Second test of the amazing Magic Lantern raw feature. A short comparison between the raw video straight out of the camera and the graded version (using the VisionColor M31 Cinema LUT). I was able to record 224 frames (about 9 seconds) continuously.
- "ML_550D_June_20_2013_Update01" Magic Lantern hack
- 1280x536 pixel (2.39 aspect ratio)
- 23.976 fps
- Canon EOS 550D
- SanDisk Extreme Pro 95 MB/s
- Sigma 30mm f/1.4
- Lightcraft Workshop Fader ND MKII
WORKFLOW: (with my iMac)
- ".RAW" files processed with Rarevision RAWMagic 1.0 beta 4
- in DaVinci Resolve: after changing the "Camera Raw" settings to "CinemaDNG" and choosing "BMD Film" for the color space and the gamma, I imported the ".dng" sequences and ONLY adjusted the exposure, white balance and tint by TEMPORARILY applying the M31 Cinema LOG LUT to the clips
- under the "Deliver" tab I exported all of the individual (still very flat) clips to Quicktime Apple ProRes 4444
- I edited everything in Adobe Premiere Pro CC and laid a few adjustment layers over the clips with different Red Giant Magic Bullet Colorista II color tone corrections and a 30% transparent layer with LUT Buddy and the VisionColor M31 LUT applied
- I exported everything with Adobe Media Encoder CC
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