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Post-processing Workflow / Re: MVLFS problem ?
« Last post by shhd on Today at 01:59:09 AM »
I apologize if the language is not good

This happened to me because I was using a copy from the developer experience and not from the approved and stable versions, and I was able to convert the file to DNG with MLV.App.v1.12 if you were using a copy of Magic Lantern other than the stable version for example 10-bit 12-bit version 14-bit or developer trial version like the one that records 4K You must use MLV.App to properly extract DNG any other application that will only work with Nightly Builds.
Movie tab --> highlight "RAW video" (make sure mlv_lite is enabled) --> press Q button --> Preview --> Framing
And then there’s this:
Is it possible to shooting from 30 FPS in Crop Mode, without greatly reducing the resolution? (I wanted to do it in Crop Mode 1, but there is only 24 or 25 available)
crop_rec and derived builds / Re: Bilal's crop_rec_4k experiments for 650D / T4i
« Last post by Icaab on Yesterday at 11:24:04 PM »
Yes, I forgot, I tried this module, but then I get bad quality and not real-time. Is there any way to fix it?
Can we talk more about ML Framing?

Movie tab --> highlight "RAW video" (make sure mlv_lite is enabled) --> press Q button --> Preview --> Framing
crop_rec and derived builds / Re: Bilal's crop_rec_4k experiments for 650D / T4i
« Last post by Icaab on Yesterday at 05:01:15 PM »
Thank you. Can we talk more about ML Framing?
I think experimental build readme and disclaimer could have a make-over. At least for lua_fix.
Camera-specific Development / Re: ML on EOS-M2
« Last post by Walter Schulz on Yesterday at 03:58:56 PM »
The OK button should be accessible by pressing one of your fingers on the OK button. The OK button is placed to the right of highlighted Cancel button.
Or use main dial to navigate to OK button (which will be highlighted) and press SET.
You might be looking for this feature:

Currently not available in ML, but feel free to investigate.
I don't know what kind of mount you are using. If you are on a slider I understand your problem. But if you have a stationary mount there should be no problem fiddling with mode dial. ATM ML cannot change modes and I seriously doubt there is any standard remote control able to override cam's button/switch control procedures.
If you really need to go for non-touch I have 2 ideas:
- Cage for camera + servo + some gear attached to mode dial. Because servo is mounted to cage you have "internal forces" at work. There may be some vibration during servo actuation, though.
- Replace mechanical mode dial with an all-electronic dial. You have to replace/isolate contacts. See for some details about dial internals. Just imagine ants gone ...
Sorry, still not clear what do you mean by "not touching"?

Some things that can be done (not exclusive):
You can use a remote with setting "Rec key" to trigger recording.
And you can use Lua, of course.
I just triggered my 650D by voice after activating "Audio Remote Shot". It will take additional pics, though. But movie start/stop is not a problem.

More details, please!

I need this to shoot a time-lapse. The camera must not move even a millimeter - therefore, you must not touch it. Sometimes during breaks you need to switch to video shooting. Sometimes, during breaks, you need to switch to video shooting, but do not move the camera. If I manually switch the mode on the video - using the mode wheels, then there is a possibility that the camera will move.

Therefore, I am looking for the simplest and cheapest solution, how to switch from time-lapse recording mode to video recording mode and vice versa.

I found an application for android "DSLR Controller", judging by the photo of the application interface - you can start recording video, but I'm not sure if you can start recording without changing the mode from manual to video recording. I can't test it now, because there is no mini usb -> type-c cable. I ordered a cable, I'm waiting for it to come and check it out.
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