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Hello. I noticed a strange distortion in the received video after exporting in the format h265 12 bit.


(For visual purposes, see the video)
I haven’t read the details of the latest program updates, and I may be making mistakes somewhere.
Attach the original video, preset the renderer settings and properties:
or
https://mega.nz/file/JrYhXYCY#A6dC9EwDqOVlpdnuWH19yR1uk0xLd9f5T_NLOHhfmME
Export:


Settings:
https://mega.nz/file/wjZjSYQY#9ohzOys-1IsBLOhWXXX5dGlwAMqkaHkDEi87tWn7TBY
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Thank you, Masc, I will have to give it a try.
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Is there a way to tell the camera to meter on human subjects' skin tones like face and eyes as the basis, then auto ETTR and dual ISO accordingly?
I used auto ETTR and dual ISO together, and found out that they are good for the whole scene, like a street with high rising buildings under the noon sun, but the human faces may be darkened.
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Is there a way to tell the camera to meter on human subjects' skin tones like face and eyes as the basis, then auto ETTR and dual ISO accordingly?
I used auto ETTR and dual ISO together, and found out that they are good for the whole scene, like a street with high rising buildings under the noon sun, but the human faces may be darkened.
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Unfortunately, I am sorry to say that but I do not have any compiling skills whatsoever.  I don't understand what you are saying either.  If you are saying that this is quite a complicated process then there is no chance that people like me will be able to do it.  Anyway, that's not so important, we are not that many - 64 (32-bit) vs. 1613 (64-bit) users at the time of this writing.
Really... no skills needed to compile. All you need is some diskspace and time. If you are able to start a PC, you'll be able to compile a ready application. Download and install a tool, download the archive, load a file, press a compile button. And you'll get the exe which runs on your computer. This video shows the already more difficult Debug compile for MLVApp (with multiple compilers installed, so configuration window can be ignored):
While installing Qt you'll get this screen: choose mingw32 instead of mingw64.
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->As bouncyball told: you can compile it at any time yourself. The support is there... but having the 2GB+ toolchain installed 4x and doing all the release stuff 4x... no real fun. If you install an old Qt (e.g. 5.6) with mingw32, you can compile the latest commits at any time, and you don't have to wait for the releases. Same for macOS <=10.5 32bit and Linux 32bit.

Unfortunately, I am sorry to say that but I do not have any compiling skills whatsoever.  I don't understand what you are saying either.  If you are saying that this is quite a complicated process then there is no chance that people like me will be able to do it.  Anyway, that's not so important, we are not that many - 64 (32-bit) vs. 1613 (64-bit) users at the time of this writing.
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It's a pitty that the 32-bit version will no longer be available on future builds.  One of the major advantages of MLVApp is the fact that it can run on any computer including older models.  Many of them, including quite powerful Quad core ones will no longer work with MLVApp if there is no 32-bit version.
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It can be compiled manually though.
As bouncyball told: you can compile it at any time yourself. The support is there... but having the 2GB+ toolchain installed 4x and doing all the release stuff 4x... no real fun. If you install an old Qt (e.g. 5.6) with mingw32, you can compile the latest commits at any time, and you don't have to wait for the releases. Same for macOS <=10.5 32bit and Linux 32bit.
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Thank you so much, Bouncyball!

It's a pitty that the 32-bit version will no longer be available on future builds.  One of the major advantages of MLVApp is the fact that it can run on any computer including older models.  Many of them, including quite powerful Quad core ones will no longer work with MLVApp if there is no 32-bit version.
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Share Your Videos / Re: Eos M & Magic Lantern Music Video for Penelope
« Last post by nikfreak on Yesterday at 08:02:51 AM »
well done
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Camera Emergency Department / Re: [UNBRICKED] Bricked 60D Err 70
« Last post by names_are_hard on July 31, 2021, 04:51:59 PM »
I would keep the cam able to run ML, that allows running diagnostic tests.  I read the logs but didn't see anything obvious to me (I don't have experience using these logs to diagnose HW errors, only software).

If you are confident about removing the case to check for loose or disconnected cables, it might help.  If you don't feel comfortable doing this, then don't.
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