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KiboOst
Which codec for editing ?
on Nov 29, 2005 at 2:13:36 pm

Hi,

I'm looking for a codec (PAL) to do editing stuff. We do 3d animation, rendered as stills, some effects and so in compositing, and actually I export each sequence an uncompressed avi. Then I do editing in premiere pro, to finnally export it on DVD and QT.
Using uncompressed for all sequences is a bit tremendeous as it is very heavy on the hard drive, so in backups, and it is quite slow while editing.
So I'm looking for a PAL codec which is lighter than uncompressed, but keep very high quality as all will be finnally encode to QT or mpeg2 (dvd).

Also, I have a project now where we do all animations and compositing, but another studio will do editing. So such a codec would be helpfull.

Does it exist such a non destructive compressed codec ?

Thanks

Kib


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daniel_l
Re: Which codec for editing ?
on Nov 29, 2005 at 3:34:01 pm

http://www.bitjazz.com/sheervideo/





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KiboOst
Re: Which codec for editing ?
on Nov 30, 2005 at 7:35:39 pm

Hey Thanks, it is not free but really cheap for what it does ! Just tried the demo and seems exactly what I'm looking for ;-)

Kib


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Ed
Re: Which codec for editing ?
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on Nov 30, 2005 at 5:51:49 pm

Check this out, it's a bit dated, but still very helpful.
Ed


http://codecs.onerivermedia.com/


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KiboOst
Re: Which codec for editing ?
on Nov 30, 2005 at 7:36:13 pm

Many thanks, I didn't know this site ! Some nice info even if a bit outdated.

Kib


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