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    GH5 You cannot "curve" exposure. Lookup sensor...

    You cannot "curve" exposure. Lookup sensor saturation.
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    GH5 Use HLG or VLOG and do not over expose. That's...

    Use HLG or VLOG and do not over expose. That's all you can do, it is limited by the dynamic range of the camera.
  3. GH5 I think you will be better off using HLG than the...

    I think you will be better off using HLG than the crappy v-log implementation on the GH5(s).
  4. Lol 8k@24, then unless you are making shots of...

    Lol 8k@24, then unless you are making shots of rocks you get the same motion blur in 8k as you get in 4k :)
  5. Probably because the decision makers at those...

    Probably because the decision makers at those companies are all old grey haired men who think that the ye olde TV standard was and is the best thing since sliced bread. :)
  6. Thread: GH6 rumors

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    GH5 My GH6 wish list: - A better lower resolution...

    My GH6 wish list:

    - A better lower resolution sensor optimized for video (like GH5s or better)
    - Save recording directly to an SSD through an USB-c interface (Like the BM Pocket 4K)
    - Raw output...
  7. You might want to take a look at the annual codec...

    You might want to take a look at the annual codec comparisons performed by the Moscow State University
    http://compression.ru/video/codec_comparison/hevc_2018/


    Transcoding never makes things any...
  8. I think that statement is questionable for two...

    I think that statement is questionable for two reasons:

    1. The often quoted twice as efficient compression efficiency of H.265 over H.264 applies to very low bit-rates only. Towards higher...
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    Your main limitation is the bit-depth and the...

    Your main limitation is the bit-depth and the compression ratio. For good grading you need a minimum of 10-bit bit-depth.
    If you only have 8-bits I would use 4K and scale to HD after you grade.
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  10. You need a NAS if more than one computer access...

    You need a NAS if more than one computer access your files at the same time. If you are only using one computer you are wasting money.
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    Ah, Opus 10, no. 3, very nice! The piece...

    Ah, Opus 10, no. 3, very nice! The piece Rubinstein never recorded (he claimed it was too hard - I don't think anything was too hard for Rubinstein -
    but nevertheless, no recording exists).
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    I think it should be a goodbye with nostalgia and...

    I think it should be a goodbye with nostalgia and a bit of naughty remembrance, not, as we hear here, a funeral.
    I find this interpretation more to my liking:

    ...
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    You folks simply do not understand. Yes, the new...

    You folks simply do not understand. Yes, the new Mac Pro perhaps uses somewhat older technology and does not seem to be competitive in price. But you folks are missing the forest from the tree. ...
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    Right, like arguing on this forum! :violin:

    Right, like arguing on this forum! :violin:
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    Sure....... This just came in, it seems it is...

    Sure.......

    This just came in, it seems it is available tomorrow at your nearest Apple store (rumors have it fans are already camping out with their matrasses to be the first to get one!)!
    ...
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    Intel got caught with their pants down. After...

    Intel got caught with their pants down. After years of 'we are the leader' let's just take it easy with innovation and throw a bone once in a while for extra $$$, they got a reality shock by AMD...
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    Resolve 16 (currently in beta) has an NLog...

    Resolve 16 (currently in beta) has an NLog colorspace transform.
    Using colorspace transforms is the best way to grade.
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    The point of the Eizo (and the Sony, FSI and...

    The point of the Eizo (and the Sony, FSI and Panasonic high end HDR monitors) is not the resolution, the point is that they are reference HDR monitors.

    I think it's a bit absurd to compare a...
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    I strongly doubt that Apple is a proponent of any...

    I strongly doubt that Apple is a proponent of any free codecs, it would be a first.

    AV1 is going strong, Android Q will have it built-in.
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    http://youtu.be/5puWTkYpaVY

    http://youtu.be/5puWTkYpaVY
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    Not all people have a tree in their backyard that...

    Not all people have a tree in their backyard that grows money.
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    So unlike Apple, they must have missed that, in...

    So unlike Apple, they must have missed that, in addition to proprietary keyboard and monitor connections, proprietary NVME drives, an OS that is only allowed to run on their hardware, they could have...
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    And $999 for a stand is no laughing or booing...

    And $999 for a stand is no laughing or booing matter:

    https://www.extremetech.com/computi...r-critical-coverage-of-its-1000-monitor-stand
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    http://youtu.be/C6tIzxmPCQE

    http://youtu.be/C6tIzxmPCQE
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    What is cool about a company whose sole mode of...

    What is cool about a company whose sole mode of operation is to be proprietary and anti-competitive?
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