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David Goodman
Max Depth/Maximum Render Quality for baked video and upscaling on export.
on Jul 28, 2016 at 12:45:33 am

Hello,

I'm taking a video that was rendered at 720p MOV h264 and re-rendering on a Mac to ProRes at 1080p for playback on a cinema projector.

My question is A) do I necessarily need to check the Maximum Depth setting since all effects and grading are more or less baked into the existing file. B) I am upscaling from 720p to 1080p so do I need to check MRQ? My understanding is that MRQ is used for better downscaling. I haven't seen any mention of it improving upscaling.

Normally I'd just leave them on, but the Mac is a base model and the render time with these settings off is 3 hours. With them on it is 17 hours. Deadline is tomorrow. Ha

Thanks for any insights,

Dave


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Joe Barta IV
Re: Max Depth/Maximum Render Quality for baked video and upscaling on export.
on Jul 28, 2016 at 12:31:36 pm

MRQ and Max Depth are not needed for this, as you've discovered it will only inflate your render times.

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David Goodman
Re: Max Depth/Maximum Render Quality for baked video and upscaling on export.
on Jul 28, 2016 at 3:44:53 pm

Makes sense. Thanks for the response!


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