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Started by dlrpgmsvc, May 22, 2013, 12:11:45 PM
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Quote from: dlrpgmsvc on July 07, 2013, 08:58:51 AM@rewind: it is useful if the fork you compiled will be fused into unified with on-off menu options: do you know if the author will make a pull request and with the necessary on-off menu functions?
Quote from: dlrpgmsvc on July 09, 2013, 08:57:04 PMThis thread will keep open in order to discuss 550D raw development, but... now that the nightly build is integrated with the raw_rec module, do the builds linked in the first post have still reason to stay ?
Quote from: mk11174 on July 10, 2013, 02:00:14 PMI guess it depends if the nightly builds come with ettr, pic_view and file_man which the versions in here do come with, maybe these are important to some people, I have not used a nightly build in awhile so I am not sure what they included, I always build myself. If everyone is happy then I would say they are not needed. I have not noticed any new updates in a long time, I hope the developers have not given up on the ML developing.
Quote from: -sandro- on July 12, 2013, 03:30:44 PMHi, i just tried various frame rates, is it normal on 720p frames I get extreme moiré and bad quality (in terms of detail)? I'm not sure but maybe the real gain in resolution only starts at 1080p frames? Does 720p on 5d mk3 (the heaven for raw) look as bad ?
Quote from: Soupertrooper on July 13, 2013, 07:56:51 AMI imagine to avoid moire you would need to get an anti aliasing filter. the 5d mk3 already has one built in I believe, so the shots look sharp and there is no false color.From what I understand, I could be wrong.
Quote from: -sandro- on July 13, 2013, 03:58:21 PMthe quality I'm seeing is the best one I can get, it just looks bad for being a "720P" image
Quote from: samhodge on July 15, 2013, 12:34:30 PMHey GuysI heard about your firmware a few weeks ago and thought I would try it out.To me good colour accuracy and no compression is more important to me than resolution.I work in visual effects so the thought of dealing with a stair stepped 8 bit moving image makes me shudder.Anyway I put up a couple of tech tests stopping the exposure up and down with the firmware you have put out there:My Cat, with fur detail which would get lost in compressionA bowl of fruitIt shows the dynamic range of the image, the compression artifacts are questionable, because you are looking at footage that is compressed out of Nuke and then compressed again in Vimeo.Everything seems to work as it says on the tin.What is a decent card to be using to get the maximum throughput. I bought a Class 10 Ultra SanDisk 30Mb/s Card but it scarely does about 8Mb/s in the camera.Anyway hello from Adelaide, South Australia, I hope you are having a great day.Sam
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