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#1 Frank Chang

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Posted 29 August 2016 - 09:08 AM

Is H264 a good encode codec to use for film4K render in AE for lossless

or is there a better one to choose if I want the best video quality? Currently

H264 is generating about 750MB for the 15 minute feature.

Currently I am trying to compose the scanned DPX 4K 16 bits 72 dpi files

using DPX_Plus plug-In.

 

Just curious. I also have TIFF 16 bits files from the same scan.

This is only a 15 minute feature. If I use TIFF instead of DPX,

do I loose anything in terms of image quality, etc? (Note:The current

DPX file does not contain audio data)


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