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Alessia Rossi
10 bit uncompressed intermediate from Premiere Pro: QuickTime Animation or Uncomprressed Avi?
on Jul 17, 2013 at 5:57:31 pm

Hi Everybody!
I need to export a 30 minutes documentary (edited in PPro on a PC) in order to give it to the DCP making guy who asked for a 10 bit uncompressed file.

Should I render to QuickTime Animation or is it better to render in uncompressed AVI?


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Ivan Myles
Re: 10 bit uncompressed intermediate from Premiere Pro: QuickTime Animation or Uncomprressed Avi?
on Jul 18, 2013 at 8:51:30 am

QuickTime Animation is 8-bit. I prefer DPX because it is 10-bit fully sub-sampled 444. Other options include QuickTime 10-bit 422 and AVI V210 (10-bit 422). If file size becomes an issue you might also consider low-compression codecs such as DNxHD, AVC-Intra, and Cineform.


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Alessia Rossi
Re: 10 bit uncompressed intermediate from Premiere Pro: QuickTime Animation or Uncomprressed Avi?
on Jul 18, 2013 at 10:37:26 am

Thanks for you kind answer!

So "Uncompressed microsoft avi" is not an option?


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Ivan Myles
Re: 10 bit uncompressed intermediate from Premiere Pro: QuickTime Animation or Uncomprressed Avi?
on Jul 18, 2013 at 4:54:27 pm

[Alessia Rossi] "So 'Uncompressed microsoft avi' is not an option?"

The 10-bit 422 YUV codec under the "Uncompressed Microsoft AVI" heading should meet your needs. It was replaced by V210 in later releases of Adobe CS, and is equivalent to QuickTime uncompressed 10-bit 422 YUV.


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