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Driftwood Cluster X series 3:│moon T7│ЅріzZ T6│Nebula T7│Drewnet T9│
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  • @driftwood Thanks Nick. Looking forward to getting my hands on T6 :)

  • @Driftwood. Will there be an update with Slipstream?

  • @kidgray He mentioned as much in the older thread. I was really surprised how much I liked it over Flow Motion when I needed a 3 gop patch to shoot on a slower SD card. Like his other patches, I found the noise to have an almost film grain like quality, quite pleasing in fact, making it an easy call to not feel the need to add a grain layer to the footage during my finishing.

  • @ BurnetRhoades Yeah, slipstream looks really good actually. I will test it more today. Im gonna test 25p HBR.

  • Shot using Drewnet T9

  • Just tried Moon T7 on a G3 with SanDisk Extreme 45MB/s, and it does span, unlike SD Extreme 30MB/s, which does not. I've successfully recorded a few test clips at 90MBit/s (the longest - 20min), and no problems with spanning.

  • @johnnymossville nice looking footage.

  • @driftwood I was wondering if Drewnet T9 also has the softer matrix for panny glass similar to Moon T7? thanks love the new settings.

  • @EYESOUL Theyre both based on similarities and edited for each GOP :-)

  • Here is small project I shot for a couple I know, with the GH2 and various lenses using MOON patch v5 or 6 i think, GH2 did the job. ENJOY. Comments and questions welcome.

  • @JBP1138 (Lucas fan?)

    The first thing I noticed is that the dialog is only on the left channel. That's annoying enough to make me stop watching. (The bit I saw looked good, though.)

  • GOP3 battle: Flowmotion v202 is completely DESTROYED by forthcoming Katsu @bkmcwd /Driftwood Spizz T6 with Cluster X technology. Video below;-

    Spizz quantisation QPs average 3, FlowMotion averages 17. (Low is best). Indeed all the new Cluster X series settings are comparable to GOP/bitrate = Stunning quality.

    Spizz T6 will be released over the next few days. :-)

  • Looking forward to trying Spizz. I have a wedding with three GH2's on wedding so I'll be sure to mark with colored tape which has Spizz on it. Should be fun

  • I have a request @driftwood:

    Would you release a moderated anamorphic versions of Moon T7 and Drewnet T9, please?

    Of course, I mean the MJPEG mode settings. Is it possible to mix the anamorphic variations settings with the newest settings of T9 for MJPEG?

    Please, driftwood, you're the expert, do such a releases.

    Big thanks in advance!


    Download the latest version of Spizz T6 here and let me know your thoughts regarding 24p (other modes are being fine tuned). Its pretty special. The final version of Spizz T6 will be released shortly.

    Updated Spizz T6 - improved matrix for 720p and b frmes on 1080i - PLEASE TEST
  • @driftwood I did some test with Spizz T6 and 24p looks great! I didn't have any write errors but I did notice some files wouldn't playback in camera.

  • @driftwood Moon T7 SetE works great but i still have my mind running on 24p native 24 frames hack,...any further development on Moon T7 SetD 24 Frames??

  • @JPB1138 what lens you used for this project??

  • @driftwood one of the video HUD app shows Moon T7 SetD as

    General Count : 284 Count of stream of this kind : 1 Kind of stream : General Stream identifier : 0 ID : 0 (0x0) Count of video streams : 1 Count of audio streams : 1 Count of text streams : 1 Video_Format_List : AVC Video_Format_WithHint_List : AVC Codecs Video : AVC Audio_Format_List : AC-3 Audio_Format_WithHint_List : AC-3 Audio codecs : AC3 Text_Format_List : PGS Text_Format_WithHint_List : PGS Text codecs : PGS Complete name : /Users/babujimohideen/Desktop/South Tour/00001.MTS Folder name : /Users/babujimohideen/Desktop/South Tour File name : 00001 File extension : MTS Format : BDAV Format/Info : Blu-ray Video Format/Extensions usually used : m2ts Commercial name : BDAV Codec : BDAV Codec/Info : Blu-ray Video Codec/Extensions usually used : m2ts File size : 117.1 MiB Duration : 00:00:06.669 Overall bit rate mode : Variable Overall bit rate : 146 Mbps Maximum Overall bit rate : 157 Mbps Stream size : 5.39 MiB (5%) Proportion of this stream : 0.04605 File last modification date : UTC 2013-07-27 05:11:50 File last modification date (local) : 2013-07-27 10:41:50

    Video Count : 264 Count of stream of this kind : 1 Kind of stream : Video Stream identifier : 0 StreamOrder : 0-0 ID : 4113 (0x1011) Menu ID : 1 (0x1) Format : AVC Format/Info : Advanced Video Codec Format/Url : Commercial name : AVC Format profile : High@L4.0 Format settings : 2 Ref Frames Format settings, CABAC : No Format settings, ReFrames : 2 frames Internet media type : video/H264 Codec ID : 27 Codec : AVC Codec/Family : AVC Codec/Info : Advanced Video Codec Codec/Url : Codec profile : High@L4.0 Codec settings : 2 Ref Frames Codec settings, CABAC : No Codec_Settings_RefFrames : 2 Duration : 00:00:06.673 Bit rate mode : Variable Bit rate : 140 Mbps Maximum bit rate : 153 Mbps Width : 1 920 pixels Height : 1 080 pixels Pixel aspect ratio : 1.000 Display aspect ratio : 16:9 Frame rate : 24.000 fps Frame count : 160 Resolution : 8 bits Colorimetry : 4:2:0 Color space : YUV Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0 Bit depth : 8 bits Scan type : Progressive Interlacement : Progressive Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 2.820 Delay : 00:00:00.735 Delay, origin : Container Stream size : 112 MiB (95%) Proportion of this stream : 0.95264 Buffer size : 120753152 / 120753152 format_identifier : HDMV

    Audio Count : 241 Count of stream of this kind : 1 Kind of stream : Audio Stream identifier : 0 StreamOrder : 0-1 ID : 4352 (0x1100) Menu ID : 1 (0x1) Format : AC-3 Format/Info : Audio Coding 3 Commercial name : AC-3 Mode extension : CM (complete main) Format settings, Endianness : Big Codec ID : 129 Codec : AC3 Duration : 00:00:06.688 Bit rate mode : Constant Bit rate : 192 Kbps Channel(s) : 2 channels Channel positions : 2/0/0 Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz Samples count : 321024 Frame count : 209 Resolution : 16 bits Bit depth : 16 bits Compression mode : Lossy Delay : 00:00:00.735 Delay, origin : Container Delay relative to video : 0 Video0 delay : 0 Stream size : 157 KiB (0%) Proportion of this stream : 0.00131 dsurmod : 0 dialnorm : -31 dialnorm/String : -31 dB compr : -11.02 compr/String : -11.02 dB bsid : 4 dialnorm_Average : -31 dialnorm_Average/String : -31 dB dialnorm_Minimum : -31 dialnorm_Minimum/String : -31 dB dialnorm_Maximum : -31 dialnorm_Maximum/String : -31 dB dialnorm_Count : 30 compr_Average : -11.02 compr_Average/String : -11.02 dB compr_Minimum : -11.02 compr_Minimum/String : -11.02 dB compr_Maximum : -11.02 compr_Maximum/String : -11.02 dB compr_Count : 30 format_identifier : AC-3

    Text Count : 195 Count of stream of this kind : 1 Kind of stream : Text Stream identifier : 0 StreamOrder : 0-2 ID : 4608 (0x1200) Menu ID : 1 (0x1) Format : PGS Commercial name : PGS Codec ID : 144 Codec : PGS Duration : 00:00:06.567 Delay : 00:00:00.735 Delay, origin : Container Delay relative to video : 0

  • @driftwood Spizz T6 Records, spans and plays back in camera. Only tested 720P & 1080i PAL. I don't use 24P so not testing this format. I'll leave it to the experts. Rec Quality FSH Card used standard '45' 32Gb sandisk. On these results it may be a good substitute for redshift. Nice one. Many thanks

  • Here is a test of the Driftwood SPIZZ T6 patch. Hope it is useful...

  • Hey guys.

    My name's Mathew. I'll be shooting a 20 minute short film with the GH2 hacked in about 10 days time. At this point I'll be experimenting with Moon T7 and the new Spizz hack this week, leading up to production. If this should go elsewhere in the forum please let me know and I've relocate it.

    Could anyone recommend the best hacks in your opinion, and the accompanying settings required? I've only shot on the GH2 for a few days before this and so, I'm not aware of any of the little tricks and settings required to get the best out of the camera.

    Most of it is going to be 24 1080p with about 20 seconds screen time 720p slow motion for a chase and maybe some spraying/dripping blood. I've got scenes with lots of brick and tin roofs (moire concerns), and scenes with quite a lot of brightness range, plus running water and background windy forest. I'll be mainly using the EF Canon F2.8 24-70 USM, 70-200 USM, and the tokina F2.8 11-16mm. Though it looks like I've got a 50mm F1.4 (happy).

    I've been tossing up between shooting on a GH2 or the RAW ML Hack for a 5Dmkii. At this point I'm going down the GH2 direction, as I feel the GH2 is still better imo.

    Questions, with any of the hacks, is it possible to live monitor while shooting Tele conv mode? Is there a way to get rid of the extra data information in the image while externally monitoring? Fastest way to dump all the files off an SD card? Have a Mac Book Pro with SD slot. I don't know what auto quantizer is. I'm going to read about that and also the best way to import and edit the footage (editor uses FCP 10).

    Any help you can give will be really appreciated and sample footage etc will be posted up.

  • In my experience, Moon Trial 7 is by far the best looking footage I've ever seen from my camera. Incredibly film-like, especially when using set D, which records at a true 24 fps, not the faux 23.976 that 'video' uses.

  • @jim_simon not quite sure the human eye can detect the difference in 24 and 23.97 very accurately, but if deep down it makes you feel better about the situation then amen, the setting you've always wanted! ; )

  • Driftwood MOON T7 quick macro test

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