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from my experience, dual iso in mlvapp is good for close object with no problem.. but for far object eg. trees or fence that has narrow structure will show red, green, blue pixels scattered around the edge.. sometimes it can be fixed by CA desaturate.

btw.. thanks for mlvapp new update.

General Development / Re: LiveView hacks (write speed improvement)
« on: April 15, 2022, 06:27:00 PM »
Yes, ML700D, I just edited my post. 

You are a big fan of Dual ISO, aren't you?  Well, I have very good news for you.  Your 700D creates miracles with Dual ISO 100/800 with the Full-res LV preset at 18 fps now: 1736x2928/10bit/18fps/1/33s.  You have to be very careful with exposure though.  Even slight over or underexposure will produce corrupt frames.   But once you get it right, you will enjoy a very clean and naturally looking image.  Just give it a try and report back!

nice.. ok, I will try it later, I'm big fan of Bilal's crop rec 4k 😁
could you give me mlv sample of that setting? I want to see.

thanks IDA_ML.

General Development / Re: LiveView hacks (write speed improvement)
« on: April 14, 2022, 08:15:16 AM »
for shutter problem you can use build instead..

nice.. thanks bilal 🥳

thanks a lot masc! 🥳

I will try it later...

hi masc,
is there an easy way to compile mlvapp?
I couldn't compile using qt6 and got an error like no "make" or "qmake" something like that..


nice result.. 👍
UHD 1x3 is my favorite..
but bilal's crop_rec_4k is the real favorite.. 🎥

btw bilal,
why when use 1fps overrides lv looks very choppy, lag and changing darker then brighter like that?

nice.. 👍

Share Your Videos / Re: dolby vision on outdoor footage
« on: March 23, 2022, 06:40:24 PM »
noo way.. I need crystal ball 🔮 to find out then.. 😁

Share Your Videos / Re: Cinematic time-lapse
« on: March 23, 2022, 06:01:00 PM »
the liveview and all stuff will work with 1fps too :o :D :D so it's better to set everything before turning the fps override on.
ok. noted

have you tried the original nightly build for your cam? maybe it will lack some functions and SD card overclocking, but for such low speed recording it is not necessary anyway. which makes it possible to shoot timelapses with cameras that have even the slowest SD controller.

never tried.. but I will try to experiment later

Share Your Videos / Re: Cinematic time-lapse
« on: March 23, 2022, 04:18:09 PM »
yes you're right, I failed to record using 1 fps on the bright scene and I got error, the fps overrides always changing back and forward from 1 to 25 fps I don't know why.. the live view is so lag too.

nice tips and trick.. thanks.

Share Your Videos / Cinematic time-lapse
« on: March 23, 2022, 03:15:53 PM »
using ML feature FPS overrides
workflow mlv app + premiere pro

Share Your Videos / Re: dolby vision on outdoor footage
« on: March 23, 2022, 02:34:56 PM »
what is the setting? I noticed your raw white level is high

nice scene even using standard rec.709 in MLVapp setting gives pop in detail

Share Your Videos / Re: dolby vision on outdoor footage
« on: March 23, 2022, 01:22:30 PM »
thanks a lot!

just a bit suggestion, in MLVapp sidebar I think it's better to put profile tab and lut tab above processing tab
so we don't have to scrolling up and down when choosing different profile or enable creative adjustment and lut.
this is more convenient I think.

Share Your Videos / Re: dolby vision on outdoor footage
« on: March 22, 2022, 02:33:23 AM »
may I have raw of the closeup at the end of your footage for testing? thanks.

thanks bilal, I just did and works fine.

I tried fps overrides 1 fps but the result was not as expected, looks laggy instead of time-lapse.
I set 25fps crop_rec 1x3 4K preset then change in menu to 1 fps overrides.
export to h264 for testing.

why? thanks b4.

Visual C++ libs are not needed, because it is not really compatilbe with many standard C/C++ libraries - we use mingw+Qt. All needed libraries are included in the package. 1.12 and 1.13 also should have the same dependencies. Maybe 1.13 was compiled with a newer Qt, which often has different system requirements than older versions. If you find a system where it works: in menu->help->about Qt, you can see which Qt library was used to build the release.

For getting more information on Windows systems, I think you'll have to install the entire Qt framework and debug with this. macOS brings a very detailed crash report and tells exactly the reason... unfortunately Windows doesn't do this.
I see..
thanks masc.

visual c++ redistributable maybe?

I see, thanks bilal

btw have you ever try this 0x12 things?

@Levas thank you anyway :)

@ML700D but.. is this a standart canon preview? what about actual recorded raw footage?

no, that is ML live view, the footages are both same when open in mlvapp and mlv_play afaik.

Edit: you can't see changes to raw type in canon liveview, but it will do show up in ML preview, the slow low resolution preview option available in raw video menu.
I will try ss from mlv_play later.. sorry.

Here are some test 0x10 and 0x12 at ISO 12800

0x10 using binning mode 1x3 looks greenish with striped like horizontal line

0x10 crop_rec OFF ISO 12800

change to 0x12

0x12 ISO 12800

I didn't see any different so far.. except using binning 1x3 with iso 12800 got very dark image

I didn't see any vertical line but horizontal line
I will try again later and see if there is any difference.

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