1. Timelapse vs. FPS Override (Magic Lantern)


    from Sebastian Mohr / Added

    112 Plays / / 2 Comments

    Short test between filming a Timelapse with FPS Override (ca. 0,5 FPS) and Intervalometer. Both with Magic Lantern (Canon 5d mark iii). Canon EF 50mm/ 1,4 Lensbaby Composer Pro Canon EF

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    • Little Venice


      from lucas francisco mazza / Added

      97 Plays / / 3 Comments

      1 day, 1 Canon, a lot of curiosity and time saving using fps override for tilt shift effect. Canon 5DMK3, ML FPS Override, Editflow in AE+FCPX Music: Keith Kenniff - Ways to Know

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      • Canon 7D Magic Lantern Raw High FPS Test 1 Water


        from DP Visual Media / Added

        612 Plays / / 8 Comments

        This is my beautiful daughter Eva, playing at her water table. The footage was shot at 48fps with the latest nightly build of Magic Lantern which now includes FPS override for the canon 7D!

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        • GO and CN Trains at Mile 18.15 on Bala Sub


          from Robert Jones / Added

          Shot at Langstaff GO Station with a Canon T2i using Magic Lantern's FPS Override feature at 6fps, then played back at 30fps. Music: New Old Toys by Podington Bear (http://podingtonbear.com/)

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          • ABQ&SANDIA


            from Ted Ramasola / Added

            During a road trip to New Mexico, I went out to shoot some footage around Albuquerque(ABQ) and at Sandia mountain range. You might notice some aliasing in some shots since I used the 5D2 with VAF removed because I planned on using crop mode in certain shots. The VAF does not work well in crop mode. With Magic Lantern installed, the "timelapse" scenes were done via FPS override in video mode and not by stills. Using FPS override enables you to go down to as low as .4 FPS up to 30FPS. More about this piece here: http://www.ramasolaproductions.com/

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            • Moon


              from llly4 / Added

              29 Plays / / 0 Comments

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              • 50D raw video timelapse testing


                from Andy600 / Added

                1,120 Plays / / 1 Comment

                Just messing with timelapse using Magic Lantern raw video and FPS Override on the 50D (0.5fps conformed to 24p). Used my latest build of @1%'s Tragic Lantern (Sept 8th) https://bitbucket.org/andy600/tl50d/downloads Shot on an EOS 50D with an Auto Revuenon 50mm F1.4 at F2.8/ ISO 400. Frame size 1584x892 (16:9) Post - DNGs CC'd, upscaled and converted to Jpeg in Raw Therapee. Added some noise reduction, tone mapping, camera moves and the 2.35:1 letterbox in After Effects. Rendered at 1080p. Notes: This was a very quick set-up and shoot test. I was trying to work out what I was seeing from the balcony and had to think fast, guessing the best settings for Magic Lantern to capture this as raw video. It looked a little like the Aurora Borealis or possibly Nocto Luminescent clouds (as I've previously photographed http://imgbox.com/g/4sDa81fACu) but was way too low for either. It turned out to be simple fog dancing across the rooftops but the bright light in a nearby carpark gave it a cool blue glow. If it happens again I'll set-up a proper 4k photo timelapse and try for some better angles. Follow the Magic Lantern 50D raw video thread http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=5586.0

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                • Magic Lantern FPS override water tests


                  from Anthony Hamlin (AKA Hamberphim) / Added

                  Notice the introduction of pink in some colors on the override shots as compared to the final full 24fps shot. (Exposure could have been handle a little better but I didn't have my viewfinder with me.)

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                  • Jon 6fps


                    from Jonathan DeNicholas / Added

                    323 Plays / / 2 Comments

                    Just Testing my 5d3 with FPS override RAW video from Magic Lantern Music: Beat Timed Grime

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