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comment Optimizing MPEG2 Encoder in Adobe Media Encoder
trying to not flood the site with Q's! But I'll open a 3rd question about the GOP weirdness...
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comment Can H264 achieve “equivalence” with ProRes 422?
OK, sorry, moved options questions to video.stackexchange.com/questions/12504
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comment Can H264 achieve “equivalence” with ProRes 422?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment Can H264 achieve “equivalence” with ProRes 422?
Wow, amazing results with MPEG2 ... see my updated post above.
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comment Can H264 achieve “equivalence” with ProRes 422?
I don't see Hi422 mentioned on that MainConcept page ... just DCP. Is there a Hi422 plugin or encoder for Mac?
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comment Can H264 achieve “equivalence” with ProRes 422?
Does Media Encoder have a Hi422P option? Couldn't find it. And when I tried to encode as DCP via Wraptor, ME kept crashing.
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comment Any way to change properties of subcomp based on parent comp?
Yeah, that's not what I mean. Imagine a comp called 'Red," within which is nested a comp called 'Circle.' Red has a color picker set to red, and Circle takes its color from Red. Now I want to duplicate Red, call it Blue, and have Circle -- the same Circle precomp, not a copy of it -- become blue when it's nested within 'Blue.' Does that make sense? Apparently it's not possible. Blue would have to be duplicated in order to reference the new parent comp. There is no way for a comp to discover which comp it is nested in.
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comment Find/replace duplicate comps?
That kind of coding is beyond me ... but would be great if someone else wrote it! I wonder if there's a "suggestion box" at aescripts.com...
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accepted Find/replace duplicate comps?
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