SMGJohn Posted March 26, 2016 Share Posted March 26, 2016 Someone wanted to see what JPEG 15 fps image burst was compared to the HEVC, and to say the least the difference is massive not just in the dynamic range but the pure colour information presence in the images, now I have chosen to use 1080p to show the difference as much as possible because its not as noticeable in 2160p, the only difference at such high resolution is the dynamic range, now its clear that JPEG will always be superior to HEVC in 1080p mode and perhaps even in high resolution as well simply because they contain more information per frame. The JPEG have superior resolution as well compared to HEVC even in 1080p, both JPEG and HEVC have the same settings applied to them including sharpness. Both HEVC and JPEG where colour graded in After Effects using the GammaDR2LOG -> VisionLog - LOG Generic_FujiColor 200_CIN -> Cineon to Film Contrast 01 -> Lumetri Adjustments In camera settings used for both HEVC and JPEGs are: 1/100 - F/4 - ISO100 JPEG are super fine and resolution: 2048x1152 (Downsampled to 1080p in After Effects) HEVC are Pro quality and resolution: 1920x1080 GammaDR settings: Red X1.00 - Green X0.95 - Blue X1.00 Sharpness -10 Contrast -10 Luminance 16-235 Master Pedestal not touched Picture Style Normal settings: Red X1.00 - Green X0.95 - Blue X1.00 Sharpness -7 Contrast -10 HEVC LEFT - JPEG RIGHT GRADED TOP - UNGRADED BOTTOM I uploaded these files for everyone to try them out if they want to: 103_0326 - 100ISO - https://mega.nz/#!DctRFaIY!eMeqsd-3incYu2IqBZQGW7zINRtwwF8aKO8AFd1gixQ 2592p15 - 3200ISO - https://mega.nz/#!PN0zQIIQ!7tcNWhfTOKDsUYvqZNocFb9bpnMyChdTamdawx5gbzI 3648p15 - 4000ISO - https://mega.nz/#!WdFHkAgZ!8MoMydWK55KXkOnDLR5AlwFslkC4PjZ2YDr2LKSN8KY Hanriverprod, saintsimon2016, iamoui and 3 others 6 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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