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Old 09-13-2010, 05:45 PM   #3
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Same as other intermediate codecs (Cineform, DNxHD), but this version allows you to go down with quantization to 0, so it means at this setting it will be close or maybe even lossless. It looks like GV has removed Lossless codec from Edius 6, because of new (even better quality) HQX codec. Lossless is missing in the version which they show at IBC.

With modern machine you can have 4k 10bit HQX file with few filters playing with no rendering- quite impressive.

Andrew
Keep in mind that you had better have some serious power to add filters and edit in RT.
Also, you notice the buffer drops from SD to HDV to Full HD, and then 4k....it will take a big hit.
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