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Join the conversation ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.10/ Connection to 0.0.0.10 failed. Adv Reply March 25th, 2012 #3 cotcot View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Iced Blended Vanilla Crème Ubuntu Join Date Jun 2005 Location Belgium Beans 1,522 DistroUbuntu 11.10 Oneiric You'll get the license error if you try to use RGB 4:4:4 options and don't have a paid Cineform product installed, but you shouldn't if you use YUV 4:2:2 (in the I guess it's high time to dig deep into the various options of the QuickTime encoding toolbox. http://neoppidum.com/advice-on/advice.php
If you haven't needed it before, you'll likely never need it again AVCHD is also older and most kept around for compatibility. Avoid .wmv and any other proprietary codecs. Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report The Solution: Spectralis wrote on 02/27/2012, 12:05 AM The GoPro version linked by John puts a huge 'License Err' sign over Adv Reply Quick Navigation Multimedia Software Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New to http://generalspecialist.com/video-codec-advice/
I'm not employed by Avid or work for them. Sean_Hargraves 2010-11-26 19:16:35 UTC #11 mkozlows: So are you actually ripping each episode to an individual file? Cineform will make a small but usually insignificant change. This was more useful a few years ago when PCs were slower… I've been happily using QT PNGs (for their combination of universal compatibility and small file sizes) for several years
Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support Multimedia Software [ubuntu] advice on good codec for Heck, SONY's DV and Microsoft's DV codec produce exactly the same size files, exactly the same bits per pixel, but the quality difference is astounding. Last edited by chickenPie4breakfast; March 25th, 2012 at 02:18 PM. h264? .dv?
chequers 2010-11-24 14:02:57 UTC #6 In handbrake, use x264 in Constant RateFactor mode, trying values from 23 - 18. It has a couple of nice features, but until they get the codecs worked out, it's a real PITA to get files that work right on it (I had to install And why M4V? read this post here Perhaps I'll make a small table listing the codec options and their advantages/disadvantages, if you post a couple of nice comments!
Help Remember me Forum Vegas Pro Video Codec Advice Codec Advice Spectralis asked on 02/26/2012, 02:21 AM I'm doing a lot of editing of PAL DV between Vegas 11 and After Most pro-tier cameras today shoot ProRes or some variation of compressed RAW, but H.264 is still very common at the low end. Re: Seeking codec & container advice luisawinters Nov 30, 2016 9:37 AM (in response to sa'dial21232727) The file size depends on the bitrate. Video Filters Tab: For DVDs I'll leave Detelecine and Decomb to "Default." Detelecine is for sources that run at 23.976 frames per second and Decomb is for deinterlacing frames that need
This has several advantages, but unfortunately file sizes is not one of them. You do realize that was already explained almost three years ago, yes? These things do not affect file size, they affect quality - bitrate does affect filesize. 1 person found this helpful Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More vBulletin ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. have a peek at these guys You won't be able to vote or comment. 012[Advice] Which codec to use? (self.videography)submitted 9 months ago by LynnCommunityTVJVC GY-HM600U, FCPX - PEG StationMy staff and I are still relatively new to the concept of I need to end up with all the footage in two resolutions - a high quality 'archive' resolution and a lower resolution (converted from the higher) for the projection. At 100% is virtually lossless.- QT JPEG2000: Not mentioned.- third-party codecs - too much hassle and risk.Sequences:- TGA: Bigger.- TIFF: Bigger.- PNG: Bigger?
MP4 can achieve better quality in fewer bytes than MPEG 1 or 2, and at the same bitrate it is stunning in comparison. In the case of Lagarith vs. Mighty_Ponygirl 2010-11-29 06:30:53 UTC #15 So I spent the weekend messing about with some of the suggestions here and here's what I've ultimately determined: The WD Live Plus is a temperamental check over here Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical © Canonical Ltd.
Sean_Hargraves 2010-11-26 19:12:29 UTC #10 In Handbrake, I use the High Profile preset, then tweak it in the following way: Picture Tab: I set Anamorphic to "None." This limits the Width Signature Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report Bubble Vision YouTube | Facebook I don't work for MAGIX The Solution: Spectralis wrote on 02/26/2012, 09:15 AM Thank you Encoding a DV file in some other codec means you've now accumulated the quality loss of *BOTH* codecs.
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While it is true Decomb will only deinterlace frames that need it, as far as I know (and I'm probably wrong) it will still analyze each frame to see if it Also, I'm interested to know how your workflow with rendering, compression etc is handled at SVT for instance. Better is to use lossless codecs such as QuickTime Animation: Best and QuickTime PNG: Best which have so called "RLE" compression just like ZIP files, which has no quality-loss whatsoever, but But in your case I doubt Cineform is your best bet anyway.
I am working on a Mac and think it will make sense to work in RGB since I'll be projecting the end results. Great blog, btw scot Friday, December 7, 2007 at 5:23 pm >Hello Jonas,I have quick (hopefully) question about 3rd party codecs for AE…I'm doing alot of client presentations, about 2 minutes I do not have any image processing toolboxes.Is VideoReader the right tool, or overkill? http://neoppidum.com/advice-on/advice-on-upgrade-please.php Bruce Joakim LindÃ©n Tuesday, February 27, 2007 at 9:05 pm >Nice insights there guys! …and I've always rendered out stuff as png sequences.
There are several third-party QuickTimes codecs such as the BlackMagic Design‘s codec that also have similiar options, but they need to be installed separately on every machine. Same annoyance as the Blackmagic, of course: distribution to all machines is necessary. The media comes from a variety of sources from Canon 5D, Phantom 4K, Arri Alexa, Sony FS700 etc. Multigeneration work in 4:2:0 is much more subject to visible degradation than multigeneration work in 4:1:1, although neither is particularly good.
Anyone have any experience with JPEG-2000 as a video codec? Data rates would be super-high but I wonder if it could be the poor man's SheerVideo codec. Thanks Mac Pro, 3.7 GHz Quad-core, 32GB RAM, G-Tech G-RAID Studio etc. [view my complete system specs] Sun, Jul 3 2016 6:51 PM In reply to insch Joined on At 100% quality very few pixel values are changed at all, making it virtually lossless.
mkozlows 2010-11-24 08:36:00 UTC #2 So are you actually ripping each episode to an individual file? Bruce Allen Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 7:34 pm >If you set Filter to None on the QT PNGs, they compress faster (but files are bigger).
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