[vorbis-dev] ogg pic format (again).. here's why
omegadan at thehumbleguys.com
Fri Jan 26 18:06:25 PST 2001
You are correct mayn professional formats store in "uneven" formats ... I
remember reading DVCR primer that mentioned this
On Fri, 26 Jan 2001, Chris Hanson wrote:
> Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 21:33:13 -0600
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> From: Chris Hanson <cmh at bDistributed.com>
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> Subject: Re: [vorbis-dev] ogg pic format (again).. here's why
> At 2:13 PM -0800 1/26/01, rillian at telus.net wrote:
> >MNG can be used as a high quality "source" format for video such as one
> >for editing and effects work.
> "High quality" and "lossless" aren't necessarily the same thing.
> I think most DV -- including the BetaDV used by video professionals
> -- is compressed using a lossy scheme. I think it may also be
> encoded in an uneven format (with twice as many bits for luminance
> than for chromanance and a restricted bit range for all).
> Chris Hanson <cmh at bDistributed.com>
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