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Started by John Hable, June 09, 2013, 11:18:00 PM
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Quote from: dandeliondandy on June 13, 2013, 10:20:18 PMSure,https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-tH0mvjEp1Ka2M1ajl1TjJ4X2M/edit?usp=sharingI forget the ISO exactly, but it was fairly low for how grainy the image is. I've found that it looks bad in whatever image viewer I have for Windows, but renders, normally, out great in After Effects, or at least very decent. It's possible it's something to do with the processing.This was my first attempt at a long recording. With the new ML build I got near continuous shooting on the 5DmkII at 1880x800, so this file was spanned over a few clips, and then processed using Rawanizer. Maybe somewhere down the line it had grain added, but as of now when I import the same file into AE, without the wrapper, I don't get all that noise. And since there is a bit of noise reduction added in ACR it looks much better than the normal image viewer preview.Thanks for your help!
Quote from: JulianH on June 16, 2013, 12:23:46 AMLooking very good! Haven't tried it myself yet, but definitely very interesting. I wonder though, what would be a good grading workflow? You could edit in Premiere and export to Prores 444 and go into Resolve maybe, but is there a possibility to export as .raw again, or dng or even better cinema dng...?
Quote from: iaremrsir on June 16, 2013, 05:46:08 AMSince we probably won't see sliders for a good chunk of time, how hard would it be implement a log output for the time being? I think that'd be good for dropping the , .gnr, .raw, .dng files in media encoder and exporting to prores or dnx. This gives an alternative to CineForm. You have a fast, decent looking debayer.
Quote from: breaker on June 16, 2013, 04:34:37 PMI would love to try it, but I have used my 30 days of trial some month ago. Since the plugin is used for a completely different task no i was hoping for a retry
Quote from: Danne on June 16, 2013, 06:25:41 PMI second that wish. Is there a slight posibility to activate the adobe camera raw to the native raw clips or does it have to be extracted dng,s? I believe those sliders are giving the fastest and best results when doing the basic grading.
Quote from: aaphotog on June 17, 2013, 08:21:03 AMthey were all in the plug ins common folder as you've listed.I had to move two filesGingerWrapper-PRM-mac64and another one that looked like the one I just listed but had AE in it as well. When I did that it worked!When I left those two files in both folders I got a warning stating that they were on my system twice. How do I move them both to the AE folder, but still leave them so that Premiere may use them?
Quote from: John Hable on June 17, 2013, 10:47:14 AMHi Danne. Unfortunately, that's not possible. The ACR window is tightly integrated with their raw file loader and there is no way for external developers to integrate with it.
Quote from: dandeliondandy on June 18, 2013, 03:22:13 AMJohn,Thanks, but the shot I'm talking about wasn't taken for proper exposure of the interior since I was only playing around with bringing out the highlights of the sky and brought up the darker areas to test where they stood, only. I was really just seeing how long the 5DmkII could record on my CF card on the newest build. (over two minutes on a 60mb/s card until the card was full!! Very impressive.)My concern with the image, which is by no means clean and well exposed, is that it looked much worse when processed through Ginger, than ACR, when rendered out in after effects. As you can see by the two examples I posted, the first being from Ginger, there's a large difference in amount of grain or noise and I simply wanted to figure out why. I'd love to be able to use native dng support in both AE and PPro, but there's no way I could do that currently with the way it added noise to my files. I don't believe Ginger's clean version of the raw file is it, either, as the files looked better in a image preview than when they were imported through the wrapper. And the same files, when opened with only ACR's base processing, looked about the same as the preview. Ginger added noise and color distortion.I'm hoping it's simply a setting I haven't set properly.Thanks!
Quote from: Danne on June 17, 2013, 02:04:50 PMHi! Since the rawstream doesn,t include any hot/dead pixelremoval like when processed as dng,s I wonder what to tolerate here. Especially when in 5x mode and on high iso I have som dead pixel showing up. Anybody experiencing something similar?
Quote from: dlrpgmsvc on June 23, 2013, 01:09:11 AMginger crashes every time twixtor is applied to the clip
Quote from: John Hable on June 26, 2013, 08:52:02 AMHi Danne. I'm looking into dead pixel removal but don't quite have a solution yet.
Quote from: iaremrsir on June 26, 2013, 06:21:35 PMYou could use dark frame subtraction. That should fix FPN and hot pixels.
Quote from: Audionut on June 27, 2013, 07:04:35 AMIn my limited testing, the pattern noise in video mode is not fixed, http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=5609.msg55352#msg55352This will make it all but impossible to remove.
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