Shoot Video with Magic Lantern in Canon DSLR Camera
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Shoot Video with Magic Lantern in Canon DSLR Camera

Unleash your creative genius with Magic Lantern, the software that can turn your Canon DSLR to versatile film camera.
5.0 (2 ratings)
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75 students enrolled
Created by Nayeem Mahmud
Last updated 9/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • have sound knowledge on Magic Lantern to shoot quality audio and video.
  • have detail knowledge on audio features of Magic Lantern
  • have knowledge on external audio recorders as well as preamps to record quality audio
  • have detail instructions on how to install CUSTOM PICTURE STYLE/PICTURE PROFILE
  • have sound understanding on how to make and install CUSTOM CROPMAKRS
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Requirements
  • Students need to have Magic Lantern installed in their DSLRs.
Description

This course has been designed to provide a comprehensive information on Magic Lantern, a software that can transform a Canon DSLR to a versatile film camera. Apart from providing detail information on Magic Lantern, this tutorial demonstrates some key workflows on shooting RAW, HDR and Time-lapse Video. A detail information on using external audio recording device, techniques to install custom picture style, and instruction on making custom cropmakrs have been provided. A detail instruction on how to use Look Up Table (LUT) with CineStyle Picture profile has also been given. This 3 hours long course is one of the most comprehensive tutorials on this topic.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for those who are using Canon DSLRs along with Magic Lantern for their video production.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 75 Lectures Collapse All 75 Lectures 02:58:28
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INTRODUCTION
5 Lectures 06:56
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AUDIO
11 Lectures 07:44

L/R Digital Gain
00:23

Input Source
01:35

Mic Power
00:25

AGC
00:26

Output Volume
00:20

Headphone Monitoring
00:43

Audio Meters
00:19

Speaker Volume [Nightly Builds]
00:24

Beep, Test Tones [Nightly Builds]
00:55

Recommended Audio Settings
01:00
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AUDIO TIPS
4 Lectures 03:17
Audio Monitoring With Headphone
00:56


Using External Audio Recorder
00:45

Choosing a Right Microphone
00:43
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EXPOSURE
12 Lectures 33:39
White Balance
07:33


Shutter
01:50

Aperture
01:00

Picture Style
15:33

Recording Picture Style
00:30

Exposure Override
00:48

LV Display
00:07

EXPO Lock
00:41

EXPO Presets
00:29

ExpSim [Nightly Builds]
00:08

Recommended Exposure Settings
00:56
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OVERLAY
13 Lectures 19:29
Global Draw
01:45

Zebras
01:33

Focus Peak
02:20

Magic Zoom
02:40

Cropmarks
05:38

Ghost Image
00:59

Defishing
00:27

Spotmeter
00:42

False Color
00:32

Histogram
01:35

Waveform
00:18

Vectorscope
00:20

Recommended Overlay Settings
00:40
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MOVIE
16 Lectures 01:13:28
Bit Rate
02:21

Time Indicator
01:18

Movie Logging
00:35

Movie Restart
00:19

Rec/Stby Notification
00:38

Movie Rec Key
00:54

Force LiveView
00:43

Shutter Lock
00:15

FPS Override
03:52

HDR Video
20:11

Image Effects
02:55

Gradual Exposure
00:46

Vignetting
02:36

Image Fine-tuning
00:48

RAW Video
32:47

Movie Tweaks
02:30
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SHOOT
1 Lecture 25:58
Time-lapse
25:58
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FOCUS
1 Lecture 01:43
Rack Focus
01:43
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PREFERENCES
4 Lectures 03:32
Config Files
00:26

Arrow/Set Shortcuts
00:31

LV Display Presets
01:50

Lens Info Preferences
00:45
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MODULES
7 Lectures 01:43
Autoexpo.mo
00:24

Dual_iso.mo
00:23

Ettr.mo
00:12

Mlv_play.mo
00:07

Mlv_rec.mo
00:08

Mlv_snd.mo
00:07

Raw_rec.mo
00:22
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About the Instructor
Nayeem Mahmud
5.0 Average rating
2 Reviews
75 Students
1 Course
Filmmaker

I am an independent filmmaker. Currently I'm pursuing a post graduation on Film & Screen Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London. My recent project was Good Night Gloria, an independent feature film that can be found in Vimeo's video on demand. I along my colleagues spent almost two years to complete the project. The primary camera that I used to shoot the film was a Canon DSLR. I was really intrigued by Magic Lantern, a software that runs along with Canon's firmware. It opened up endless possibilities and I made full use of it.

For last four years, I have been using Canon DSLR as my primary tool to shoot video for feature film, short film and commercials. Despite of all the limitations, I found out that DSLRs have certain advantage over traditional camcorders and cameras not to mention that they shoot amazing stills. Therefore I believe in the possibilities of DSLRs for shooting video. With Magic Lantern now you can shoot amazing RAW videos that were only possible by expensive cameras few years ago.

As I'm a believer of the possibilities of the online media, I went into The University of Gloucestershire to complete my first MSc in Computing with IT Management. But due to my passion on both technology and media, I ended up being a broadcasting journalist at the beginning of my career. I had the opportunity to work for two cable TV networks in the UK and worked extensively on news and events. Those news and stories helped me to know the communities better and inspired me to tell their stories beyond the news report.

I love to share the knowledge regarding filmmaking and related technologies through Twitter, Facebook and my website.