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  • #31
    Originally posted by Ulisse View Post
    Ok, now I understand. Thanks to explain. Tomorrow I'd like to get some tests with h.264 .mp4 100Mbps and XAVC Intra Class 300. According to your experience wich of both will give a better image quality? I mean better definition and gradation of colors. I don't mean compatibility but only better video.

    PS: If I export to XAVC Intra Class 480, what can I get? I will get even a better file but a heavier file too?
    You have EDIUS as a tool . Why don't you export to the different file formats/codecs you are asking about and look at the results?
    I find it strange that you ask which will look better when you can easily compare them visually and see what looks better to you. IMHO it is best to judge your self.

    That said a lot of things you ask are already answered in this thread by different people. :)
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    • #32
      now that we know that you shoot 8bit, it does not make much sense in exporting to XAVC 10bit

      H264 mp4 should look fine with 50M to 100M, try 75M
      Anton Strauss
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      • #33
        Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
        now that we know that you shoot 8bit, it does not make much sense in exporting to XAVC 10bit
        try 75M
        In my Edius 9 I see 50M, 100M but not 75M.
        Anyway in 2-3 months I will buy Sony and I will shoot 50p 10bit and I will have the same XAVC problem. There is no boxes or Media Players connected to TV reading XAVC files.

        EDIT: In your opinion is it a good device to read high bitrate files (200Mbps)? I mean it: https://www.amazon.it/BLUETOOTH-SIST...uc+Intel&psc=1
        Last edited by Ulisse; 10-23-2018, 10:13 AM.
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        • #34
          Originally posted by Ulisse View Post
          In my Edius 9 I see 50M, 100M but not 75M.
          Anyway in 2-3 months I will buy Sony and I will shoot 50p 10bit and I will have the same XAVC problem. There is no boxes or Media Players connected to TV reading XAVC files.

          EDIT: In your opinion is it a good device to read high bitrate files (200Mbps)? I mean it: https://www.amazon.it/BLUETOOTH-SIST...uc+Intel&psc=1
          you can have 51, 52, 53, 54, 55M etc by typing it

          press Tab to make it stick
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          Anton Strauss
          Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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