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Eliminating Jello Artifacts *READ WHOLE POST*
« on: April 19, 2017, 04:12:52 AM »
I happened upon this thread, and wondered: is anyone out there exploring something like this currently? Or does anyone have any insight to offer into this issue? Obviously, bearing with the motion "jello" notwithstanding, this is the bane of the low budget dslr project.
For myself, when I finally get time to devote to solidifying my setup and workflow (assuming that ever happens...), I'm the kind of person who's not looking for anything but an all in one solution, as far as is possible. I'm using a 5d3, and hopeful since seeing content like this, especially after years of accepting that I would just, you know, not film anything moving too quickly, or settle for a less than satisfactory image. Following are the relevant links I got out of the aforementioned thread.

1. Original test video by some guy (reducing/eliminating "jello" artifacts via some kind of filter):
2. Tessive's discontinued product and explanation of concept:
3. RED's mount design incorporating filter (who can even afford to rent one of the cameras for these things anyway?):

As an afterthought, although I'm hesitant to open this can of worms lest this become the sole focus of this thread (assuming anyone reads this), I also dare to ask (bearing in mind that I'm not knowledgeable of hardware or software): in light of the video from Tessive's vimeo account explaining the phenomenon (in particular from @2:44 on wherein the guy talks about frequency response of shutter angles), is there any aspect of this that can be coded or something? Like I said, I don't understand the practical stuff, just the conceptual type stuff, and not especially well at that. Hopefully something will come of this discussion.
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