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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #285 on: May 16, 2018, 01:47:40 PM »

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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #286 on: May 16, 2018, 01:50:13 PM »
Still, up to 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 frames per second could be useful.

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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #287 on: May 16, 2018, 01:50:57 PM »
Harry,

On 29th April, you said:

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...BUT...

we DO have another software surprise for you which should be happening right around this coming Wednesday....

Well it's now over a week later than you indicated, and we're still waiting.

So...? Have you got anything, or not?

(I think we know the answer.)

Still waiting...

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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #288 on: May 16, 2018, 03:25:36 PM »
Still, up to 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 frames per second could be useful.

It reminds me of children who believe the higher number of a car speedometer is really the max speed the car can reach, regardless of the actual engine...

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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #289 on: May 16, 2018, 03:33:30 PM »
I have about HAD IT with Canon's slowness


Boy, you and me BOTH.

Is there any way you could shoehorn in a deconvolution routine?

I do research into renewable energy, and am looking into fireflies (they seem like a real life panacea). I’m confident I can cleanly and continuously power a city the size of Beijing harnessing these insects in a humane manner, but just need some imaging. The problem is they ignite so briefly and dimly that capturing the appropriate footage is challenging. I need at least 100kfps, ideally 24k or better resolution.

I have a background (several CENTURIES in aggregate if you consider multitasking) in pure mathematics, electromechanical ENGINEERING, optics, and applied physics, and I dabble in internal medicine.

What I’ve done so far is to design using excel and Visual Basic a 1m macro lens. It has an f/0.3 physical aperture (t-stop of .993). My background is DESIGN, not fabrication, and as you may imagine the design has very precise requirements. Fortunately my brother in law owns a particle accelerator. It’s probably three GENERATIONS beyond the toy CERN has in Geneva (even greater still than the real world difference between an exmor and a canon sensor). It is actually bored around the circumference of the earth (through the CRUST along the equator), so we are able to avoid micro-gravitational effects on particles. It also uses a DYNAMIC 5-D EM field generator (of my own design) to also counteract the effects of the earth’s orbit around the sun AND the solar system’s orbit around the GALAXY center (other galaxies are distant enough, given the r^2 relationship, that their influence is negligible). He uses the accelerator for mundane purposes like collecting Higgs bosons), but in off hours he lets me tinker and I’ve found some really fascinating material which has allowed me to REANIMATE Carl Zeiss and Leonardo da Vinci, and I had them hand build my lens.


Anyway, as you can imagine the elements are very heavy. I use custom superconducting femto actuators and am able to engage the focus system within 3 clock cycles (meaning within 6.67E-10 seconds), but sometimes I miss focus (and trust me reviewing in real time 100,000FPS footage only to find it is out of focus is FRUSTRATING. If you can deconvolve in real time, I think with my electro-optic-mechanical expertise, together with your mastery of marginally related jargon, we might be on track to CLEANLY power the GLOBE for years to come.
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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #290 on: May 16, 2018, 04:40:20 PM »

Boy, you and me BOTH.

Is there any way you could shoehorn in a deconvolution routine?

I do research into renewable energy, and am looking into fireflies (they seem like a real life panacea). I’m confident I can cleanly and continuously power a city the size of Beijing harnessing these insects in a humane manner, but just need some imaging. The problem is they ignite so briefly and dimly that capturing the appropriate footage is challenging. I need at least 100kfps, ideally 24k or better resolution.

I have a background (several CENTURIES in aggregate if you consider multitasking) in pure mathematics, electromechanical ENGINEERING, optics, and applied physics, and I dabble in internal medicine.

What I’ve done so far is to design using excel and Visual Basic a 1m macro lens. It has an f/0.3 physical aperture (t-stop of .993). My background is DESIGN, not fabrication, and as you may imagine the design has very precise requirements. Fortunately my brother in law owns a particle accelerator. It’s probably three GENERATIONS beyond the toy CERN has in Geneva (even greater still than the real world difference between an exmor and a canon sensor). It is actually bored around the circumference of the earth (through the CRUST along the equator), so we are able to avoid micro-gravitational effects on particles. It also uses a DYNAMIC 5-D EM field generator (of my own design) to also counteract the effects of the earth’s orbit around the sun AND the solar system’s orbit around the GALAXY center (other galaxies are distant enough, given the r^2 relationship, that their influence is negligible). He uses the accelerator for mundane purposes like collecting Higgs bosons), but in off hours he lets me tinker and I’ve found some really fascinating material which has allowed me to REANIMATE Carl Zeiss and Leonardo da Vinci, and I had them hand build my lens.


Anyway, as you can imagine the elements are very heavy. I use custom superconducting femto actuators and am able to engage the focus system within 3 clock cycles (meaning within 6.67E-10 seconds), but sometimes I miss focus (and trust me reviewing in real time 100,000FPS footage only to find it is out of focus is FRUSTRATING. If you can deconvolve in real time, I think with my electro-optic-mechanical expertise, together with your mastery of marginally related jargon, we might be on track to CLEANLY power the GLOBE for years to come.

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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #291 on: May 16, 2018, 05:59:38 PM »
I have about HAD IT with Canon's slowness


Boy, you and me BOTH.

Is there any way you could shoehorn in a deconvolution routine?

I do research into renewable energy, and am looking into fireflies (they seem like a real life panacea). I’m confident I can cleanly and continuously power a city the size of Beijing harnessing these insects in a humane manner, but just need some imaging. The problem is they ignite so briefly and dimly that capturing the appropriate footage is challenging. I need at least 100kfps, ideally 24k or better resolution.

I have a background (several CENTURIES in aggregate if you consider multitasking) in pure mathematics, electromechanical ENGINEERING, optics, and applied physics, and I dabble in internal medicine.

What I’ve done so far is to design using excel and Visual Basic a 1m macro lens. It has an f/0.3 physical aperture (t-stop of .993). My background is DESIGN, not fabrication, and as you may imagine the design has very precise requirements. Fortunately my brother in law owns a particle accelerator. It’s probably three GENERATIONS beyond the toy CERN has in Geneva (even greater still than the real world difference between an exmor and a canon sensor). It is actually bored around the circumference of the earth (through the CRUST along the equator), so we are able to avoid micro-gravitational effects on particles. It also uses a DYNAMIC 5-D EM field generator (of my own design) to also counteract the effects of the earth’s orbit around the sun AND the solar system’s orbit around the GALAXY center (other galaxies are distant enough, given the r^2 relationship, that their influence is negligible). He uses the accelerator for mundane purposes like collecting Higgs bosons), but in off hours he lets me tinker and I’ve found some really fascinating material which has allowed me to REANIMATE Carl Zeiss and Leonardo da Vinci, and I had them hand build my lens.


Anyway, as you can imagine the elements are very heavy. I use custom superconducting femto actuators and am able to engage the focus system within 3 clock cycles (meaning within 6.67E-10 seconds), but sometimes I miss focus (and trust me reviewing in real time 100,000FPS footage only to find it is out of focus is FRUSTRATING. If you can deconvolve in real time, I think with my electro-optic-mechanical expertise, together with your mastery of marginally related jargon, we might be on track to CLEANLY power the GLOBE for years to come.

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YUP! I can de-convolve in realtime for re-focusing of imagery (I can spread out over multi-cores and multi-cpus/gpus!). I've been doing that technique for satellite/aerospace imagery for almost two decades now! If I know the lens type and model, the image sensor model and type with its micro-lens and on-sensor DSP characteristics, then YES I can apply computational photography to do a "Virtual Raytrace" to obtain the pixel values THAT WOULD BE THERE had the camera been in actual proper focus. If I had 3D-XYZ positional data of the lens and camera (i.e. taking into account high frequency and low frequency vibrations) I can do EVEN BETTER quality wise!

My friend is also an amateur astronomer and he has a THREE METRE telescope on his Shuswap Lake property (i.e. Canada's largest private 'scope!) with a DEFORMABLE mirror so his imagery is going to be quite a bit better than your ONE METER lens! I suggest a liquid-filled twin-clear-membrane lens that can deform its shape on-the fly using mere air pressure differences on the lens that is sandwiched between two glassed-in helium filled pressure chambers -- we change the pressure in one side or the other and the lens itself DEFORMS to the configuration we like....THAT would aid in proper focus of distant imagery! (please note THAT this is now an OPEN SOURCE GPL3-licenced technique!)

For your EM experiments, I can get you 1000+ of 50 kilowatt lasers and we can do some beam summing within a globular configuration to see if we can compress and then fuse some pellets of Deuterium and Tritium to power your gravitational effects generators!

To see the RESULTS of your experiments, my codec IS capable of up to 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 frames per second and BUT THAT is ONLY A LIMIT imposed by the fact that I am using a 64-bit CPU...I MIGHT be able to scrounge up some 128-bit ULTRA-SPARC CPU's we've custom designed at my friend's lab so you can do 2^128 - 1 frames per second!  (He has a 7 nm electron beam microcircuit etching machine BUT that takes 22 days to etch a SINGLE 128-bit CPU onto a sapphire substrate so the wait for a CPU/GPU circuit is a bit long for my tastes)
You may JUST HAVE TO DO WITH ONLY 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 frames per second!

AND....YOU WILL ABSOLUTELY NEED an Attosecond-pulsed laser in the X-ray band to really see the imaging results of all that fusion going on!

IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE you might need for your experiments?

I MIGHT be able to put your device(s) on our 143,000 lbs (64800 kg) drone!
It flies to near-space at 300,000 ft and can carry over 90,000 lbs of gear!

Would THAT HELP?



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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #291 on: May 16, 2018, 05:59:38 PM »

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« Reply #292 on: May 16, 2018, 08:23:05 PM »
AND i should note that ALL my CPU registers for video compression goto 11 right across the board and that means it's ONE MORE IN VALUE isn't it?

Soooo....If we need that extra push over the cliff, we put it to 11 which is one more than 10 so each register has more value doesn't it?

And 11 is more than 10 right?


Soooooo .... Nigel, would you mind bring me a Cup of Tea....

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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #293 on: May 16, 2018, 08:30:33 PM »
I have about HAD IT with Canon's slowness


Boy, you and me BOTH.

Is there any way you could shoehorn in a deconvolution routine?

I do research into renewable energy, and am looking into fireflies (they seem like a real life panacea). I’m confident I can cleanly and continuously power a city the size of Beijing harnessing these insects in a humane manner, but just need some imaging.

I have an easier solution: Just post up photos of Kim Kardashian's moon all over town. They'd have to be taken with a Sony to get the full dynamic range a Kardashian moon offers.
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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #294 on: May 16, 2018, 11:32:17 PM »
I have about HAD IT with Canon's slowness


Boy, you and me BOTH.

Is there any way you could shoehorn in a deconvolution routine?

I do research into renewable energy, and am looking into fireflies (they seem like a real life panacea). I’m confident I can cleanly and continuously power a city the size of Beijing harnessing these insects in a humane manner, but just need some imaging.

I have an easier solution: Just post up photos of Kim Kardashian's moon all over town. They'd have to be taken with a Sony to get the full dynamic range a Kardashian moon offers.

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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #295 on: May 18, 2018, 06:37:33 PM »
I have about HAD IT with Canon's slowness


Boy, you and me BOTH.

Is there any way you could shoehorn in a deconvolution routine?

I do research into renewable energy, and am looking into fireflies (they seem like a real life panacea). I’m confident I can cleanly and continuously power a city the size of Beijing harnessing these insects in a humane manner, but just need some imaging.

I have an easier solution: Just post up photos of Kim Kardashian's moon all over town. They'd have to be taken with a Sony to get the full dynamic range a Kardashian moon offers.

 ;) And it ain't pretty!
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Re: I'm making a 4:4:4/4:2:2 16/14/12/10-bit codec for Canon DSLR's
« Reply #295 on: May 18, 2018, 06:37:33 PM »