A standard def DVD is usually around 5-8mb/s. RED Ray is outputting 4k at just a slightly higher data rate.
Okay, now I really need a visual demonstration.
Seriously, it is technically possible because, at higher resolutions, the compression is more efficient. The quality does not scale linear to pixel count. Additionally, wavelet compression is much more efficient than MPEG-2 that Sony was champoionning for the last 20 years and holds about 150 related patents dragging the whole industry backwards two decades. Besides, the Blue Ray, is also based on the obsoleted MPEG-2 so that Sony could collect royalties....
Anyway, very impressive result.
Pawel are you there? Did you see it?
About to run the uncompressed (~ 800MB/s) and RED RAY (~ 10Mb/s) reels one more time...We need to hear "3rd party" opinions on how it looks
1 MB = 8 Mb
Yea, but get people to post too. :)
almost as much fun trying to make sense of the "chat".....
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