Omer Sehayek Posted November 11, 2017 Share Posted November 11, 2017 I have been reading about the hack for a while now and decided to give it a try today. I took the same video with the camera on a tripod filming 2 toys with different colors and small details, dark areas and bright areas, not a lot of light and strong red, blue and green colors in the frame. ISO was 200, WB was on auto, shutter speed 50, 25p, 3.2 aperture. I started with bit rate of 80 and slowly went up by +20 each time. When I got to 220 the card could not take it anymore and recording stopped after 4 seconds. I use the sandisk extreme pro 64gb 95mb/s - sound was on. I then used both after effects and premiere to scan every detail of the different videos just to see if I can see more details or anything that can give me a hint to the fact one clip is better than the other. Beside the huge difference in file size, they all looked exactly the same even when I got in 800%. The 200 had the same look as the 80! Either I am doing something wrong, or there is no point for this? what do you actually get out of it if you cant even see the difference? It`s like taking the h265 file and use editready to create a high quality prores out of it. You get a huge file that thinks it is 10bit but it`s actually just a fake one. Any one can help me see the light? thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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