I'm sorry if I am re-posting an old topic, but I have scoured everywhere and have come up, for the most part, empty handed. What I am trying to do is calculate the amount of time I can get off different RED media dependent on resolution, frame size and compression. I know there are plenty of data calculators out there -- I have been messing with them -- but most of them only cover 4K and those that do cover 2K or 3K only do so with one aspect ratio. I want to be able to calculate the difference between 2K 2:1 and 2K 16:9, for example. I have pixel resolutions for these, but I am fairly confused when it comes to calculating all of this information together.
Is there a formula to calculate, based on pixel resolution and different REDCODE compressions, the amount of MB/s?
I am aware that REDCODE is a variable compression and so any calculations will be approximations. Thanks in advance for all of your help!
Calculating RED Data Rates
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