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comment The ProRes of Premiere Pro?
All your facts are true, but your suggestion to stick with an EOL'd editing program doesn't logically follow your facts. You can achieve the same color behavior from most varieties of editing codecs.
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answered What should I be looking for in a low cost color correcting monitor?
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comment The ProRes of Premiere Pro?
Color filters are the textbook example of heavy processing horsepower needs. Even if you're working with highly optimized modern plugins and software that use all your processor/graphics cores (e.g. Colorista II and Resolve), there's just a limit to how much math a computer can do in realtime. Millions can be spent to get real time performance in "any" circumstance, but it's usually more reasonable to settle for non-real time playback at some point, and disable the filters while editing.
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comment Best Lossless Video Encoder For Editing
File size and decode speed are part of equation, but so are number of streams playing and disk speed. We need to know how important each individual feature is for you, in order to balance them together and come up with an answer. You can't have all of everything, because the features tug at each other. Also, "lossless" is a terrible word to use here, if your intent is to say "highest fidelity".
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