Thanks for that info Perry! Before I used Gamma Ray's excellent scanning services, I had my Super 8 film scanned by a firm I will not mention (in California). Despite my clearly written instructions when I shipped the film to them, they scanned at 18 fps when I told them it was shot at 24 fps. So the resulting ProRes file I got from them was crap. I will never use them again! It was also Tri-X film, so the final render and subsequent compression knock down by YouTube has crazy compression blocking and makes me sad to watch.
While I have your attention:
All things considered; which scanning format would you recommend to a prosumer with Super 8 film:
ProRes 4:2:2 Super 2k or 10-bit .DPX sequence Super 2k (I always want overscan)?
(Vegas works in an 8-bit environment, so I'm assuming I'm already losing some data from the 10-bit .DPX)
Also, when you say Uncompressed, which file/format/codec specifically?
Thanks in advance!