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Old April 26th, 2009, 09:10 AM   #1
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Would love to see a comparison of nanoFlash/AJA Ki Pro ProRes files.

Hi,

I know the devices are quite different, especially in size, but I'd love to know some of the pros/cons of ProRes 422 10-Bit V.S. the Sony XDCam 4:2:2 8-Bit that the nanoFlash creates.

Is it simply the LONG-GOP V.S. I-Frame / 8-Bit V.S. 10-Bit?

Without going into the obvious size/weight differences, are there any advantages to one file format over the other?

Thanks,

Jim
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well, it's rather obvious that ProRes can be read on a PC. but, not editted
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