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Allard DePallerd
What DNxHR codec should I use for FS7 footage
on Oct 23, 2017 at 1:13:53 pm

hi guys,

I want to convert my FS7 UHD footage to MXF DNxHR, which is more friendly for my system. So i want a lossless/lossy conversion.
However, there are so many options to choose from. Im not sure which one I should pick to make sure I dont loose any quality.

These are the specs from my footage:
bitrate: 490 mb/s
4:2:2
10 bit bit depth
4096x2160 pixels

So i was thinking about the DNxHR HQX codec.. Would that be the right one?

And it appears streamclip can't do this for me.. so should i just adobe media encoder..or resolve? thanks


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Dmitry Kuznetsov
Re: What DNxHR codec should I use for FS7 footage
on Oct 27, 2017 at 6:59:31 pm

Hi,
DNxHR HQX is a good choice I use it in my workflow very often, but be aware that Adobe Premiere and Adobe Encoder doesn't work correctly with anything more than 10 bits. I prefer to encode in after effects everything that needs color management and anything that have more than 8 bits.
More here:
http://wolfcrow.com/blog/how-to-handle-bit-depth-in-adobe-premiere-pro-afte...

Resolve should works fine.

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