Here's my latest short/test with this firmware, I continue to be amazed:
This was shot over a Memorial Day rock climbing trip to Idaho.
You've got some nice crispy footage in there! I'm curious how you got the time-lapse. What's the best way around the 4GB limit? I'm using an older build, has that been fixed? I've also had trouble using raw2dng.app to convert files over 4GB.
Did you drag each clip, one at a time, into raw2dng? Or do you have a batch process?
Any time saving tricks you've found would be great to hear about.
Thanks dirtcastle! I forced myself to use a tripod more this time, for MAXIMUM crisp.
I think my workflow is earlier in this thread but, it's probably not the best way to do it...just how I do it coming from a stills background because it's WHAT I UNDERSTAND.
I'm still running an older build of Magic Lantern, I'm limited to 4GB clips, I'm pretty sure that has been fixed but I haven't got around to updating. Also, I'm not very good at video and the longer my takes are the longer they seem to suck! So the artificial limitation is kind of beneficial at the moment.
Timelapse: nothing fancy about this, didn't even use the ML firmware. THis is just a bunch of 22MP still shots overnight using the over-priced Canon intervolometer.
The newest raw2dng has tons of fixes, you can pretty much throw anything at it. It is MUCH IMPROVED. I actually *have* updated this, this was usually the most headache-prone part of my workflow. Now I just drag an entire folder in there and it cranks them all out while I go drink a beer/coffee!