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    Quote Originally Posted by Ido Karilla View Post
    3 different processing of the same image that result in different motion bluer and a slight change in contrast.
    Correct. That's the flexibility inherent in HDRx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirik Tyrihjel View Post
    Would love to see it in motion!
    you already have :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ido Karilla View Post
    This is fantastic. Thanks again and again....

    Jim, Jarred, someone...

    Can you elaborate some more please?

    3 different processing of the same image that result in different motion bluer and a slight change in contrast.

    Are the motion and contrast coupled together?

    What are the control parameters?

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    Yes... the dynamic range and "Magic Motion" are tied together. You have a slider to decide how much of it you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    Yes... the dynamic range and "Magic Motion" are tied together. You have a slider to decide how much of it you want.

    Jim
    Would it be possible to separate them? For situations where all the motion takes place within the normal exposure range but you want to hold out a window off to the side?

    Obviously it could be done manually but a Magic Motion Bias slider could be useful in a lot of situations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    Yes... the dynamic range and "Magic Motion" are tied together. You have a slider to decide how much of it you want.

    Jim
    You guys are always up to such neat tricks...

    So I take from the "slider" comment that this is something which will be variable, not just choosing between preset A, B, or C?
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    i don't believe i have ever seen 120 fps + slo mo with normal motion blur but it would be interesting as a test
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    Amazing stuff Team RED!

    Options, options, options... It never ends with you guys

    Will these options also be in camera or is it a process only applied in RCX or Storm?

    Keep on trucking :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    you already have :)
    I stand corrected.

    Side by side, with different degrees of Magic Motion applied was what I meant, but you don´t have to do it for me, just send me my Epic and I can fix it myself ;-)
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    more RAW = more post choices.

    This Magic motion affects motion "look" as high Shutter??
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    Very interesting!
    Which of the three stills matches the video posted the other day?
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