Phil A Posted March 8, 2017 Share Posted March 8, 2017 https://www.slashcam.de/artikel/Test/Panasonic-GH5---8-Bit--10-Bit--4-2-2--V-Log-L---alles-OK--.html Next part of the Slashcam review, testing 8bit vs 10bit and V-Log L. Summary: They say there is some issues how NLEs interpret the white point and black point of the footage In Premiere Pro CC neither 8bit nor 10bit fit to the whitepaper from Panasonic. In Media Player Classic - Home Cinema the files look exactly the same In Davinci Resolve under OSX the files are different again, even in comparison to Premiere Pro on Windows In FinalCut X the files are practically identical but they can't really judge the white and black point because it gives % instead of values Latitude for grading with V Log is, as expected, better with the 10bit material than the 8bit. A lot less posterization when bending the image. They think both Adobe and Blackmagic have to fix compatibility within their software to really make the most out of the footage and be able to actually judge the 10bit V Log of the GH5 Cas1, hyalinejim, Philip Lipetz and 2 others 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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