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    ACR 5D3 RAW Flicker Solution
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    This plugin can probably help remove ACR flicker for 5D3 RAW footage: http://www.digitalanarchy.com/Flicker/main.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by jcs View Post
    This plugin can probably help remove ACR flicker for 5D3 RAW footage: http://www.digitalanarchy.com/Flicker/main.html

    Revision Deflicker works a treat...

    I haven't been getting that too much recently, although I have suffered with colour shifts when outdoors... going from warm to cold back to warm WB.. annoying, but I think its an ACR issue. Im going to be trying some of the latest firmwarez for 1.2.3 tomorrow and doing some testing.


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    Cool let us know how it goes. I'm still using 1.1.3. Have had good luck editing directly in PPro CC using chmee's MLV to CDNG converter, raw2cdng (Windows or VM needed). Have also worked on better controlling the environment so highlight/shadows etc. provided by ACR aren't needed.


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    I have been testing the latest builds.. May 20th has been solid as a rock on fir: 1.2.3... No errors, no skipped frames, no problems whatsoever... this build is solid.

    I went to a friends house and made a little video of their daughter to test.



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    That is really lovely little film, the parents must be very happy. I'm sure there are a lot of new parents out there that would love to get something like this.


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    Awesome video.
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    Thanks guys!! I appreciate the kind words.

    I dont' know whether its on Magic Lanterns side or the fact that I went back to shooting manual white balance, but those shifts in colour and flickering have all but disappeared, I haven't had any problems with this for a while now


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