Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

1

I'm not sure how this fits into a streaming strategy, but the DPX file format includes per-frame metadata (potentially a great deal of it). This Wikipedia article has the basic info. I'm also not clear on what you mean by 'bound permanently'. In the AVI file container the "I" stands for "Interleaved", where video and audio packets (roughly) alternate in the ...


1

If you must encode at each step, use a lossless codec, or at least at a high bit rate and bit depth. But it's unusual and inefficient to perform intermediate encodings. A decent NLE will let you apply the needed transforms on separate segments or layers and only encode as a final step. And note that rendering doesn't imply encoding in the final format. It ...


1

If you are archiving the video you're not going to get better quality than the original files. So why not just save those and a copy of the project? To make it easier you can use the project manager File>Project Manager> to save just the media you use in your project (or you can transcode and trim the clips if you wish). Saving the original clips means you ...


1

The thing is, whatever you do you will still have to re-render your files, they have to be re-encoded. Some small amount of quality degradation/compression, however miniscule, is inevitable. My best advice would simply be to try and match you sequence and render settings as close to the original files as possible, find a file size–quality ratio you feel ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible