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  • ThursdayJuly23rd
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    Thank you!

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  • cam3d
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    The images look usable for sure - When checking images you want to see sharpness (with no motion blur or out of focus blur) - Minimal sensor noise and not over/underexposed so that means shadows and highlights balanced.

    I'm wondering how I can tell if the images extracted from the video are optimized for 3Dflow or if I could have chosen a different format when converting from braw to 3Dflow recognized video file.
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    The images extracted from the video by 3Dflow will auto-filter out blur etc... https://youtu.be/d11ET_er5rs - If you're using uncompressed video then this will be best for Zephyr - Compression will introduce many artifacts which will reduce the quality of the output, in some cases significantly.

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  • ThursdayJuly23rd
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    Morning update... my test model turned out pretty good. Please see this video for details: http://somup.com/cYQqFdXdTw

    Decent detail level up close...

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    Here is my capture pattern
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  • Image quality extracted from MOV video check request

    My BMPCC6K camera shoots RAW video ( actually kind of a hybrid raw ) at 6144x3456 ... today I shot some video in the .braw format ( native format of this camera; but can also choose ProRes and other formats that might have been a better choice ) . I then converted the .braw video file to uncompressed .mov ( because 3DFlow didn't recognize the .braw format ) and imported the frames from the video. I'm wondering how I can tell if the images extracted from the video are optimized for 3Dflow or if I could have chosen a different format when converting from braw to 3Dflow recognized video file.

    Could someone take a quick look at the images and tell me if they look useable?

    Images here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wj4p6f1ch...nRQfbtHxa?dl=0

    Also; how do I check how well an image is optimized for 3DFlow myself?

    Thanks for any tips!

    Update: The importing/aligning of jpg frames has been successful: 251 of 251. Happy with that ratio. I'll report back with an example of my simple test model later tonight or tomorrow morning.
    Last edited by ThursdayJuly23rd; 2020-09-19, 06:10 AM.
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