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Nov 4 '15 at 1:25 comment added user3450548 Very nice, I will stay tuned so ;)
Nov 4 '15 at 0:10 comment added stib Yes, FFV1 is mathematically lossless. So input === output. We tested it before we adopted it. I believe that they've been working on improving the speed too.
Nov 2 '15 at 13:31 comment added user3450548 Being lossless the video is bit to bit identical to a Huffyuv one right? Only not so performant on cpu side during encoding (or also on decoding) ? In this case for archival I will use for sure FFV1 !
Nov 2 '15 at 12:25 comment added stib Yep, that's the idea about FFV1. It's actually been adopted by a couple of archival institutions as a long-term archival format, including the Austrian film archive. With Dynamic link and heavy AE projects, I often pre-render and use a proxy while I'm working. Then at the end I delete the proxy before I master.
Nov 2 '15 at 9:11 comment added user3450548 Thank you for the clear reply, here my toughs: Dynamic Link is a good solution for light projects, but especially for AE and pre-compositions tends to get glichy and slow, that's why is something I not always use. About the codec aging and it's possibility to being portable in future they said to avoid Lagarith and other smaller codecs for the same reasons claiming Huffyuv as more supported around the globe, but i will give FFV1 definitively a try. Thanks! PS: FFV1 is supported by ffmpeg foundation right? So we have big chances that it will be always readable in future ?
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