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Good find!

I'm running a build without much problems for some time now, mosty 14 bit lossless with h264 proxy.
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Nice idea about the anamorphic, I
happen to have a 1.5x one.
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The other way to get the data rate down is to shoot 1280x2368 with 1.5x anamorphics. Preferably 14 bit lossless 1280x2412 for 2.39:1 output.
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Raw Video / Re: 10-bit / 12-bit RAW on 5D Mark III, possible yes or no?
« Last post by Aeidxst on Yesterday at 10:20:55 PM »
Click on data format : 14 bit lossless
That option isn't there for me in the latest nightly build.

@Aeidxst

Download a build and install it from experiments page under "4K raw video recording; lossless compression" then you will get data format option in mlv_lite.
Oh I didn't know I need a custom build for that. Is that 10/12-bit build less stable than the regular latest nightly build?
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Tutorials and Creative Uses / Medium Format EOSM!
« Last post by garry23 on Yesterday at 10:14:17 PM »
I thought some may be interested in my latest experiments, using ML of course: realizing a medium format EOSM.

http://photography.grayheron.net/2018/10/taking-eosm-to-new-heights.html
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I'll try to find time to test @masc.
I think white level should be around 3000 but I tried getting some extra range. Wishful thinking  :P
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@Aeidxst

Download a build and install it from experiments page under "4K raw video recording; lossless compression" then you will get data format option in mlv_lite.
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Raw Video / Re: 10-bit / 12-bit RAW on 5D Mark III, possible yes or no?
« Last post by Lars Steenhoff on Yesterday at 09:42:58 PM »
Click on data format : 14 bit lossless
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Question. Could exposure tab go further towards brightness? I set whitelevel to around 6000 on this mlv file and it seems dualiso exposure could go further. Maybe the exposure slider could be expanded when dualiso is set to on?
No problem in principle. Try it out:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/4mpcad6qd9l3lo9/MainWindow.ui?dl=0
You just need to change the minimum and maximum value of the exposure slider (EV * 100).
The problem is, the precision becomes very bad, especially around 0EV it feels not good... :(

Edit: what is the correct white level? For more than ~4400 AMaZE, LMMSE and IGV do strange things in the light of your lamp...


@theBilalFakhouri: Bouncyball should be able to answer this question - I have no idea about that correction part... :D
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Is this doable?

...Now 1x3 files is cleaned perfectly even with Dual ISO files. The only small problem we have already knew it is the "height" value in "raw_info" or should I say the offsets. Using mlv_dump -v in 1736x2214 MLV file: (EDIT: of course the resolution was dropped in crop_rec not in mlv_lite, if it was from mlv_lite it will be no offsets)

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Block: RAWI
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    Res:  1736x2214
    raw_info:
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      height           2244
      width            1808

By changing the 1x3 focus map name from 80000326_1808x3508.fpm to 80000326_1808x2244.fpm now the focus pixels will be cleaned nicely in 1736x2214 files. I have tried it in MLVApp by dropping the focus pixels map in the MLVApp.exe directory.

I think we should a trick for that like using the full focus pixels map (The original one) and makes MLVApp checking the height in raw_info and make a calculation for the offsets depending on MLV files info --> Hello @masc @bouncyball @Ilia3101 is this possible ? :D

Same thing with 1x1 Binning but I think this will affect the "width" value too.

Here are MLV files in 1736x2214 Normal and with Dual ISO: Download (The internet speed is bad, will upload ASAP Edit: Uploaded).
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