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Ronnie Gilmer
Canon C100, FCPX and Youtube 1440P Upload
on Jan 17, 2014 at 4:09:41 pm

Hello, I recently saw a youtube user using a Canon C100 upload to youtube above 1080p which is 1440p. Can someone explain exactly what 1440P is and how it works, also How can I upload to youtube in 1440P via FCPX?
Here is the video.


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Bret Williams
Re: Canon C100, FCPX and Youtube 1440P Upload
on Jan 17, 2014 at 6:59:30 pm

Did you create something in 1440p? There's no video to see here.


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Mark Smith
Re: Canon C100, FCPX and Youtube 1440P Upload
on Jan 17, 2014 at 7:15:15 pm

I think you might be mistaken about 1440 P. The 1440 refers to the frame width , which is smaller than 1920. Back in the day of tape ( oh so long ago) Hdcam recordings were 1440x 1080 non square pixels, because tape did not have the bandwidth to record a full raster HD stream, so f900's recorded 1440x 1080 rectangular pixels. The broadcasters were ok with this as we all know. Canon implemented 1440 recoding in the latest update to create a lower data rate recording format that would still be acceptable to broadcasters.
What appears above is purely my take on the situation and may not be completely factual, but I think the kernel of it is true.


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Ronnie Gilmer
Re: Canon C100, FCPX and Youtube 1440P Upload
on Jan 17, 2014 at 7:34:44 pm

Here is the link to the video




it goes 720P 1080P 1440P


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Jeremy Garchow
Re: Canon C100, FCPX and Youtube 1440P Upload
on Jan 17, 2014 at 11:25:47 pm

It's 2560x1440p.

It's a 16x9 aspect ratio derived from QuadHD (or UltraHD), which seems like it might emerge as broadcast 4k standard at 3840x2160. Ultra HD is exactly 4x the resolution of 1080p.

1440p is about 1.33x the resolution. Dual link DVI based computer monitors can handle 1440p.

2160p will be 4k on YouTube.

Jeremy


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