Have a small problem / confusion and hope you can help me. Anticipates am not a director and technical expert, but just be me deal with it, so patiens! ;)
Did my 15-minute film by colorist (8-bit Canon 7D material) than 10-bit DPX get sequence, because this is the only way that I completely lossless. (Before we demand: 10-bit already makes sense because of new effects, vignettes, etc.)
Now any program can not deal with the DPX files do, so I made the CS4 170GB DPX files with an AVI AE wanted.
I've been told that Blue-Ray support, in contrast to HDCAM and DVD, etc. 10-bit, so I will cut the movie, of course, synonymous with maximum color depth to the Blue-Ray.
Now for the problem, find in the export settings to no 10-bit uncompressed AVI, then only 8 and 16th Then from the 170GB probably unnecessary more? Furthermore, there synonymous other settings that I do not glance over / and are synonymous in the network have found little explanation.
How do I get to 10-bit uncompressed when exporting? What settings are to be considered for export (unkomp. AVI)?
Then I wanted to know, has learned about MOV that the change always (should such as between PC and Mac) and therefore not serve as the Master File. Is the right thing for AVI or fumbles the synonymous s.Material?
Only once so far. Have you ever thank you and nice greetings!
Antwort von Valentino:
Have you already imported the DPX files so in CS4?
If so, then it is very important the first time they are 10-bit Linear DPX files. Should it be log DPX umbedingt you should look carefully whether they look just as synonymous with color grading and not too dark or too bright.
Since a 10 bit DPX sequence is the greatest feeling already, I do not understand why it do something else like. AVI is s.sich first time, only the container (bucket) in which you write the video in a specific codec (Divx, XviD, etc). As an additional codecs me the new Matrox codecs fall (Windows only) one like the Avid DNxHD codec, which dominate 10-bit. I know with the CS4 not look good, but if it already supports AVC-Intra then you can save synonymous in this. With this codec you'll be able to compress depending on the data rate up to 1 / 10.
For Blu-Ray, until you imagine quite sure supports the 10 bit? If the AVC not on a Blu-Ray and limited to 8bit 4:2:0? It fails not because the there are very few monitors and TV monitors are supporting 10 bit color depth? Does anyone here a little better with the theme from?
I would take a first place s.deiner AVC or MPEG2 render / Blu-Ray compliant video from Premiere and then import this into a Blu-Ray Mastering program.
In which container (. mov, or. avi) you put your material more or less no preference. This is seen graphically by only an envelope that describes what and how it is in it. You can see there pretty much stuck there. For further processing of your 15 minute. For as little loss of quality in your DPX sequence. Avi, or. Mov convert uncompressed. Any other 10bit codec fumbles "s.deinem material. Now some information is missing in your text. You want to play the video clip as a Blue Ray Disc? A compliant, playable on all players, video Blue Ray only supports three codecs. 1.Microsofts VC-1 (. Wmv) 2nd MPEG2 3rd MPEG4-AVC (h264 or how can I find the better x264) with this codec, especially in high profile 4:2:2 and 4:4:4 10 bit sample Depht supported. (Bring you nothing - 7D material ...)