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Darren Orange

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  1. A is the RAW, B is the 4K. You can see it in the color space and the blocking. You can see the extra color detail if you zoom all the way in. B gives the illusion but its not there. On top of that you can see that A does not have the same crop as B. The frame extends wider and such an extra number shows in the barcode, kind of a dead give away that A is RAW.
  2. I would think that 5DtoRGB would do this as well, but improve the resolution without adding any "smoothing or noise" I know it worked for us on our feature InSpectres.
  3. The math from 8 bit to 10bit is sound. Just like the color is sound. You have to change your perspective. Everything operates in groups of 4. 4 boxes have the same color value...each box has a different luma value in example: 1: 50 2: 100 3: 25 4: 220 But all 1 - 4 have the same color value whatever that may be. They all share the same full range color, aka 10 bit color which is why we have a "4" in front of 4:2:0, So add the values together when you down sample to 10bit and you get 395 in a 10 bit luma space. Do the math and you hit 38.57% of the full 10 bit range.
  4. So I like this idea but I am more excited about using the 4K footage and run it though 5DtoRGB. Keeping the full 4K, getting it to 10bit and 4:4:4. I've used it for HDSLR 7D and T2I for a feature. I think it would be the way to go personally. http://rarevision.com/5dtorgb/
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