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Old April 30th, 2015, 06:45 AM   #16
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Gary, I have been editing it for the past month, and side by side with the 5D3 footage, its got better color, and much sharper. I can see it. Sadly, clients won't notice it once it's graded, and it cuts together seamlessly with the Canon stuff. Since I shoot mostly event stuff, Ill start the transcode at night after I transfer cards, usually takes about 15-20 minutes using EditReady.
I do a lot of transcoding, and if you can transcode H.265 material from a full length event shot in 15-20 minutes, then you are doing something that is killing the quality of the footage.

And, again, since you're saying clients won't notice, what is the point of investing in a whole new camera+lens system unless it makes a difference to your bottom line? Sounds like bad business.
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Old April 30th, 2015, 06:49 AM   #17
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at the moment, i'm only shooting 1080p. not 4K, not sure if that's the difference in transcode time.
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Old April 30th, 2015, 06:58 AM   #18
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at the moment, i'm only shooting 1080p. not 4K, not sure if that's the difference in transcode time.
Well, that makes more sense, though H.265 is quite processor intensive. Still, I use EditReady as well and it's a nifty piece of kit. Good to know it can handle H.265 already.
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