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  • Thu, May 23 2019 3:32 PM

    • Matthew Clulow
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    CONFIGURING AVID DNXHD output to quicktime - QUALITY

    Using setting 1080p 29.97 DNXHD 100. 

    Unable to change data rate and profile is locked at MEDIUM QUALITY

    Data-rate control is not operable    ?????

    Trying to push best possible quality to You Tube

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    Matthew Clulow

  • Thu, May 23 2019 3:45 PM In reply to

    Re: CONFIGURING AVID DNXHD output to quicktime - QUALITY

    Is there a question in here?

    All DNx flavors are locked to specific standards. There are no variables in the video bitrate or codec that can be altered. If it was customizable, then it would be no longer DNx100.

    We do much of our HD work in that flavor of codec and works well for us.

    If you want to go higher, you can go to DNx145 or DNx220. Changing specs on export take a long time, by the way. It may be better to do a mixdown to the resolution you want and then export "same as source" for the fastest export.

    I hope this helps.


    M. Cebrian

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  • Thu, May 23 2019 4:39 PM In reply to

    • Matthew Clulow
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    Re: CONFIGURING AVID DNXHD output to quicktime - QUALITY

    Thx.   I'll try this

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  • Fri, May 24 2019 10:02 AM In reply to

    Re: CONFIGURING AVID DNXHD output to quicktime - QUALITY

    X at the end 220X etc indicates that the project could be used for 10bit editing exporting.

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  • Sat, May 25 2019 3:51 PM In reply to

    • EvanAA
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    Re: CONFIGURING AVID DNXHD output to quicktime - QUALITY

    I will also add that if you are exporting files that might need to go into other systems like Adobe/PP, Resolve, Etc there can be a strong argument to not use the QT/mov export but to use the Op1a set to the DnX you want.

    Advantages are:

    1)export/import faster

    2)mov files are slowly being supported less.

    3) and main one. seems to eliminate and level shift issues when importing into another system/softwares.

     

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