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    I been searching this forum for info about the Canopus HQ codec and how to use it. No luck.

    My questions, I read that it is better to use the HQ codec over the DV codec when printing to a file (AVI). Why?
    I usually print to an AVI file once I have a section on the timeline I want to keep and use later in the whole project. I'm given a change to change some setting in the "Print to CanopusHQ" format, but I'm not sure if I should change any or if things are better left alone. In the Print to CanopusHQ file area, what am I doing if I make changes to the setting?

    Thanks
    Bob
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    the canopus hq codec is way better than dv, it is 4:2:2, leave it on standard settings

    to see how much better hq is, do the following

    1. start a standard def 16:9 pal project

    2. place this still on timeline http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e...HQ-DV-test.tga

    3. export to dv avi and then place on timeline

    4. then export to hq and place on timeline and compare, you will see the difference from a mile away
    Last edited by antonsvideo; 03-15-2008, 06:58 AM.
    Anton Strauss
    Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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