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changed another place in power time registers:
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-        int fps_timer_b = (shamem_read(0xC0F06014) & 0xFFFF) + 1;
+        int fps_timer_b = (shamem_read(0xC0F06014) & 0xFFFF);

When fps override set this is giving corruption(pulsating minor stripes) to footage with certain presets.

Is it needed? Not sure what it´s for so erased it for the time being.
Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon EOS M
« Last post by Danne on Today at 10:53:32 AM »
More mad stuff  8)

Updated with another crop_rec preset:
mv1080p 1736x976 45fps

Please test it out. tweaked until it seemed corruption free. It should also work to reduce to let´s say 42 fps or lower with fps override.
Raw Video Postprocessing / Re: Broken MLV file
« Last post by Pe3ca on Today at 09:31:31 AM »
Solved! I was actually caused by bad sectors on external harddrive. I've used Roadkill's Unstoppable Copier and voala, It's working now (with some drop frames, but not big deal).
Thanks guys for help! :)
What branch are you using for compiling for the 5D2? Checking your autoexec.bin it says:
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Magic Lantern crop_rec-4k-5D2-eXperimental.2018Oct22.5D2212
Camera   : 5D2
Firmware : 212
Changeset: 8bfbb0ca228e+ (crop_rec_4k_5D2) tip
Built on : 2018-10-23 05:49:51 by [email protected]
Tried downloading a 7D version from  Branch: lua_fix but it from will not work with from iso-research branch.
I was explaining to another user , the source link is here with all the bits to work with 10-12bit FHD

Have you tried "Digit Poke" ?
You manually input any reg. number & change it's parameters
Look like 7d not define , for some reason.
will needs to be fix , I can't help much with this as a 7d is needed .
when I catch up on the my coding of the crop_rec module for 5d2
then I can help more .

to read lasts back post for nightly and more in exp.  , seem not be all perfect.
but later many updates , now are months of silence.
I think we are in the near end or? :(
Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 7D Mark I
« Last post by domo94 on Today at 06:23:03 AM »
New tests & experimentation lead me to new issues on the 2.0.6.
NOT a game changer, just things to note.

I left a little video there to explain what's going on...

But basically 720p 60fps with FPS OVERRIDE kinda just messes up the image & everything when shooting RAW 14 bit.

All settings and information is here.
Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 60D
« Last post by nodymoha on Today at 05:49:56 AM »
Is there anyway to enable lossless compression in 12 Bit raw video?
Magic Lantern Forum and Site Discussion / TELEGRAM CHAT! :P
« Last post by domo94 on Today at 05:31:09 AM »
I came across a curious thread on Reddit (which is basically dead for Magic Lantern) but somebody brought up an amazing point - why don't we have a telegram chat?

I feel communication would be a lot smoother for many basic things and it would connect and keep the community together and alive.

I wouldn't mind starting it and mediating everything necessary, but I'd love all you active people to participate and keep this community Lanterners even more alive!

I think it's perfect.
Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 7D Mark I
« Last post by domo94 on Today at 02:39:31 AM »
For the most part, which I'd have to do more extensive testing & casual shoots to see what the camera performs like - was the responsiveness.

The 2.0.3 build seemed very smooth & responsive, almost little to no lag WHERE EVER I was flipping through the menus.

2.0.6 seems to slow down at times, lag a bit, freeze for a moment or so then catch up, not to mention the earlier issue I mentioned about global draw specs getting kind of stuck on the screen when filming and changing up a bit every now and then. Let me recreate that issue tonight & upload what I mean. I never had that before in 2.0.3 that I ever remember.

I think with more love, 2.0.6 would be perfect and just as stable.

I just invited a friend who was paid 6 figures by the school because of his expertise in coding to join the Magic Lantern development train and help us develop this further. I wanted him to spend his time with me somehow since he endured a terrible accident a year ago and kind of does nothing now. I need to catch him up to speed on what to do for this.
Share Your Videos / Re: Venice Italy - Coloured in Lightroom
« Last post by dfort on Today at 02:08:42 AM »
That's how I like my vacations -- in slow motion!
(Tell that to my wife.)

So, which 24-70mm lens did you use? Some of them (including the Canon f/2.8 ) don't have image stabilization and your footage looks very smooth.
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