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  • Sun, Sep 22 2013 8:07 PM

    • brett
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    DNxHD 5D mark ii

    Hey guys real quick I've been wondering about the best resolutions for bluray (for client) and vimeo.  I shoot with a 5D mark ii and run on media composer 7.

    I have a solid system and just bout unlimited hard drive space etc.  What is the BEST import settings for DNXHD?

    Will importing at lets say 45 look any different than something higher?  I really want to be able to have top of the line video and I color correct with magic bullet.

    What advice can you guys offer me? 

     

    I'll update my specs asap but the sytem I am running 

    i73930k 3.2 (overclocked at 4.0) quad i7 with 32gb of ram

    I have 1.5tb solid state drive in this sytem.

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  • Sun, Sep 22 2013 11:27 PM In reply to

    Re: DNxHD 5D mark ii

    The 5D creates H.264 in a MOV container. DNX 145 or 115 should more than suffice. You can convert it to 220/175 but the gain is minimal.

     

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  • Mon, Sep 23 2013 1:53 AM In reply to

    • brett
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    Re: DNxHD 5D mark ii

    Thanks a bunch Dom...all these numbers and formats start getting too confusing for me.

    7820x 32GB ramGTX 1070m.2 a7sII Magic bullet looks > resolve. yep [view my complete system specs]
  • Mon, Sep 23 2013 7:00 AM In reply to

    Re: DNxHD 5D mark ii

    The 5D is only 8 bit so no real value in going 10 bit (make sure you expose well as 8 bit sources under exposed will degrade if you bring them up in the colour correction.)

    The Avid DNxHD values represent the datarate and the higher the value the less compression is happening.

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