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Jeff Kelley
Color Space 4:2:0
on Sep 23, 2019 at 7:33:33 pm

Hi, I've got a video. The people said it needs to be "color space 4:2:0

Is that something I can go in Premiere?

Thanks

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Shane Ross
Re: Color Space 4:2:0
on Sep 24, 2019 at 12:13:32 am

Color space is typically tied to a codec. ProRes 422 can only be 4:2:2...thus why it is called ProRes "422." HDV is a format that can go 4:2:0...as are a few formats of H.264...and XDCAM. So...when they say they need it to be 4:2:0...what CODEC do they also want it to be? Only certain codecs can be 4:2;0. I'd think the codec type was more important than the color space.

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Pat Horridge
Re: Color Space 4:2:0
on Sep 24, 2019 at 7:19:57 am

Work in 4:2:2 and output in 4:2:2 as a master file.
Then convert that to the required codec that will allow you 4:2:0 colour subsampling

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Jeff Kelley
Re: Color Space 4:2:0
on Oct 7, 2019 at 7:30:32 pm

Thanks so much!

So the guidelines I was sent had this CODEC (as well as specifying 4:2:0)

• Video codec shall be H.264/AVC

Should I assume that will be the right color space?

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