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  1. Thought you might like to see my latest project. Most of it was shot using 5D Mark III and Magic Lantern. I hope you like it.
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    Just to follow up, one of the posters helped me by converting one of my frames using Divinci Resolve (Thank you for the help!) and we saw less aliasing. It is still present though. I had one other thought, I have my camera set to IPB. Would All-I possibly make any difference?
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    Thank you for the replies. I see this aliasing when I open the DNG file with Adobe Camera Raw, so there is no codec and no color subsampling at that point. I am curious about the debayering: I was thinking that the data would already be debayered and binned in the camera by Magic Lantern to get down to 1920x1080 before writing the RAW file to the CF card. I imagined the RAW file contained 14bit RGB pixels. Is that not how it works?
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    I am using raw2dng followed by Adobe Camera Raw.
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    Hi, This is a 1:1 crop from a single video frame using 5D Mark III with Magic Lantern at 1080P 24fps. Can anyone tell me if this level of aliasing on diagonal lines is normal? I can dial down the sharpening to make it less pronounced, but is there anything else I can do? I never thought to try capturing the same scene with an MOV canon file so I can't say if this has anything to do with ML. Thanks.
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