Thanks to Arm.Indy for the new build process!
Meanwhile, there were a few code changes:
* User manual at your fingertips (I'll let you discover how to enable
this; thanks to Sztupy for making this possible with the RLE bitmap
* Config file load/save is now almost instant, which results in:
- Fast startup => boot logo is no longer needed
- Config file saved every time you close the menu => settings are
saved even if ML crashes
* Fixed crash in photo mode when ClearScreen was active (this needs
more testing; ClearScreen is now off by default due to this bug)
* Full-screen waveform (although with low-res to reduce memory usage)
* Some new power saving options in Debug menu
* Ghost image is back in the menu
* When AGC is on, ML displays current digital gain in the menu. Also
I've noticed AGC is only applied on digital domain => updated the
* HDMI option for forcing VGA resolution => this avoids the few
seconds of black screen when you start recording. Moreover, this mode
has the same resolution as built-in LCD, so most ML graphics tools
should work with the same code. In high-resolution mode you won't be
able to use most LiveView functions for a while (they didn't work well
Thanks to SmallHD, Trammell Hudson and James Donnelly, I'll receive a
HDMI monitor soon and I'll be able to fix these issues.
I've also started a wiki page at http://magiclantern.wikia.com/wiki/Unified
600D port is still young; the audio module is disabled for now. You
can see what works and what not on its wiki page.
When installing, make sure you copy all the subfolders from the zip
archive on the card. The simplest way to upgrade is to unzip
Try changing this line in magic.cfg:
waveform_bg = 20
waveform_bg = 3
waveform_bg = 0
This is done from Custom Functions: on 550D, Shutter/AE lock button
should be AE lock/AF.
What does "don't click me" do?
On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 9:47 AM, AlexV <al...@vafiopoulos.de> wrote:
> I am missing the lower row of info (ISO, shutter etc) on my 60D.
In photo mode, flash is blocked by placing something on the hot shoe
(a bubble level, a plastic cap or something similar). Flash can also
be enabled/disabled from Canon menu.
Restoring default settings from Canon menu should enable the flash.
If you are sure it's not a hardware issue, can you try older ML
versions to see which one works with your flash?
You may try one which has the flash/noflash option, and see what ML
shows about flash setting (it should say Flash: ON).
In latest ML version, the only flash-related option is flash exposure
compensation with a wider range (-10...+3 EV), and it's only applied
when you change it from the menu.
> I encountered something odd with this latest build and my 550/T2i.
> When using the bundled Canon EF-S 18-55 Zoom lens w/ the July 8th 2011
> build I noticed that when I manually zoomed the lens I would hear a
> clicking from the lens as if the aperture was engaging briefly ever
> few seconds. I would restart the camera to try to fix this but the
I can reproduce this behavior without ML, with my kit lens. If the
aperture would remain in the same position (mechanically), the
f-number would decrease as you zoom in. The camera opens the aperture
to keep the f-number (more or less) constant; this causes clicking
sounds and flicker.
If the focal length sensor is not accurate, the aperture may go back
and forth a few times.
> Thanks again for this awesome software. Just wanted to know if it is
> possible for you guys to put in a burst speed of say 15 fps or more at
> low resolution say 1 or 2 MP or more in the cam.
Movie recording is done at 24...30fps with around 2 MP ;)