... and Jakes example of h264 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htCyvK3bW1k
but it I have the bandwidthe etc then the prores422hq still looks much better, but this means continuing to rely on mac
Last edited by adam r; 08-07-2012 at 07:22 PM.
Is there a good alternative to prores? I know cineform is supposed to be as good (if not better), but it also costs money I'd rather not have to spend... so is there something similar that's already included in CS5.5 or CS6?
+1 for Cineform.
Well worth the cost.
Render Intermediate out of Premiere Pro. --> Re-render that file into a 4mbps h.264 = Simulation of how Youtube will crush your video.
For my professional clients I will hand them a YUV 4:2:0 h.264 in a .mp4 contianer to send to Youtube since I feel that I can do a 4:2:0 conversion better then they do. When you send a ProRes422, Youtube uses their RGB 4:2:2 --> YUV 4:2:0 resampling algorithm which I do not like.
Here is a video I sent from a Red one to youtube for a client: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhukZ1d5Zwc Source file was a 20 mbps 1920x1080 h.264 in a .mp4 container.
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