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5D Magic Lantern RAW vs. Regular Canon Video Comparison - Bay Area Media Masters - BAMM!
 
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Canon 5D video test on the Russian River, comparing regular Canon H264 video vs. Magic Lantern RAW video. RAW is better, see the difference for yourself. Shot on the Canon 5D Mark II with a Canon 24-70mm 2.8L Regular H264 was shot using Technicolor Cinestyle color profile and graded in Premiere Pro. RAW video was extracted to DNG's by RAW MAGIC, managed in Adobe Bridge, graded in Adobe Camera RAW, and converted into video files in After Effects for editing in Premiere Pro CS6.
Comparing Magic Lantern Raw vs H.264 on My Canon 5D Mark III
 
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http://www.learningdslrvideo.com/magic-lantern-raw-vs-h-264/ Quick comparison between raw vs compressed H.264 on my Canon 5D Mark III. I am mostly testing out the white balance first to get that right before I start doing tests outside. I will try to do a video on my workflow for post processing the raw video in the future. The only thing I processed for the raw video was White Balance and a little bit of sharpening. I noticed that the raw had a little more contrast than the H.264 version (that was surprising) so I added just a hint of contrast to the H.264 to help even out the comparison because for this test I mainly wanted to test for detail only and not other items like dynamic range. So is there a way to not have raw video default to 6200 Kelvin and a +66 tint? I bet there is a menu item I have missed within the Magic Lantern menus that will allow for WB changes to be transferred to programs like Adobe Camera Raw to it remembers how I shot it. Follow Dave on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/learningdslrvideo Follow Dave on Twitter: http://twitter.com/dugdale Follow Dave on Google+: https://plus.google.com/115600002723737184297/posts Royalty free music by http://www.premiumbeat.com/?utm_source=LearnDSLR&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=LearnDSLR
Views: 116988 Dave Dugdale
Canon 5d Mark III Magic Lantern (Raw vs H.264) test 2
 
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http://www.akpe.co.uk/video This is not a scientific test I am really really loving my 5D camera now Settings H.264: 1920x1080 (added black bars in post) ML RAW: 1920x872 ML RAW x3 crop: 2048 x 930 Shot with : Canon 5D Mk3 Canon 24mm 1.4 Canon 70-200mm 2.8 Kumputerbay 64gb 1000x Post in: RAWMagic Adobe Lightroom (for color correction) Adobe after effects(for exporting to ProRess 422HQ) Adobe Premiere cs6(for editing) No sharpening applied to footage Music Art of Noice- Moments in love
Views: 710365 Akpe ododoru
Codec Comparison: normal vs magic lantern vs raw  vs hdr
 
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In today's episode of Cheap Filmmaker I will compare the Different recording formats and compare them side by side, Normal vs Magic lantern vs Raw vs HDR, we will look into details of the image and the dynamic range offered by each of them
Views: 3819 Cheapfilmmaker
Compare MAGIC LANTERN 5D MARK II Raw H.264 Video Review
 
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Comparison of 5d mark ii video and magic lantern raw. Is there any difference? See for yourself. Stay tuned for Film lighting techniques, tips and tutorials. Only used a 600x card so could only get about 5 to 6 secs of shooting at 1880x800. The picture profile was set to faithful. None of the images were color corrected so its straight from the camera Lens used 24-105L series by canon Lighting was with Redhead 800 watt Cowboy studio daylight softbox White poster board used as bounce card. Canon Magic lantern 5d mark ii. Subscribe and if you have anymore questions please leave comment below. Stay tuned for Film lighting techniques, tips and tutorials. Included: camera shots, angles, framing, movement, focus, white balance, composition, lighting, animation, blue/green screen, keying, colour adjusting, cloning, slow-motion, image effects, transitions and sound editing Peace and Love Kool
Bitrate Comparison Magic Lantern | Video DSLR Tutorial
 
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This video compares different bitrates of my Canon 600D through Magic Lantern.
Views: 36090 Video DSLR Tutorial
Increase Bitrate With Magic Lantern! | Bitrate Comparison
 
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Bitrate is one the factors that affects image quality. With older cameras like my Canon 650D starting to look a bit dated, can using Magic Lantern to increase the bitrate of video make the image look better? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben__shinn/
Views: 1428 Always Cinematic
Magic Lantern RAW - 5D MK III comparison
 
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This video compares the differences between Magic Lantern's RAW video and normal h.264 video from the Canon 5D MK III. I tried to keep the two clips as similar as possible. This is my first real attempt at grading RAW video so any tips would be greatly appreciated! MUSIC CREDIT - KLIM BEATS, Sunny Day
Views: 585 Thomas Schaefer
COMPARISON: 5D MARK 2 VS MAGIC LANTERN RAW
 
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Questo video è per evidenziare quanto il formato RAW sia migliore dell'H264 nativo Canon. Le Card CF 1000X non sono certo economiche ma l'incremento di dettagli, soprattutto nelle zone d'ombra e di luce, il controllo dell'immagine, sono fattori che fanno la differenza. Ovviamente non parliamo di un Arri Raw ma anche in una camera di basso profilo come la 5d mark 2, l'upgrade che comporta il cambio di formato, vale davvero la spesa!!! (per questo video la CF utilizzata è una Sandisk 16GB UDMA 7 -20 120MB max 15 sec. di video continuo) This video is to show that RAW quality is really better then Canon h264. 1000X CF are not so cheap, but the amount of details, the control of the image really make the Raw file the best format to work with. Obviously, this is not an Arri's RAW, but even on Low Profile camera such as 5D Mark2, Raw format makes the difference and really worth the value. (for this video it has been used a sandisk CF 16 GB 120 Mb UDMA 7 -20 15 sec max of continuos recording)
Views: 267 Manuel
Red Scarlet vs 5D Mark III Magic Lantern Raw Comparison
 
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Red Scarlet vs. 5D Mark III Magic Lantern Raw - Comparison @ 1080p NOTES: For more accurate results, hit the 'Download' tab and download 'Original .MOV file' Stuttering in the lower angle 5D3 shots was from boat vibrations. This is not from the hack and can be fixed with warp stabilizer, but I wanted to keep full resolution in those shots. Also, the power lines aren't aliasing in the 5D3 footage as some have noted...they are painted with black & white stripes: ryanlightbourn.com/uploads/5d3raw/power_lines.jpg Shot back & forth between the two cameras on the same day. Minor grading done in ACR & RCX to match contrast. No sharpness added. Scarlet footage shot in 4k, downscaled 50% to 1080p. Lenses used: Tokina 11-16mm & Zeiss 25mm 2.8 (both with Formatt 1.2 ND) My thoughts browsing through the raw footage: Scarlet has slightly more of a filmic/pro look (maybe due to having more dynamic range overall?) and a slight edge in sharpness. 5D3 raw has less noise, and holds more detail in the shadows. Download 1080p version for a better comparison. Song: Hans Zimmer - Time
Views: 7194 Camera & Lens Review
Magic Lantern Timelapse Comparison (Video vs Still)
 
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Recently I was messing with the timelapse on my Canon 6D and shot two videos - one using Magic Latern's fps setting in video mode and the other using Magic Latern's timelapse settings. Both videos were shot at 1 frame per second and with the camera's settings staying the same.
Views: 37 Richard Layman
Magic Lantern Movie Crop Mode Comparison-EOS M with the Moon
 
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The Newest EOS M Camera is the M6: http://amzn.to/2urDIiY Magic Lantern for is popular-but some of the modes are perhaps, un-needed? What about "Movie Crop Mode"...does it actually do anything? I mean, how much of a difference could it really make? Find out! We compare ML running on the Canon EOS-M camera, an 18-55mm lens (much like you'd find in a kit/starter) and the 70-300mm zoom lens. 300mm gets you close to the moon, can Movie Crop Mode get you closer? Thanks again to Bensound http://www.bensound.com/ for the music!
Magic Lantern Raw Video Comparison vs. Native H.264 on Canon 7D: Indepth Samples, Tips & Tricks
 
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Visit the blog post for links to everything talked about in the video: http://jmprocreative.com/?p=3101 Support by liking on facebook: http://facebook.com/jmprocreative/ So I've finally gotten around to doing some in-depth side by side tests of the Magic Lantern RAW Video plugin module on my Canon 7D. The allure of 14bit RAW video allows for an extreme amount of flexibility in the post-production process. As well as, the surprising amount of added detail and clarity is quite impressive. The RAW video capability through the Magic Lantern "hack" add-on software for Canon DSLRs most certainly breathes new life and excitement into our beloved cameras. [/dropcap] But of course, all of the hype around RAW video comes at the expense of an extensive post-production workflow (for now) and of course the overall reliability and usability is not as stable as it could be. Not to mention the extreme amount of space you'll need in memory cards and hard drives to accommodate the RAW workflows. Other issues such as continuous video only possible at a max resolution of 1728x786 - a recording aspect ratio of 2.35:1 as opposed to 16:9. In this video I run through a few different shots of video comparing the same shots done in both the Magic Lantern RAW video as well as the Native H.264. There is definitely a great amount of possible issues to deal with such as "dead pixels" (as explained in the video) and not a huge amount of support just yet in the post production world.
Views: 21879 Julian Meli
Canon 1100D Magic Lantern Raw Video Comparison
 
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In-depth video comparing standard Canon h264 vs ML-RAW using a Canon 1100d + Yashica Yashinon 1:2 Lens. I did no post production work on the video at all, its exactly how it came off the camera for the best comparison. Magic Lantern 1100D Experimental Version http://www.mediafire.com/file/22p70iu5oq7viun/Experimental_build_1100D.zip Guide for Setup and Recoding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YE48X7ZmI0 Guide for MLV www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhH_5pqirVo Shot Settings Magic Lantern 14bit Raw Resolution 864x340 FPS 23 Aspect Ratio 2:35:1 Bit Rate 1x Shutter Lock On Magic Lantern MP4 Resolution 1280x720 FPS 23 Aspect Ratio 16:9 Bit Rate 2x Shutter Lock On Canon MP4 Resolution 1280x720 FPS 23 Aspect Ratio 16:9 Bit Rate 1 Shutter Lock Off Sourced Fstop Icon “Photography Elements Collection” by Zirconicusso CC3.0 Attr freepik.com/free-vector/photography-elements-collection_941260.htm Magic Lantern magiclantern.fm/ Fonts “Proxima Nova” by Mark Simonson typekit.com/fonts/proxima-nova “Avenir LT Std” by Adrian Frutiger fonts.com/font/linotype/avenir/family-pack Audio Freesound “Sine Click 05” By GokhanBiyik CC0 freesound.org/people/GokhanBiyik/sounds/324614/ “blip_tail_01” By GokhanBiyik CC3.0 Attr freesound.org/people/GokhanBiyik/sounds/351200/ “CatPurrr” By freedomrhodes CC Sampling Plus 1.0 freesound.org/people/freedomrhodes/sounds/31540/ “noisy server computer” By the_toilet_guy CC 3.0 Attr freesound.org/people/the_toilet_guy/sounds/98930/ “Wind Chimes, A” By InspectorJ CC 3.0 Attr freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/353194/ Title: erh drone wind.wav Author: ERH Licence: CC Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported Source: freesound.org/people/ERH/sounds/40724/ Title: Rain on Windows, Interior, A.wav Author: InspectorJ Licence: CC Attribution 3.0 Unported Source: freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/346642/ Sonniss “CB Radio_Freq 06_Static_Fienup_001” By Soundopolis Licence: sonniss.com/gdc-bundle-license/ Source: sonniss.com/gameaudiogdc2016/ “MAFX001 soft wind chaffinch wren bees” By Mindful Audio Licence: sonniss.com/gdc-bundle-license/ Source: sonniss.com/gameaudiogdc2016/
Views: 3875 Arapaoa Moffat
Canon EOS 6D Video : Magic Lantern Raw vs. All-I at 24FPS
 
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Homepage : http://blog.sag-cheese.de / FB : http://bit.ly/2hTzp8c / IG : https://goo.gl/iKIsFr ________________________ A quick comparison with the Canon EOS 6D in video mode, its Magic Lantern RAW vs. build-in All-I Codec Read more in the blog-article : http://wp.me/pU5hn-1Ij ________________ Music from DeMooz : https://goo.gl/zgpIz9 under CC Licence : http://goo.gl/7uTh
Views: 38560 blog.sag-cheese.de
Canon 7d Magic Lantern raw vs h.264 video comparison in low light
 
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Canon 7d + 50mm F1.8 @ 1080p 24fps First clip is Magic Lantern raw, second clip is h.264 straight from the camera, third clip is h.264 adjusted for brigthness/contrast and sharpened, last clip shows raw again for comparison. All clips were shot with the same white balance and left that way to accurately display color variations. Overall the quality in low light is similar once you adjust the h.264 footage however the raw footage is much sharper and colors are more accurate. I used the 50mm F1.8 to show how versatile the lens is for its low cost, with proper stabilization there is no reason to spend more if you can't afford a better lens for low light situations.
Views: 20587 Cameron Scott
Magic Lantern Higher Bit rate comparison on Canon EOS M
 
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Magic Lantern Higher Bit rate comparison on Canon EOS M A comparison of the effects of increasing the Maximum CBR value using Magic Lantern on the Canon EOS M to 2x default. Increasing the bit rate reduces compression artefacts, most noticeable on areas with big blocks of colour or in low light.
Views: 6438 BarTech TV
Dual Iso vs. Standard Raw Comparison - Magic Lantern
 
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In this video I will show you the difference between Dual Iso Raw (HDR) and Standard raw photos. The Dual iso feature is great but you must sacrifice resolution in shadows/highlights as well as a great deal of noise in shadows. This feature allows for High Dynamic Range (HDR) photographs/video in just one shot. You can choose your iso combination, ex. 100/400, 100/1600/, 400/1600 and many more combinations. Only for Raw photos/Videos. I enjoy this feature but it is still a work in progress for the Developers at Magic Lantern. http://youtu.be/7bM9tmJnbig A New Video Exposing to the Right I made a mistake when exposing for this video. When shooting raw it is best to expose to the right (ettr) so that less noise is visible but unfortunately I did not do this. One more Dual ISO Example: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/pink-flower-robby-ruef.html Dual ISO H.264: http://youtu.be/XmfB3lfowbQ Thanks for watching! Be sure to Like, Comment, Subscribe, and Share! Have a great day! Shot on My Canon 600d With NewMem build. Warning: Magic lantern is considered a dangerous product to use. I am in no way liable for any damage to your computer/camera as a result of using this program. I have had no problems with Magic Lantern but be cautious. http://west-swell.com
Views: 18435 R Ruf
Canon 5D Mark III DSLR RAW vs. H.264 Video - Magic Lantern RAW Video
 
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So I finally got my Lexar 1066x CF card delivered, so I decided to put together this little comparison/test video with the footage I was shooting to test out workflows and settings for shooting RAW video on my 5D3, as well as how much of an advantage it offers over shooting with the native H.264 video compressor. Definitely liking what I'm seeing so far, and the other added features of ML are totally also worth it. Hardware: Camera: -Canon 5D MKIII DSLR Lenses: -Canon 16-35mm f2.8L -Canon 24-105mm IS f4L -Canon 70-200mm IS f4L Cards: -Sandisk Extreme Pro 32GB SDHC (Magic Lantern boot card) -Lexar 64GB 1066x CF Card (writing to this card) Software: -MLVMystic v0.5 (convert MLV to DNG + WAV) -Adobe After Effects CC (with Adobe Camera Raw) -Adobe Premiere Pro CC Music: **NOTE** Music has been replaced for copyright purposes.
Views: 50913 Steven Hayes
How good is RAW video? (Canon 5D mark ii)
 
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In this video, I test the new RAW video recording with the Canon 5D mark ii. Raw video recording gives you uncompressed video, which looks like it was shot with a big budget camera! To achieve this, you need to download and install the Magic Lantern hack in to your camera, and download the RAW build. You can read more about it here: http://www.magiclantern.fm/ PS. Be careful when installing the hack, because it may damage your camera. Since the RAW hack on the Canon 5D mark ii doesn't support FULL HD video capture when using the whole sensor, I shot everything in 2.35:1. To capture RAW video, you need a really fast CF/SD card. It's quite complicated to work with the RAW files in post production, but since it's RAW, it's a dream to colorcorrect the videos :) Thomas Leypoldt is a composer, and he have made the music for several of my videos. He does actually have a Youtube channel where he uploads his great filmatic soundtracks. I feel privileged to have a personal soundtrack. Thanks Thomas :) Check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArVP6nlZEAE If your want to stay tuned with our videos, you can subscribe here on Youtube. You can also visit my Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/AndyaxProductions My homepage is: www.axp.no Thanks for watching :)
Views: 846221 Andyax
RAW vs H264 and Picture Styles Comparison - Canon EOS 650D Magic Lantern
 
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Here is a comparison between RAW and H264 video from Canon EOS 650d with picture styles : - Standard [3 0 0 0] - Prolost Flat [0 -4 -2 0] - Prolost tweaked to match Faithful picture style with Colorista II plug-in for Adobe Premiere - Faithful [0 0 0 0] The final video has been exported in H264 High Profile 4.1 CBR 15Mb/s. Of course it's not the best for comparison,but differences are still visible. My Internet connection can't handle lossy video upload at this time, sorry ! More about Prolost picture style here : http://prolost.com/flat Tutorial of the RAW workflow : http://www.gna-productions.com/tutos/how-to-process-magic-lantern-raw-videos Other RAW Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZweCHSgV6k http://www.gna-productions.com
Views: 27615 GNA Productions
Magic Lantern Raw vs H.264 Comparison
 
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5D Mark III
Views: 113 Henry Wang
[Canon 7D] Magic Lantern RAW - Flat vs Grading Comparison
 
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Quick testing of Magic Lantern RAW feature on my 7D. The comparison shows completely untouched images (except applying BMD Film Color Space) versus various grading test. Shooting: Shot handheld with Canon EF 28-135 IS lens I was looking for high contrast and details on purpose. I am still amazed about the quality, much better than native 1080p h264! Magic Lantern is really... Magic! Resolution was limited to 1344x572 (then downscaled to 1280x544) because my CF is pretty slow (30Mb/s) and it allows to record ~300 seconds before the buffer is filled up. I could set 1280x544 for longer recording but i wanted to test the maximum resolution available. Moirè is pretty visible on some shot but honestly i expected worse (no VAF filter) Workflow: Please keep in mind i am a real newbie about grading but as a beginner i like a lot the results. I didn't even get close to those results with h264 footage! I'm learning DaVinci Resolve and i think it works very well with RAW (actually DNG) files, especially if you set the clip's Color Space/Gamma to BMD Film (looks very similar to BMPCC footage!) Using "Arri Alexa LogC to REC709" 3D LUT looks a good starting point for grading. If you notice bandings, especially in the sky, it's cos of h264 export. In Resolve, it's absolutely smooth with no banding at all, just a bit of grain in dark areas but is really "film look" not the ugly digital noise. Even in low light it performs very well and you can easily remove the noise in post production. The "bad side" is... filling up a 32Gb card in few minutes but, as many other said, when you shoot RAW, you don't wanna go back anymore!
Views: 24549 Fabio Ugolini
Magic Lantern Prducer & davinci resolve Comparison
 
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MLV producer easy way best qualty output render
Views: 615 Tekno Ultra
Dual ISO Raw. vs standart raw.vs H264.Comparison-Magic Lantern-
 
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DUAL ISO raw: ISO: 100/800 - Standart raw - ISO 100 Standart H264 ISO 100 MAGİC LANTERN TEST CANON D700
Views: 1487 Tekno Ultra
Magic Lantern  : RAW/Dual ISO/HDR Video comparison Painting
 
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Thanks to Magic Lantern and MLV App which are the best weapons to shoot and handle raw videos. I used to post-processed in raw2cdng / cr2hdr to handle raw/dual iso footages. It`s a time consuming task until I tried MLV App which is the best software to process raw clips now. Shot by Canon 5D MARK III + 85mm F1.2L II USM F5.6 1/30sec
Views: 481 Pin Wu
600D Magic Lantern Bitrate Comparison
 
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Shoot at 1080p and 10x Digital Zoom (Scale Up to 1000) Lowest 0.3 (5| Default 1.0 | Highest 3.0 On SDHC Sandisk Ultra 32GB
Views: 756 Wildan Arif
Magic Lantern  : RAW/Dual ISO/HDR Video comparison Bark & Bokeh
 
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Thanks to Magic Lantern and MLV App which are the best weapons to shoot and handle raw videos. I used to post-processed in raw2cdng / cr2hdr to handle raw/dual iso footages. It`s a time consuming task until I tried MLV App which is the best software to process raw clips now. Shot by Canon 5D MARK III + 85mm F1.2L II USM F2.8 1/30sec
Views: 404 Pin Wu
5D Mark II Raw Video Comparison - Magic Lantern - Bay Area Media Masters - BAMM!
 
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Comparison of shooting Canon's standard H264 video compression vs. shooting RAW video using Magic Lantern on the 5D Mark II. Raw video recorded at 1880 x 1058 and upscaled 2.2% to 1080p. ISO: 160 - Sigma 50mm f1.4 @ 2.8 - Shutter Speed: 1/47 - ND1.8 www.bayareamediamasters.com
Raw vs H.264 Comparison - Canon 5D MkIII Magic Lantern 1080p
 
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Comparison between the factory default H.264 and Raw with Magic Lantern.
Views: 2390 Kristian Kebbe
Magic Lantern  : RAW/Dual ISO/HDR Video comparison:WomenLoveSmartphoneAPP
 
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Thanks to Magic Lantern team and MLV App which are the best weapons to shoot and handle raw videos. I used to post-processed in raw2cdng / cr2hdr to handle raw/dual iso footages. It`s a time consuming task until I tried MLV App which is the best software to process raw clips now. Shot by Canon 5D MARK III + 85mm F1.2L II USM In this video,I love H.264 more than the others.
Views: 272 Pin Wu
Canon 7d Magic Lantern raw video comparison to H.264 1080p 24fps
 
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Magic Lantern Alpha 2 24fps 1600x600 raw vs 1080p 24fps ISO 800, white balance 5600k and F4.0 No color correction applied, slight contrast and brightness adjustment to each as well as sharpening. Feel free to ask any questions in the comments, I just started using ML 2 days ago and this has been a learning experience. I followed these instructions for raw to dng with rawanizer and then after effects and premiere pro http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=6021.0 Shot this on a Lexar 16gig 800x card because I couldn't find a 1000x anywhere. The best thing I'm noticing is how easy it would be to get a film look when using raw instead of h.264 it opens up many possibilities with the 7d. Follow these instructions http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=7464.0 Read the disclaimer, this is alpha no guarantees if it bricks your camera we assume no responsibility.
Views: 17048 Cameron Scott
Magic Lantern Dual ISO / HDR Video comparison
 
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Canon H.264 Landscape profile / Magic lantern Dual ISO / Magic lantern HDR Video comparison Shot by Canon 5D MARK III + 85mm F1.2L II USM F5.6 1/60sec ISO 100
Views: 215 Pin Wu
EOS M Magic Lantern Video RAW (MLV) Comparison
 
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http://www.eljza.com/malheur/170108_Compare_MLV_to_H264.7z ↑ You can download the original files. Comparison about Magic Lantern Video Raw (MLV) and H264. EOS M (2.0.2) EF 24-70 2.8L Magic Lantern (2016-12-18 build) 1) H264 CBR Bitrate x2.5 1920x1080p 2) MLV_REC module (include the ML) 1280x720p developed by MlRawViewer 1.3.3 Thanks for watching.
Views: 1135 thetype39
Sony a7R ii VS Canon 5D iii (Magic Lantern Raw)
 
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For the side-by-side comparison, the Sony (SLOG2, 4K, S35 crop) is on the left and the Canon (1080P) is on the right. Various lenses. The focus slightly off on the 5D3 on the CU. a7R ii footage was graded in Premiere with the 'Neutral Start' creative look and then tweaked the exposure and saturation. 5D3 raw footage brought into Resolve in BMD Film Color space and then applied Cinelog. In Premiere, I added the Alexa Default LogC2Rec.709 LUT and made a few exposure and contrast tweaks. No windows used for footage from either camera. The footage could have been stylized further by hand or film emulation, but this seemed like a good point to stop in terms of showing those skintones.
Views: 9182 QuickHitRecord
Lav/Rode/Internal Mic comparison using Magic Lantern digital gain
 
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In this video I go over analogue and digital gains setting and what each of them sounded when using my lav mic, Rode shot gun mic and the internal mic on the canon T2I. I shoot all of this raw so you will really hear what the different setting sound like on each mic and what the best setting for your canon T2I with the Magic Lantern hack. Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/David-D-Images/179862968735415?sk=wall 500PX PAGE http://500px.com/DavidDImages FLICKR http://www.flickr.com/photos/daviddimages/ MY WEB SITE http://www.daviddimages.com/ MY TWITTER http://twitter.com/#!/DavidDImages SKYPE DAVIDDIMAGES
Views: 6762 Media Unlocked
Magic Lantern HDR and RAW video comparison before TSE
 
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This is the last sunset before TSE-2017 and this is the final equipment test. Sky-Watcher ED80: d=80mm, F=600mm, F/d=7.5 Canon 6D + Magic Lantern firmware Still tripod (shaking is mostly coming from hands clicking REC button) Look at the big Jello in HDR part. RAW looks much better, but its resolution is limited to 720p. HDR can be shot at 1080p.
Views: 351 saltrus
60D Magic Lantern RAW to h.264 Comparison
 
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Shot on Canon 60D with Canon 24-70L f/2.8 using Magic Lantern nightly build magiclantern-v2.3.NEXT.2013Jul14 with the included raw_rec module loaded manually. Maximum record time to Lexar Professional 16GB SDHC Class 10 card was approximately 300 frames or 12.5 seconds. The RAW video was recorded at 1280x720 resolution which takes a centre crop of the sensor that I overlaid on the 1920x1080 h.264 video. I used After Effects CS6 with the "Open with Camera RAW" option to import the DNG sequence created by the raw2dng executable with no adjustments other than white balance. The CineStyle video has a minor exposure adjustment to make it closer to the linear gamma of the processed RAW video but no sharpening which I found emphasized the compression artefacts without much improvement to the image. The latest DaVinci Resolve 9.1.5 can also open the DNG sequence but doesn't correct any dead pixels so the result is rather "splotchy", I'll have to see if there is a way to correct it but for now AE seems to be the best approach.
Views: 2008 Haxxorfreak
RAW VIDEO vs .mov (COMPARISON) - On Canon T5i w/ Magic Lantern
 
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RAW video is so much brighter than just any ordinary .mov file. Convert RAW video file into DNG (raw) image sequence: http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=5557.0 The Tutorial that helped me out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ganPWgJGSbk RAW VIDEO COMPARISON TEST -FINAL v5 - better timing & titles.mp4 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Finally think I got it: "MOTION TRACKING TEST: PFTrack, Maya, renderman RIS, & After Effects " ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVc9NX7i5RM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 956 TehObLiVioUs
Dual iso vs. Standard Raw Comparison - Magic Lantern - Redo
 
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In my last video about Dual ISO I did not properly expose for proper editing of raw cr2 files. In this video I exposed to the right for both standard raw and Dual ISO raw. This feature from Magic Lantern can increase the dynamic range captured from a Canon DSLR by as much as 3 stops. This gives increased editing latitude for high dynamic range scenes. Downsides to using Dual ISO are Reduced Resolution in Shadows and Highlights, Aliasing/Moire and a purple-ish hue to the photo/video (which can be removed). Post production involves running the Dual ISO video/photograph through the CR2HDR program which can be found on Magic Lantern's Website: www.MagicLantern.fm Thanks for Watching! Be sure to LIKE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE and SHARE Have a great day! Warning: Magic Lantern is considered to be potentially dangerous to Canon Digital SLR's. I am not responsible for any broken equipment as a result of using this program. Use at your own risk... http://west-swell.com
Views: 4747 R Ruf
Canon 600D Magic Lantern Raw Video Comparison
 
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I thought I'd give raw video a try on my 600D. The highest resolution that my SD card was able to sustain was 960 x 480p at 24 fps. For a side by side comparison I cropped the H.264 compressed video originally recorded at 1080p to the same resolution as the raw video. The panning you see in the raw footage was done by the digital dolly feature in Magic Lantern. The results speak for themselves .The compressed Youtube video doesn't do the raw footage justice. The color fidelity, image detail, highlight detail retained by the 14-bit raw video is nothing short of spectacular when compared to the H.264 compressed video. Raw video on Canon SLRs is truly revolutionary. Once you have experienced the level of control you have with raw, there is no going back. SD-card equipped SLRs are not practical for raw video due to the low resolution you are limited to. It is time to save up for a 5D Mark III. Refer to the following forums for installing ML builds with raw video capabilities: http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?board=49.0 http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=5413.0 600D builds: https://bitbucket.org/OtherOnePercent/tragic-lantern-2.0/downloads
Views: 23955 K Danko
Format comparison and tutorial 50 fps raw, magic lantern
 
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Clips filmed with a 5d mark 3, no post processing except fixing white balance. Comparing mainly two formats in 50fps filmed with Magic lantern raw Apect ratios compared: 1728 x 606 and 1920 x 672 Both aspect ratios restretched and converted to 1920 x 1080p 1728 x 606(continuous), 50fps gives continuous recording while 1920 x 672 last around 5 sec before stopping. 00:50 Included also a short workflow in after effects how to restretch and render several files at once into one ProResHQ file. Tutorial starts after the examples. Thanks for watching and head into the forum for more information. www.magiclantern.fm
Views: 3963 dudek53
Canon Magic Lantern RAW vs h.264 Dynamic Range Test 2
 
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simple test of the dynamic range magic lantern is able to give you. in comparison to h.264 note that i tried to colour correct the h.264 to look like the RAW as much as possible - graded in DaVinci Resolve 12.5 1920x1080 h.264 vs 1729x726 RAW
Views: 1409 Jason Van Hende
Magic Lantern ETTR + Deflicker Script Comparison using LRtimelapse
 
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Shot with Canon 6D Lightly Processed using Lightroom CC and LRTimelapse Magic Lantern http://bit.ly/MLntrn LRTimelapse http://bit.ly/LRTLapse A little bit about the workflow I had to do for post processing. 1. Import Cr2 and XMPs from card 2. ***Remove Keyword from exif data 3. Initalize in LRT 4. Keyframe wizard, save, Drag to LR import 5. Filter Keyframes 6. Make Edits (not to exposure) if you want to transition exposure, use one of the provided gradient masks and cover the image 7. Sync Settings with previous keyframes 8. Grid view, Save Metadata 9. LRT Reload 10. *** deselect Exposure 2012 11. Transition 12. Save 13. Visual Previews 14. Visual Deflicker 15. Save
Views: 2210 ONELAPSE
EOS M Magic Lantern RAW vs h264 Video Test Comparison
 
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EOS M Magic Lantern RAW vs h264 Video Sample With a Kingston 95MB/s SDXC I was able to increase the resolution to 1600x670 (2.39:1) which shoots reliably for around 15 seconds at 24p.
Views: 2828 BarTech TV
Magic Lantern  : RAW/Dual ISO/HDR Video comparison
 
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Thanks to Magic Lantern and MLV App which are the best weapons to shoot and handle raw videos. I used to post-processed in raw2cdng / cr2hdr to handle raw/dual iso footages. It`s a time consuming task until I tried MLV App which is the best software to process raw clips now.
Views: 75 Pin Wu
HDR split-screen comparison • Sunset • Magic Lantern
 
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following this tutorial : http://youtu.be/e57CVRqaCfo
Views: 228 Mark Kelsic
Test of Magic Lantern firmware
 
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This is a test of the Magic Lantern unofficial firmware for the Canon 5D Mark III camera. ML enables more control over the camera, essentially giving the user RAW footage, custom cropping and other functions. The firmware is not that stable and the resulting files take up enormous space, so it's not for everyday work/filming. But it's nice to see how well the camera *could* be doing, if Canon had not "dumbed" it down. Be careful if you use it: Your camera could end up a brick. My workflow: 1) Install ML on camera. 2) Record movie to camera (with 2.35:1 crop in my case). 3) Transfer files to computer (iMac in my case). 4) Use raw2dng app to convert raw files to individual dng files (and a generic mov file). 5) Import dng files to After Effects and change settings in Camera raw until the picture looks good. 6) Export from AE to lossless mov files. 7) Import both mov files to Premiere Pro and put them on separate layers for comparison. 8) Export to new mov file and upload that to YouTube. As I stated in step 4 above, the raw2dng app creates both dng files *and* a generic mov file. This latter file resembles what it would normally look when filming to the camera's built-in H.264 compressed mov file, so I used that as a comparison. You might notice that the movie files, although put over each other, doesn't always "fit". That's because I can compensate for the lens distortion when importing the dng files into AE. NB: I used Magic Bullet Looks in Premiere Pro to create a different kind of picture style on the ML files. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/Fa7l/
Views: 2196 Jan Kivisaar