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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #150 on: May 28, 2013, 04:39:02 PM »
it works but what about the sound

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #151 on: May 28, 2013, 05:35:02 PM »
Well, I got RAW video working on my 60D. Here's a 1280 X 720 test of my face. My post workflow is pretty hilarious. I use my macbook pro and raw2dng to convert the raw file, put the frames back on my sd card and load it on my PC running CS3 (yes, 3), open frames on ACR, color correct/grade the images and save them as tif files. put the tif files back on my sd card, back to my macbook, open the tifs in FCPX and create a sequence for edit and further color correction/grading if needed. Like I said, it's a hilarious post workflow but it's the only way I can process the files in ACR at the moment.

I'm blown away by the detail, etc. of RAW video. So much flexibility in regards to color correcting and grading too.

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #152 on: May 28, 2013, 06:29:58 PM »
all_features.h

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/**
 * Main ML feature set
 *
 * You can:
 *
 * 1) include this file from platform/CAMERA/features.h (recommended for stable ports) and override a few things,
 *       or
 * 2) you can start from scratch with a minimal feature set (just define what you need).
 *
 * Basically, if feature X works on most cameras, it's probably a good idea to put it here.
 *
 * If feature X depends on some backend thingie, you can add the condition here
 *
 * e.g.
 *
 *      #ifdef CONFIG_VARIANGLE_DISPLAY
 *          #define FEATURE_IMAGE_ORIENTATION
 *          #define FEATURE_AUTO_MIRRORING_HACK
 *      #endif
 *
 * can be read as "all cameras with a flip-out display will have these two features".
 *
 */

/** Audio menu **/

//#ifdef CONFIG_AUDIO_CONTROLS
//    #define FEATURE_ANALOG_GAIN
//    #define FEATURE_DIGITAL_GAIN
//    #define FEATURE_AGC_TOGGLE
//    #define FEATURE_WIND_FILTER
//    #define FEATURE_INPUT_SOURCE
//    #define FEATURE_MIC_POWER
//    #define FEATURE_HEADPHONE_MONITORING
//    #define FEATURE_HEADPHONE_OUTPUT_VOLUME
//#endif

   #define FEATURE_AUDIO_METERS
   #define FEATURE_BEEP
   #define FEATURE_WAV_RECORDING
//   #define FEATURE_VOICE_TAGS

/** Expo menu **/

    #define FEATURE_EXPO_ISO_DIGIC

#ifdef CONFIG_PROP_REQUEST_CHANGE
    #define FEATURE_WHITE_BALANCE
    #define FEATURE_EXPO_ISO
    #define FEATURE_EXPO_ISO_HTP
    #define FEATURE_EXPO_SHUTTER
    #define FEATURE_EXPO_APERTURE
    //~ #define FEATURE_INTERMEDIATE_ISO_PHOTO_DISPLAY // only for rebels, not for high-end bodies
    //~ #define FEATURE_INTERMEDIATE_ISO_INTERCEPT_SCROLLWHEEL // 550D trick

    #define FEATURE_PICSTYLE
    #define FEATURE_REC_PICSTYLE

    #define FEATURE_EXPO_LOCK
    #define FEATURE_EXPO_PRESET
    #define FEATURE_ML_AUTO_ISO

//#ifdef CONFIG_EXPSIM
//    #define FEATURE_EXPSIM
//#endif

    #define FEATURE_EXPO_OVERRIDE

//#ifdef CONFIG_RAW_PHOTO
//    #define FEATURE_AUTO_ETTR
//#endif

#endif

/** Overlay menu **/

    #define FEATURE_GLOBAL_DRAW
//    #define FEATURE_ZEBRA
//    #define FEATURE_ZEBRA_FAST
    #define FEATURE_FOCUS_PEAK
    //~ #define FEATURE_FOCUS_PEAK_DISP_FILTER // too slow
    #define FEATURE_MAGIC_ZOOM
    #define FEATURE_CROPMARKS
    #define FEATURE_GHOST_IMAGE
    #define FEATURE_SPOTMETER
    #define FEATURE_FALSE_COLOR
    #define FEATURE_HISTOGRAM
    #define FEATURE_WAVEFORM
    #define FEATURE_VECTORSCOPE

    #define FEATURE_OVERLAYS_IN_PLAYBACK_MODE


#if defined(CONFIG_RAW_PHOTO) || defined(CONFIG_RAW_LIVEVIEW)
    #define FEATURE_RAW_HISTOGRAM
    #define FEATURE_RAW_SPOTMETER
#endif

#ifdef CONFIG_RAW_PHOTO
    #define FEATURE_RAW_ZEBRAS
#endif
//
/** Movie menu **/
    #define FEATURE_NITRATE
    //~ #define FEATURE_NITRATE_WAV_RECORD // not user-proof at all
    //~ #define FEATURE_VIDEO_HACKS // for experts only

   #define FEATURE_REC_INDICATOR
    #define FEATURE_MOVIE_LOGGING
    #define FEATURE_MOVIE_RESTART
    //~ #define FEATURE_MOVIE_AUTOSTOP_RECORDING // will be moved to scripts
    #define FEATURE_REC_NOTIFY
    //~ #define FEATURE_REC_NOTIFY_BEEP // this may interfere with sound recording, so only enable it where we know it works
    #define FEATURE_MOVIE_REC_KEY
    #define FEATURE_FORCE_LIVEVIEW

#ifdef CONFIG_PROP_REQUEST_CHANGE
    #define FEATURE_SHUTTER_LOCK
#endif

#ifdef CONFIG_FRAME_ISO_OVERRIDE
    #define FEATURE_GRADUAL_EXPOSURE
#endif

    #define FEATURE_FPS_OVERRIDE
    #define FEATURE_FPS_RAMPING
    #define FEATURE_FPS_WAV_RECORD

#ifdef CONFIG_FRAME_ISO_OVERRIDE
    #define FEATURE_HDR_VIDEO
    //~ #define FEATURE_HDR_EXTENDED // for experts only
#endif

    #define FEATURE_IMAGE_EFFECTS

    #define FEATURE_VIGNETTING_CORRECTION

#ifdef CONFIG_FRAME_SHUTTER_OVERRIDE
    #define FEATURE_SHUTTER_FINE_TUNING
#endif

    // 50D movie hacks
    //~ #define FEATURE_MOVIE_RECORDING_50D
    //~ #define FEATURE_MOVIE_RECORDING_50D_SHUTTER_HACK
    //~ #define FEATURE_LVAE_EXPO_LOCK

/** Shoot menu **/

//#ifdef CONFIG_PROP_REQUEST_CHANGE
//    #define FEATURE_HDR_BRACKETING
//#endif
//    #define FEATURE_INTERVALOMETER
    //~ #define FEATURE_INTERVALOMETER_MOVIE // will be moved to scripts

//#ifdef CONFIG_PROP_REQUEST_CHANGE
//    #define FEATURE_BULB_RAMPING
//    #define FEATURE_BULB_TIMER
//#endif

//#ifdef CONFIG_LCD_SENSOR
//    #define FEATURE_LCD_SENSOR_REMOTE
//#endif
//    #define FEATURE_AUDIO_REMOTE_SHOT
//    #define FEATURE_MOTION_DETECT
//    #define FEATURE_SILENT_PIC
    //~ #define FEATURE_SILENT_PIC_HIRES
    //~ #define FEATURE_SILENT_PIC_JPG // bleeding edge

//#ifdef CONFIG_PROP_REQUEST_CHANGE
//    #define FEATURE_MLU
//    #define FEATURE_MLU_HANDHELD

    //~ #define FEATURE_MLU_HANDHELD_DEBUG
    //~ #define FEATURE_MLU_DIRECT_PRINT_SHORTCUT // for 5Dc

//    #define FEATURE_FLASH_TWEAKS
    //~ #define FEATURE_LV_3RD_PARTY_FLASH // rebels only

    // can do permanent damage, for research only!
    //~ #define FEATURE_PICQ_DANGEROUS
//#endif

 //   #define FEATURE_SNAP_SIM


#ifdef CONFIG_RAW_LIVEVIEW
    #define FEATURE_SILENT_PIC_RAW_BURST
    //~ #define FEATURE_SILENT_PIC_RAW // - compatibility mode; define only one of those, not both
#endif

//#ifdef CONFIG_RAW_PHOTO
//    #define FEATURE_POST_DEFLICKER
//#endif

/** Focus menu **/
//    #define FEATURE_TRAP_FOCUS

//#ifdef CONFIG_PROP_REQUEST_CHANGE
//    #define FEATURE_FOLLOW_FOCUS
//    #define FEATURE_RACK_FOCUS
//    #define FEATURE_FOCUS_STACKING
//    #define FEATURE_AF_PATTERNS
    //~ #define FEATURE_MOVIE_AF // not reliable
//#endif

/** Display menu **/
//    #define FEATURE_LV_BRIGHTNESS_CONTRAST
//    #define FEATURE_LV_SATURATION
    #define FEATURE_LV_DISPLAY_GAIN
//    #define FEATURE_COLOR_SCHEME
//    #define FEATURE_CLEAR_OVERLAYS

//#ifdef CONFIG_DISPLAY_FILTERS
//    #define FEATURE_DEFISHING_PREVIEW
//    #define FEATURE_ANAMORPHIC_PREVIEW
//#endif

#ifdef CONFIG_ELECTRONIC_LEVEL
#ifdef CONFIG_PROP_REQUEST_CHANGE
    #define FEATURE_LEVEL_INDICATOR
#endif
#endif

//    #define FEATURE_SCREEN_LAYOUT
//    #define FEATURE_IMAGE_POSITION
//    #define FEATURE_UPSIDE_DOWN

//#ifdef CONFIG_VARIANGLE_DISPLAY
//#ifdef CONFIG_PROP_REQUEST_CHANGE
//    #define FEATURE_IMAGE_ORIENTATION   // for flip-out display only
//    #define FEATURE_AUTO_MIRRORING_HACK
//#endif
//#endif

//    #define FEATURE_FORCE_HDMI_VGA
//    #define FEATURE_UNIWB_CORRECTION

    //~ #define FEATURE_DISPLAY_SHAKE // looks ugly :P

/** Prefs menu **/

//    #define FEATURE_SET_MAINDIAL
//    #define FEATURE_PLAY_EXPOSURE_FUSION
//    #define FEATURE_PLAY_COMPARE_IMAGES
//    #define FEATURE_PLAY_TIMELAPSE
//    #define FEATURE_PLAY_EXPOSURE_ADJUST
//    #define FEATURE_PLAY_422

//    #define FEATURE_IMAGE_REVIEW_PLAY
//    #define FEATURE_QUICK_ZOOM
//#ifdef CONFIG_Q_MENU_PLAYBACK
//    #define FEATURE_LV_BUTTON_PROTECT
//    #define FEATURE_LV_BUTTON_RATE
//#endif
//    #define FEATURE_QUICK_ERASE

//#ifdef CONFIG_PROP_REQUEST_CHANGE
//    #define FEATURE_LV_ZOOM_SETTINGS
//    #define FEATURE_LV_ZOOM_SHARP_CONTRAST
//    #ifdef CONFIG_EXPSIM
//    #define FEATURE_LV_ZOOM_AUTO_EXPOSURE
//    #endif
    //~ #define FEATURE_ZOOM_TRICK_5D3 // not reliable

//    #define FEATURE_LV_FOCUS_BOX_FAST
//    #define FEATURE_LV_FOCUS_BOX_SNAP
//    #define FEATURE_LV_FOCUS_BOX_AUTOHIDE

//    #define FEATURE_ARROW_SHORTCUTS

//    #define FEATURE_STICKY_DOF
 //   #define FEATURE_STICKY_HALFSHUTTER
    //~ #define FEATURE_AUTO_BURST_PICQ // rebels only

//#endif
    //~ #define FEATURE_SWAP_MENU_ERASE // useful for 60D only

//    #define FEATURE_WARNINGS_FOR_BAD_SETTINGS

//#ifdef CONFIG_PROP_REQUEST_CHANGE
//    #define FEATURE_POWERSAVE_LIVEVIEW
//#endif

//    #define FEATURE_LV_DISPLAY_PRESETS

    //~ #define FEATURE_EYEFI_TRICKS  // EyeFi tricks confirmed working only on 600D-60D

    //~ #define FEATURE_KEN_ROCKWELL_ZOOM_5D3

    //~ #define FEATURE_DIGITAL_ZOOM_SHORTCUT_600D

/** Debug menu **/

    //~ #define FEATURE_SHOW_OVERLAY_FPS

    #define FEATURE_SCREENSHOT
    #define FEATURE_SCREENSHOT_422

    #define FEATURE_DONT_CLICK_ME

    #define FEATURE_SHOW_TASKS
    #define FEATURE_SHOW_CPU_USAGE
    #define FEATURE_SHOW_GUI_EVENTS

    #define FEATURE_SHOW_IMAGE_BUFFERS_INFO
    #define FEATURE_SHOW_FREE_MEMORY
    #define FEATURE_SHOW_SHUTTER_COUNT
    #define FEATURE_SHOW_CMOS_TEMPERATURE
    #define FEATURE_SHOW_EDMAC_INFO

    //~ #define FEATURE_SHOW_SIGNATURE // useful when developing
    //~ #define FEATURE_GUIMODE_TEST // dangerous
    //~ #define FEATURE_SHOW_STATE_FPS // useful for finding vsync hooks


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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #153 on: May 28, 2013, 06:49:50 PM »
My unscientific test using RAW on the 60D, off of the Vision Log and Vision Color profiles (not as detrimental in RAW as is w/ h264).

This was a shot test using the Magic Lantern early 60D code for RAW frame shooting. My main points of interest were in skin tones, resolution and latitude.
WORK NOTES
1.   The RAW workflow, for those who are unfamiliar w/ RAW still photography, is a very painstaking process. It is well worth it, but it isn’t as quick and immediate as in recording video. Keep in mind, filming in RAW is NOT video, they are still frames in a sequence (just to clarify that there isn’t such a thing as RAW VIDEO in the most literal sense).
2.   These were filmed at 960x408, a 2.35:1 frame crop, which lead to much longer scene filming through the 20MBps data cap limit of the 60D’s SD card buffer.
3.   The frame processing was done in Lightroom 4, which consisted of white balance correction (early code has a magenta shift), recovering highlights allowing from 1-2 stops of recovery and pulling up the blacks to flatten back to the Log look setup (shot on Vision Log).
4.   Finally, the frames were batch exported w/ a 1920px horizontal upscale in JPEG 100% quality, then imported as a frame sequence in premiere for editing.
5.   Color grading was done via a DPX export into AE CS6 and final delivery in h.264 at 28Mbps (Blu Ray quality).
This process reminds me SO much of processing film digitally. Additionally, the 960x408 upscale gives a very similar resolution to Super 16mm film. So as a fan of films such as The Hurt Locker, Hustle And Flow, The Wrestler and Black Swan, I’ve zero problem with the high latitude, but smooth-softened look of super 16 in a digital form :)
The resolution is MUCH better than the h264 files and the latitude isn't even comparable. Shooting in RAW gives such a large latitude advantage, it becomes a totally different conversation altogether. Much like shooting on film, you realize you can play much more w/ the imagery and don't need to be as protective of the highlights as you do when shooting video. It's a very different mindset and a much needed upgrade.
A GIGANTIC THANK YOU to the Magic Lantern team for putting all of their efforts into this!

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #154 on: May 28, 2013, 06:55:44 PM »
@KahL - Picture Style choice does not affect raw video recording in any way :)
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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #155 on: May 28, 2013, 07:06:39 PM »
@KahL - Picture Style choice does not affect raw video recording in any way :)

You're right for the most part, especially w/ this early code's magenta shift issues. However whenever I'm shooting stills in RAW, the picture style still shows through. It's not as heavy as it would be had it been in jpeg, but the characteristics remain somewhat I've seen.

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #156 on: May 28, 2013, 07:10:29 PM »
@KahL - Picture Style choice does not affect raw video recording in any way :)

I'm curious, what picture profile does it record the frames in?

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #157 on: May 28, 2013, 07:11:34 PM »
You're right for the most part, especially w/ this early code's magenta shift issues. However whenever I'm shooting stills in RAW, the picture style still shows through. It's not as heavy as it would be had it been in jpeg, but the characteristics remain somewhat I've seen.

It's impossible as the LV feed is intercepted and recorded as raw data straight from the sensor. The raw data does not pass through anything picture style related as it would for H.264 or Jpeg. Try changing your PS (but not exposure settings) and you will see the image remains the same no matter what PS you have selected.
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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #158 on: May 28, 2013, 07:15:59 PM »
It's impossible as the LV feed is intercepted and recorded as raw data straight from the sensor. The raw data does not pass through anything picture style related as it would for H.264 or Jpeg. Try changing your PS (but not exposure settings) and you will see the image remains the same no matter what PS you have selected.

That makes sense. So the picture profile is only for LiveView and has no impact on the RAW frames..

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #159 on: May 28, 2013, 07:19:41 PM »
Yes, so it's a good idea to use the raw histogram for exposure ;)
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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #160 on: May 28, 2013, 07:29:50 PM »
Yes, so it's a good idea to use the raw histogram for exposure ;)

And a contrasty, sharp picture profile for LiveView to help with critical focus?

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #161 on: May 28, 2013, 07:57:05 PM »
That makes sense. So the picture profile is only for LiveView and has no impact on the RAW frames..

Makes sense then :)

Someone also mentioned being able to shoot in 1120x468 resolution, though I'm not seeing this on the 60D. Is this possible here, or is it a product of the 600D and 550D?

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #162 on: May 28, 2013, 10:37:39 PM »
My unscientific test using RAW on the 60D, off of the Vision Log and Vision Color profiles (not as detrimental in RAW as is w/ h264).

This was a shot test using the Magic Lantern early 60D code for RAW frame shooting. My main points of interest were in skin tones, resolution and latitude.
WORK NOTES
1.   The RAW workflow, for those who are unfamiliar w/ RAW still photography, is a very painstaking process. It is well worth it, but it isn’t as quick and immediate as in recording video. Keep in mind, filming in RAW is NOT video, they are still frames in a sequence (just to clarify that there isn’t such a thing as RAW VIDEO in the most literal sense).
2.   These were filmed at 960x408, a 2.35:1 frame crop, which lead to much longer scene filming through the 20MBps data cap limit of the 60D’s SD card buffer.
3.   The frame processing was done in Lightroom 4, which consisted of white balance correction (early code has a magenta shift), recovering highlights allowing from 1-2 stops of recovery and pulling up the blacks to flatten back to the Log look setup (shot on Vision Log).
4.   Finally, the frames were batch exported w/ a 1920px horizontal upscale in JPEG 100% quality, then imported as a frame sequence in premiere for editing.
5.   Color grading was done via a DPX export into AE CS6 and final delivery in h.264 at 28Mbps (Blu Ray quality).
This process reminds me SO much of processing film digitally. Additionally, the 960x408 upscale gives a very similar resolution to Super 16mm film. So as a fan of films such as The Hurt Locker, Hustle And Flow, The Wrestler and Black Swan, I’ve zero problem with the high latitude, but smooth-softened look of super 16 in a digital form :)
The resolution is MUCH better than the h264 files and the latitude isn't even comparable. Shooting in RAW gives such a large latitude advantage, it becomes a totally different conversation altogether. Much like shooting on film, you realize you can play much more w/ the imagery and don't need to be as protective of the highlights as you do when shooting video. It's a very different mindset and a much needed upgrade.
A GIGANTIC THANK YOU to the Magic Lantern team for putting all of their efforts into this!

Great! I love the raw noise :)

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #163 on: May 28, 2013, 10:44:38 PM »
My unscientific test using RAW on the 60D, off of the Vision Log and Vision Color profiles (not as detrimental in RAW as is w/ h264).

This was a shot test using the Magic Lantern early 60D code for RAW frame shooting. My main points of interest were in skin tones, resolution and latitude.
WORK NOTES
1.   The RAW workflow, for those who are unfamiliar w/ RAW still photography, is a very painstaking process. It is well worth it, but it isn’t as quick and immediate as in recording video. Keep in mind, filming in RAW is NOT video, they are still frames in a sequence (just to clarify that there isn’t such a thing as RAW VIDEO in the most literal sense).
2.   These were filmed at 960x408, a 2.35:1 frame crop, which lead to much longer scene filming through the 20MBps data cap limit of the 60D’s SD card buffer.
3.   The frame processing was done in Lightroom 4, which consisted of white balance correction (early code has a magenta shift), recovering highlights allowing from 1-2 stops of recovery and pulling up the blacks to flatten back to the Log look setup (shot on Vision Log).
4.   Finally, the frames were batch exported w/ a 1920px horizontal upscale in JPEG 100% quality, then imported as a frame sequence in premiere for editing.
5.   Color grading was done via a DPX export into AE CS6 and final delivery in h.264 at 28Mbps (Blu Ray quality).
This process reminds me SO much of processing film digitally. Additionally, the 960x408 upscale gives a very similar resolution to Super 16mm film. So as a fan of films such as The Hurt Locker, Hustle And Flow, The Wrestler and Black Swan, I’ve zero problem with the high latitude, but smooth-softened look of super 16 in a digital form :)
The resolution is MUCH better than the h264 files and the latitude isn't even comparable. Shooting in RAW gives such a large latitude advantage, it becomes a totally different conversation altogether. Much like shooting on film, you realize you can play much more w/ the imagery and don't need to be as protective of the highlights as you do when shooting video. It's a very different mindset and a much needed upgrade.
A GIGANTIC THANK YOU to the Magic Lantern team for putting all of their efforts into this!

I'm looking at your test now. It's basically a daytime version of my test of the 960x404 resolutions also, which so far are the highest res stable ones (unless you count 1440 by 602 at 12fps lol). My test is here:

However, I found that the 960 resolutions are still pretty soft when upscaled to 1920 width. And noise levels are pretty high too.

Also, how do you like VisionLog? I use VisionTech mostly.

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #164 on: May 28, 2013, 10:51:56 PM »
Here is a test comparing different resolutions under a high contrast situation. I'm on the fence as far as the 960 wide resolutions are concerned. I'd gladly settle for 1280 wide without skipped frames :/



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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #165 on: May 28, 2013, 11:19:50 PM »
I'm madly in love with VisionColor, Tech and Log, but it doesn't have an affect on RAW the way I would want. However if I'm recording video, I ONLY use their picture styles.

I just picked up a 50D from Adorama an hour ago and installing ML on it now as we speak. We'll see how the "upgrade" works out :)

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #166 on: May 28, 2013, 11:21:57 PM »
New test with nightly build 28-5-2013.
960 x 540 px @ 25 fps, 16:9, 100 ISO, max. 3479 frames before buffer full.
Only magenta tint removed.

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #167 on: May 28, 2013, 11:27:02 PM »
New test with nightly build 28-5-2013.
960 x 540 px @ 25 fps, 16:9, max. 3479 frames before buffer full.
Only magenta tint removed.


FYI only uploaded as 480p on your link

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #168 on: May 28, 2013, 11:28:48 PM »
Hey guys,

Not too sure what's happening but I am seeing some small red, blue, and yellow lines scattered throughout my dngs… Anyone know if a way to fix?
http://oi39.tinypic.com/a79n4.jpg

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #169 on: May 28, 2013, 11:46:04 PM »
Umm that looks like physical light leak?  normal stills work ok?

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #170 on: May 28, 2013, 11:47:15 PM »
I'm madly in love with VisionColor, Tech and Log, but it doesn't have an affect on RAW the way I would want. However if I'm recording video, I ONLY use their picture styles.

I just picked up a 50D from Adorama an hour ago and installing ML on it now as we speak. We'll see how the "upgrade" works out :)

Damn, I wish I had the money to splurge on a 50D right now :( Let me know how they compare. I'm mostly interested in the noise comparisons, the 50D looks so clean while the 60D has a bunch of noise in the RAWs.

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #171 on: May 28, 2013, 11:49:44 PM »
Hey guys,

Not too sure what's happening but I am seeing some small red, blue, and yellow lines scattered throughout my dngs… Anyone know if a way to fix?
http://i39.tinypic.com/a79n4.png

IS THAT A DOUBLE RAINBOW?! haha, but yeah i see what you mean on the right side of the frame. Same was happening to me last night, higher ISOs made it worse. I'm not sure what it is, and it stayed on the same areas so I'm just hoping it's not my sensor dying :(

kotik

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #172 on: May 28, 2013, 11:51:55 PM »
FYI only uploaded as 480p on your link

Strange, was uploaded as 960 x 540px.

Fixed, uploaded as 1080p:
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« Reply #173 on: May 29, 2013, 12:01:02 AM »
Umm that looks like physical light leak?  normal stills work ok?

Yea, the light leak is from the sun but on the side of the image is where those lines are

I took a sample shot and they're not there… just in the dng's :(

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Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« Reply #174 on: May 29, 2013, 12:59:51 AM »
so while mirror is up in live view possibly thats where the leak is and not when a standard picture is taken?