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  • Mon, Jun 22 2009 9:47 PM

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    DNxHD differences

    What is the difference between DNxHD 60 and DNxHD 90??

    Is there a master list of all the DNxHD resolutions somewhere that show the differences between each?


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  • Mon, Jun 22 2009 11:38 PM In reply to

    Re: DNxHD differences

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  • Tue, Jun 23 2009 5:25 AM In reply to

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    Re: DNxHD differences


    Is there a master list of all the DNxHD resolutions somewhere that show the differences between each?


    Maybe the info at page 754 in the advanced guide is what you are looking for


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  • Tue, Jun 23 2009 9:09 AM In reply to

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    Re: DNxHD differences

    The number is the bitrate. If it has an X (DNxHD 185X for example) it is 10-bit.

    They are all the same raster size (full resolution depending on the mode). All are intra-frame compression.

    Basically a lower bitrate codec will tend to show compression most in 'high frequency' detail first (think of trees at a distance, or the rough pattern on bricks). To the naked eye it's very hard, in my experience, to see any difference between uncompressed video and DNxHD.

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