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  • #16
    Originally posted by iibw View Post
    I always edit using Canopus HQ, then archive the completed timeline to m2t which is stored on my hard drive. m2t files are much smaller than HQ.
    If space is not an issue, and for me it isn't, I always export to an 8bit YUV uncompressed file. This will also play in most editors, provided you have the drive speed.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Ulisse View Post
      Therefore do you mean in general TS files are a little bit better quality version than HQ the quality? I mean image quality.
      Yes - as KH says, my point is only that .ts files are first generation - so are a great archival medium being that they are much smaller than HQ, I once had someone argue with me that HQ files were better quality. This is not possible, however they are much easier on the computer when editing, and have expanded colour space for stills, effects, transitions and such that go over or between the footage.. :-)

      HQ is what I use for editing, the difference is infinitely small to the human eye, although I don't know how much degradation is involved in going from .ts > HQ > .ts - it looks fine though.. - suggest new features - report bugs - Free edius user add-ons