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Old 05-04-2019, 10:01 PM   #21
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Hi Anton,

Just HD MP4. And I'm loaded with 9.2 only. Not sure what file to output the EDIUS timeline to in order to get it over to Handbrake.
Thanks - have a good weekend in Aussie!
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Hey Alan, as Anton said, handbrake can take HQX, so export an HQX quicktime or AVI and hanbrake should chew on that nicely.
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Old 05-05-2019, 02:41 AM   #22
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Hi Anton,

Just HD MP4. And I'm loaded with 9.2 only. Not sure what file to output the EDIUS timeline to in order to get it over to Handbrake.
Thanks - have a good weekend in Aussie!
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I am one for fast workflow so I export mpeg2 HD program stream at 25mbps with PCM audio and closed GOP

Handbrake then processes this file at a speed of 225 frames a second to mp4 HD

if I feed it HQX, the encoding speed will be way slower

I shoot lots of full day government conferences with about 8 speakers at 40min each, so speed of export after editing is important

the end result goes on their intranet and quality is great as far as I see
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Anton & Bern - thanks for the valuable info. Obviously, the way to go.
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Anton & Bern - thanks for the valuable info. Obviously, the way to go.
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No problem Alan,

Personally I prefer the HQX route over the MPEG2 route that Anton uses. It does take longer, but the HQX codec is a much higher quality starting point than the MPEG2 route Anton uses.

Of course the project does sort of dictate the acceptable workflow. In my day job, I work in high end film, where anything less in quality than ProRes 422HQ is not really acceptable, so that is what I lean toward the HQX route, as it is capable of similar quality to ProRes422HQ.

I do use Edius at home for event videography work, where like Anton time vs. money is more relevent, so an MPEG2 route for my event work would be acceptable, but I still tend to do the HQX master as a starting point.

The MPEG2 route I would consider more of a "broadcast quality" starting point, which is essentially the bottom of the barrel in my daytime work.
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Old 05-06-2019, 01:07 AM   #25
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Thanks Bern. Well put, and mindfully being followed.
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Just curious but how improved is Handbrake over an MP4 export direct from Edius?
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Old 05-07-2019, 09:19 AM   #27
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Just curious but how improved is Handbrake over an MP4 export direct from Edius?
Handbrake does highly optimized encodings. Bitrate allocation works a way better here on two-pass encodings to get best quality possible. Edius exports are one-pass only so bitrate allocation is a just matter of estimating about motion in video and bitrate needed.

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