The mystery of REDRAW reminds me of the scene from Spinal Tap as they discuss drummers dying mysteriously.
I'd love to see how they get 16 bits out of a 5.4 micron pixel ;)
Yes I am pretty sure the Red one encoded and created a 12bit linear file... But I don't see how that precludes epic creating a nonlinear file. Unless you know of a way to get to the picture in a epic file without the red sdk or redcineX?
Might be wrong but my guess is 12bit nonlinear otherwise Red wouldn't have made such a big deal about increased precision...
Pictures look good either way ;-)
These are the rates that I calculated for the MX sensor's 4K (4,096 X 2,304) uncompressed RAW data assuming various bit depths:
8-bit: 12.7 GB/min.
10-bit: 15.8 GB/min.
12-bit: 19.0 GB/min.
14-bit: 22.1 GB/min.
16-bit: 25.3 GB/min.
Hope that helps, and that my math is correct :).
"Pictures look good either way ;-)"
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