recorder will still give you cr4p 8 bit colour depth the prores doen't help.

Would love if you could make a tutorial. This is absolutely beautiful. I've been playing around with mlvapp but cant seem to get my footage to look anywhere close.

Is it possible to apply these lut files to a .mov file exported from mlvapp and imported into adobe premiere?

Sorry this is probably answered already but I can't seem to find the issue.

I have some MLV files but upon playing them in MLVapp, the video does not play continuously and just jumps back and forth between 2 frames.

Is this an MLVapp issue or did I mess up my settings in magic lantern.

General Help Q&A / MLV files too big, how can i reduce size?
« on: June 30, 2019, 11:07:49 AM »
Hello all, this is my first time operating a camera and shooting in raw.

I'm blown away at the quality coming out of my eos-m (thank you Danne!) but I just realized I'm bottlenecked by my laptop in handling such large files. A 1 minute video at a size of 2 GB is a bit shocking to me. Playback on MLVAPP and adobe premiere is extremely choppy.

Are there any menu items that you recommend for me to change such as bitrate or resolution? Is there such a thing as an optimal setting for "general purpose" youtube videos?

Thank you!

Share Your Videos / Re: ['Insert clickbait here']
« on: June 20, 2019, 03:55:21 AM »
Absolutely stunning. I think i've watched it 3 times now back to back. I even feel more youthful and refreshed after watching it.

You are a talented man!

What stabilizer did you use? How much time did it take you to edit all the videos? just a single 35mm for all the shots?

Share Your Videos / 100D (SL1) with magic lantern test footage
« on: June 19, 2019, 04:05:07 AM »

Not sure why my footage comes out more film like and grainy. My current settings are

Canon efs 24mm pancake
.9x bit rate
24 fps
crop mode - mv1080p_mv720p mode
raw on, 1280x720, 16:9, 14 bit lossless

In addition, would a jump from my current 100d (sl1) to a mirrorless eos-m a big difference? Even though regarded as the smallest dslr, its still way too big for me to be considered as an everyday carry camera that can fit into my jacket pocket.

Share Your Videos / Re: Deserted Castle - Canon 100D raw
« on: June 19, 2019, 03:58:30 AM »
what settings and lens are you using? All my footage looks more film like and grainey and not as clear as yours.

I'm using .9x bit rate
24 fps
crop mode - mv1080p_mv720p mode
raw on, 1280x720, 16:9, 14 bit lossless

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