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  1. Using Resolve studio here. Once I turned then into 25fps they playback real-time on my PC. Trying to playback at 100fps it dropped frames. But in a 25 or 24 timeline it worked. Time stretched or normal, works really fine. My setup is a Ryzen 1600 with a Radeon Rx570 4gb, 32gb ram. Very similar to some Macs. My system struggles with the Canon R5 h265, 100% CPU usage dropping frames, but not the Sony ones, 40-50% CPU. Even turning the R5 files into 24-25fps doesn't make any difference. But the Sony XAVC-I performed really close to prores, 25% CPU, and that is a great po
  2. It looks really good for my taste. Just Aces Slog3 Conversion to rec 709, no grading. And the footage is really good to for color grading, much more information on the codec. I could never do things like that with the past Sony mirrorless codecs and have no compression artifacts and banding issues.
  3. I think that just looking to an already graded jpeg export is not going to reveal it. I was talking about my experience grading the files. There are much more color information in shadows and highlights. The guy with his bike in the air was really underexposed and I was able to push it up without looking mushy or like an alien. Scrubbing through those files into the timeline are really close to prores. I really had problems with banding and compression artifacts with the older Sony's. Don't see it on those files. I believe that in the hands of a good colorist it
  4. Just downloaded the footage from that James Matthews video. Great footage by the way. The A7s iii is now a contender angainst other low priced cinema cameras. All the information you need to create a good color grading is there. Rich colors, shadow and highlight information. All packed inside a usable codec that is the h264 all-i 10bit. All the problems I had before with sony mirrorles footage are gone. Noise compression, banding, poor colors, artifacts, etc. I aways thought a good codec could turn these Sonys into something else, and here it is. Personaly I really l
  5. One solution a company like Tilta can come up with is: A Cfexpress card adapter that has metal parts coming out of the camera in some kind of heatsink. It can have the shape of a battery grip. Inside it you can plug an Nvme type of storage (since cfexpress is based in PCI Express 3) and batteries. You have to remove the card door or the grip can have some kind of door holder.
  6. Yes, it's totally possible, since the coper(or gold) contacts of the camera and cards are perfect heat transfer materials.
  7. It's really strange that with the card inside the camera and without writing into it build up heat. Gerald's external recording get longer times the internal with the card inside the camera. So, don't believe it's na software limitation/cripple from Canon. The only explanation I have is that the card itself is absorbing the heat from the the other parts of the camera. But wen the card is writing it helps to build up more heat.
  8. This is a nice find. It shows that the card space of the camera is one of the parts building up heat. It might be a solution for external recording. Since there is no writing to the cards, and the card door is closed in his test, that empty space without cards might help reducing the heat. Don't know... More tests need to be conducted. Canon might come up with a card door extender/cooler, hahaha. And for the prices of cfexpress cards a Ninja V recorder is really an option.
  9. It would be nice to unite all our arguments against Canon the brand not the users. I'm always moving from brand to brand on camera body choices, and have put high hopes on the R5 since the rumored specs. I really don't believe Canon can solve the overheating problems by a firmware update, it seems to be some kind of heat exchange limitation due to weather sealing. That might be the only explanation for the longer recovery times unaffected by outside temperatures. The other major problem for me is the h265 422 10bit that is unable to playback real-time in lots of systems. I have mysel
  10. Yes, these EOS R5 footage looks incredible. I only use the ACES CLog conversion, no grading at all, and already looks fantastic. Really wish someone upload some nice footage from the A7s 3 like that one, so we can play with it. And hope that Canon come up with something that doesn't take 5 years to do. At least sony throw their best codecs into a mirrorless. But for now I will keep my pocket 4k. Its not full frame but colors and codecs are really nice to work with.
  11. I Just did another test here. Its crazy wath you said, that even your machine with RTX 2080 ti is on the limit for that footage. Maybe Nvidia RTXs has better implementation for the kind of compression of the h265 Eos R5 are generating. Runing on Resolve Studio too. This time I tested with another Canon Eos R5 clip from another source also. The clip with trees are from A7s3 - XAVS HS that is H265 10bit. And in the end i add two 8k Raw clips from canon EOS R5 Again, the Eos R5 h265 didn't playback realtime and CPUU 100%. The A7s h265 plays realtime, and my CPU was at 60%
  12. At least it seems 4k all-i works without overheating, but he doesn't test if to show for how much time. But 8k overheating even without recording, that's terrible.
  13. I find the footages here: 4k H265 10bit - EOS R5 https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1dA1Em-D2ioEJU5jInk_JT_EsQGVIprCZ 4k H264 10bit - A7s3 footage (Terrible filmed by those Italian guys a video posted early) https://slimdogsproduction.wetransfer.com/downloads/be4e230906d02ad1281aa39cf8a4fe1820200723133445/c42214
  14. Yes, I believe it is going to work on many machines. But on his video it didn't playback realtime on a Mac pro with the vega 2 card and 12 core CPU. So I decided to try for myself on my humble Ryzen 1600 with RX570 card. Resolve and all drivers are the last updates. And it didn't playback realtime, but the footage from A7s 3 works really well since it is H264 10bit. In this fast test I set the timeline to 29,976fps for the Canon R5 footage. A7s3 footage is in 50fps. In the end I add a pocket 4k footage BRAW 24fps. Playing R5 H256 the CPU was maxed out a
  15. Hi Guys, I would like to hear your toughts on that: It sems like no GPU today can support editing H265 4:2:2 10bit, only 4:2:0 or 4:4:4, as Max Yuryev demonstrates on his videos, and was atested by other people in the coments. So If you plan to shoot Canon Log footage with the R5 or R6 you might be in for CPU overheating while editing. Raw 8k plays much better on his tests. At least the A7s 3 have the options for more friendly codecs. I don't plan on buying any of those cameras, at least for now. I work with documentaries, and I'm currently using the Pocket 4k. Worked with Sony
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