Sorry I was out yesterday and most of today. I'll concur with Topper. Anything at 2000 or above should do you just fine. I wish Auto would actually work but after lots of trial and error I go through and set everything manually. The formula you have looks like the way to go.<br><br>
FYI...I've been experimenting with BitJazz's SheerVideo codec.<br>To me it's an amazing codec. <br>It's file size is fairly small when you consider that it is a lossless codec.<br>Now for the bad news... it costs 149 bucks. But I think I am going to purchase it.<br>But you can download a demo version of the codec. <br><br>Here is what OneRiverMedia says about SheerVideo...<br>"Now here's a really cool codec. Imagine a lossless 4:4:4[:4] codec with alpha channel support that not only crunches the file size by half, but also works in real-time! In fact, this codec can render faster than real-time in most scenarios. This codec is dead accurate. And just because SheerVideo is new, don't think that BitJazz is new to the lossless codec game... they've been doing this for years with their BitJazz and PhotoJazz codecs. As of the initial posting of this codec to the OneRiver Media Codec site, the SheerVideo codec is free to use (with an expiration date on the codec). For now, this codec does not support 16-bit encoding. However, I've encountered incredible, near lossless results in 16-bit mode with this codec. Again, in real-time and half the file size! BitJazz has been adding some serious features to the SheerVideo codec, so I suspect they'll be adding support for lossless 16-bit encoding at some point. I also suspect we'll see complete integration with this codec in existing hardware, like AJA Kona SD, Pinnacle Cinewave and others. This is only a guess but the possibilities seem hopeful. For those that work in film and would like to edit in real-time lossless 4:4:4[:4], this may be the link to making that happen! For now though, you can use this excellent codec for pre-rendering, archiving or mastering with small file sizes and in real-time. Read: this is the fastest codec I've ever encoded to! Including real-time uncompressed codecs!"<br><br><br>
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