[Tig] DPX or TGA to H264 for Filmout Transfer & Digital Intermediate.
mark.indyfilmout at gmail.com
Thu Nov 5 04:34:21 GMT 2009
Please suggest any software's to convert DPX and TGA images to H264 and vice
Hope there is no quality loss or compression when i convert.
Other than FCP.
On Sun, Nov 1, 2009 at 12:21 AM, Dan Tatut <dtatut at marquise-tech.com> wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> when it comes to indy films, I've seen people sending H264 compressed
> quicktimes for print. It's often a question of low-cost editing on FCP and
> no money to conform the project on a higher cost station to deliver DPX
> I hope that helps
> Dan Tatut
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>> Can anybody suggest the best file format for filmouts without quality loss
>> and takes less file size.
>> As we know 2K DPX or Cineon are good for filmouts, but its size is aprox
>> 12MB taking more time to FTP.
>> We offer filmout / filmrecording services for independent film makers
>> wide. Most of our clients ship us dpx files on drives from different
>> countries, but few of our trailer filmout clients send us DPX or CIN Files
>> via FTP which takes more time to upload & download.
>> One of our client wants to send JPEG2000 files for filmout, we haven't
>> this format, did anybody try it for filmouts or digital intermediate. Is
>> there any quality loss.
>> Also can you suggest any software's which can convert JPEG2000 to DPX
>> without quality loss.
>> mark at indyfilmout.com
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