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Old December 22nd, 2008, 04:04 PM   #16
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Eric,

I've had no problems using the included speedHQ codec in After Effects both in and out, but if you want maximum quality you can always install HuffYUV, a free, mathematically lossless codec. It's very light on the compression so large files are to be expected. It also handles data in YUV and RGB color spaces, but if you want the data to go back into speedEDIT it must be exported as YUV data or else you'll get garbage in speedEDIT.

PS. Don't forget to turn on the Non ITU-R BT601 color flag in your Control Tree Layer Settings panel for each clip out of the 5DMk2 to avoid the hard clipping when rendering out to RGB codec, DVD, etc...
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