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Rafael AmadorRe: Generation Loss in the digital world?
by on Dec 18, 2010 at 5:45:49 pm

We can talk about generation lost when reproducing a picture.
The possible quality lost when up/down-scaling a picture can't be considered "generation lost".

The only way to avoid generation lost in digital, is using Uncompressed formats and high quality processes.
Every compression/decompression cycle degrades the picture as when in Analog the Composite signal is separated to Components and back to Composite.
In digital will depend of the quality of the RAW material and the quality and number of rendering processes that your stuff undergoes.
rafael

http://www.nagavideo.com


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