The V-DSLRs use it as a compression MPEG-4 AVC/H.264.
However, that the compression at the high-definition camcorders often AVCHD.
Wiki says the two are the same ... right?
thanks for the help! gruss mat
Antwort von Jan:
this question could explain s.Besten WoWu, He is so, the video codec freak.
I'll try layman.
A few companies have joined forces to develop a very efficient codec based on MPEG 4th These files are even by simply burning a data DVD read directly of a Blu Ray player.
Today, use AVCHD - Panasonic, Canon, JVC Sonyand. Sanyo and Samsung use the regular H.264 codec.
Sanyo and Samsung were of the opinion that the license fees are too high for AVCHD, and the benefits and cost are not proportional.
At the end of a similar quality / format can be seen at the same data rate, AVCHD is supported in part of many video editing programs better. Some of my freaks but, already, that the image quality with aberrations / movement representations with AVCHD does it better.
It is even sometimes a little more complicated, because some profiles are AVCHD. Depending on the profile data can be packed more efficiently and improve the picture quality.