some reasons to use lossless codecs wrote:1. No Quality Loss is obviously a good thing...
2. Faster Seek-Times for improved editing speed. This allows you to easily scrub the timeline and rearrange clips.
3. Truly Frame-Accurate footage allows for precise cuts; important for timing.
4. Improved Stability usually prevents glitches and program crashes…
Kionon wrote:I've used Lag and HuffYUV in school and in professional settings. They're tools, like any other. If your professors give you flack about your intermediate LOSSLESS codec, they are pompous asses.
Phantasmagoriat wrote:Then again, editing with proxies is even better, but I'm guessing people would think you're crazy to even suggest using low quality footage... or they'll think you're pulling off some kind of voodoo.
Castor Troy wrote:Kionon wrote:I've used Lag and HuffYUV in school and in professional settings. They're tools, like any other. If your professors give you flack about your intermediate LOSSLESS codec, they are pompous asses.
That's fine for your own system, but:
Lagarith and Huffy don't work in Avid or Final Cut and the process of capturing footage from high-def cameras used for film and TV is far different than ripping DVDs/converting raws.
I don't think the industry wants to waste time converting their 4k RED camera clips into lagarith and huffy codecs since Avid, Final Cut, Premiere, and even Vegas have support for native camera codecs.
Kionon wrote:That being said, if someone says you can never ever under any circumstances use huffyuv, they're pompous asses, and I'd ignore them. Or possibly tell them so.
Niotex wrote:Castor Troy wrote:Most Hollywood editors don't even know what codecs are.
Quoted for truth.
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