Karate in (Sorta) SlowMo

Started by belalkhansocial, August 05, 2019, 09:45:10 PM

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Karate video shot with 80-200 2.8 L "Magic Drainpipe" handheld.

Tried doing this thing in slow mo.

I thought I got all the bad frames out from the RAW recording but looks like a couple of them slipped through the cracks

  • Monday, 2 hours of shooting resulting in 40 minutes of footage.
  • Tuesday, 2 hours to color grade in MLV app, then about 20 hours for PC to process.
  • Wednesday, another four hours spent editing.
  • Thursday, First pass finding all the good moments which was about 10 minutes worth out of 40. Second pass was editing to audio.
  • Friday, recording the voice over and editing that in, which was about another hour. Then finally rendering out and uploading.


Nice. I like that lens. What camera was used?


Quote from: Danne on August 05, 2019, 10:38:52 PM
Nice. I like that lens. What camera was used?

EOS M, ML Raw at 1080p 46 fps setting, rendered at 60P which was then slowed down to 24p to 55% with optical flow in premiere.

First half the video was shot using single ISO at (I think 200) then dual ISO between 100 and 400. But man, rendering out the dual ISO clips took forever. Not sure if it's worth it for the workflow. I can't tell the difference...


Cool, suspected an eosm involved here.
Yeah, dualiso really maybe only useful for very contrasty scenes. But as you say. A pain in the ass to process.


Nice idea, very well done. Too bad for the glitches...



Quote from: ngemu on August 23, 2019, 09:28:15 AM
what are your computer specs?

It's a 3-year old HP Zbook laptop

Intel Xeon E3 1535 2.9Ghz
32 GB Ram
Nvidia Quadro M4000M