French 80s pop icon Desireless with Antoine Aureche (Operation of the Sun) new single.
Shot on a 5D Mark iii + Magic Lantern.
Couldn't have been possible without MLV Converter (thanks Tony !)
I shot .mlv, converted them in dng sequences, imported them in After Effects without any Adobe Camera Raw modifications, created proxies, Imported the compositions in Premiere. Imported the .wav file associated with the dng sequences (got 1 frame difference between the .wav created and the video file)
Edited in Premiere, trimed my compositions in AE as my edit in Premiere to reduce the calculations time, re-imported the dngs in AE and graded with ACR, turned off the proxies and then render in Premiere.
I'd say this workflow increases up to 30% your overall working time. Can be pretty tedious, but once you get the routine optimized, it's doable. And well, you work with raw files !
Shot reasonably for 3 days, got 300go Dngs, and deleted the .mlv files once converted to dngs.
For some clips, the frame rates skipped randomely from 25 fps to 29.776. To avoid that, choose FPS override in ML.
To reduce the amount of data, I shot in crop mode.
Opening dngs with ACR, allowed me to use the clone stamp tool on some shots to cover unwanted things :
I did erase unwanted things frame by frame, and the re-importated each single frame over my timeline in AE.
Time consuming for long shots, but ok when the scene only last a couple of seconds.
Far better than cloning within AE, or track a photoshopped layer in AE.
Here, something was written on the back of the scarf :
Here, the dancer had an allergy to make up and was crying in some of the shots :
ML settings :
Global Draw : On all modes
Cropmarks : On
Raw video (MLV) : 1920x818 (2.35:1), Global draw : Allow
Music : Desireless& Operation of the sun
Dancer : Emilie
Make up : Kalyce
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Thanks to Canon & ML !
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