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Re: Does FCP degrade 10 bit files/clips?

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Rafael AmadorRe: Does FCP degrade 10 bit files/clips?
by on Aug 4, 2011 at 11:04:14 am

[David Smith] "Are you saying that there is no way to see a 10 bit image? If a Mac won't output 10 bit than what computer system does?"
[David Smith] "I've head Macs can't handle 10 bit. I'm setting up my system right now. What I don't understand is: If a Mac Pro is not 10 bit what are people using to color grade 10 on? "
Is nothing about Macs, is about your cards and monitors.
You need and external video card 10b capable and a 10b or CRT monitor.



[Jeremy Garchow] "I will disagree with Rafael in that when rendered, the gradient is indeed 10bit. "
So what do you expect from an 8b Ramp when you render it (blur) at 32bFP and export in 1n 10bYUV?
To tell the difference between 8 and 10b just need FC's scope.



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