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Old 10-15-2019, 04:21 PM   #11
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For pure archive, Iíd go with Antonís suggestion. MPEG2 works on so many levels.

The ability to capture direct to it is also a time saver.

Itís been a while but I think Edius will smart render it as well. Which means you can edit and export MPG2 without quality loss for sections that donít have any added overlays or picture manipulation.

As Bern has pointed out, the entire video/TV and even parts of the film industry used it as its main codec for a very long time and still does for certain applications.

Bern, do you remember the first time you got your hands on anything with a C-Cube chip in it and you could do real-time 2D character generating and a few MPEG2 decodes in REAL TIME? Ahh, those were the days :)
Thanks for the very complete info... I am capturing with Edius 5.51 in avi-HQ

I will look to these computer (only dedicated for capture and burning DVD with Epson PP-100) if I can choose MPG2.

Thanks for advice
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If you start with SD HQ then you are asking EDIUS to upscale to HD MPEG2. I think that is what is taking the time. If you stayed SD it would be very quick I think. Not sure the upscale is worth it as any time you playback on a TV it will upscale realtime.
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If you start with SD HQ then you are asking EDIUS to upscale to HD MPEG2. I think that is what is taking the time. If you stayed SD it would be very quick I think. Not sure the upscale is worth it as any time you playback on a TV it will upscale realtime.
I have done a new test from the capture file (Canopus-HQ) but, as you notice, staying in SD and respecting the parameters given by Anton
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SD mpeg2 at 15mbps with PCM audio and closed GOP
You are right... time for exportation on the editing PC (Edius 8 & 9) is only 10 % of the real time. I don't see any difference between HQ and MPG2.

Capture computer equipped with NX canopus card do not propose the MPG2 format to capture.

Thanks !
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