“Music by Nick Driftwood. This is a 10-bit 420 encode using Handbrake HEVC x265. Now you can use Handbrake to encode your HLG Rec2020 / videos. This is an extreme example at hi rez anamorphic but basically the settings for handbrake h265 HEVC encodes are the same. Use the CRF constant Rate Factor to slide/change quality (lower is better quality but longer encodes).
Use chrome or other compatible browser to view upto 8K (Anamorphic x2 desqueeze to 9 884 pixels x 3 744 pixels in great quality INTRA).
Download special commit of Handbrake or info to build your own from here: https://goo.gl/AzFyLt
The critical thing to remember is to insert the text ‘transfer=arib-std-b67’ into the Additional Options box.”
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- Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera (Body Only) – B&H
- Panasonic V-Log L Function Activation Code for DMC-GH4, DC-GH5, and DMC-FZ2500 – B&H
- Atomos Ninja Inferno 7″ 4K HDMI Recording Monitor and accessories – B&H
- SLR Magic 35mm, 50mm, 70mm 2x Anamorphot-CINE Lenses (MFT Mount), sold individually – B&H
- SLR Magic 2x Anamorphot-CINE Lens Set with 35, 50, 70mm Lenses (MFT Mount) – B&H
- SLR Magic 25mm T0.95 HyperPrime Cine III Lens and Anamorphot-40 1.33x Anamorphic Adapter Kit (MFT) – B&H
- SLR Magic Anamorphot-40 1.33x Anamorphic Adapter (Compact) – B&H
- SLR Magic Anamorphot 133X – 40 With Built-In Rangefinder – B&H
- SLR Magic Anamorphot-50 1.33x Anamorphic Adapter – B&H
- SLR Magic 25mm T0.95 HyperPrime Cine III Lens (MFT Mount) – B&H
- SLR Magic Cine 35mm T0.95 Mark II Lens with MFT Mount – B&H
- SLR Magic Cine 35mm T1.4 Mark II Lens with Micro Four Thirds Mount – B&H
- SLR Magic HyperPrime 50mm T0.95 Lens with MFT Mount – B&H
Although ADATA is not a brand I have encountered before, ADATA Technology Co., Ltd. has suddenly staked its claim to moviemakers’ and photographers’ attention with the release of its Premier ONE SDXC UHS-II U3 Class 10 memory card trio in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB sizes.
SD card speeds and capacities have been something of a moving target since Panasonic announced that its Lumix GH5 hybrid stills/video camera would be reaching a firmware update later in 2017 to add 400 Mbps 4:2:2 10-bit All-Intra video recording in 4K 30p, 25p, and 24p as well as Full HD. Will that make extra demands on SD cards? Time and the experts will tell.
I am no expert, especially on the subject of memory cards, but have sought the advice of proven experts in the past when it comes to the best SD card for shooting high bitrate 4K DCI and UHD video on cameras like Panasonic’s Lumix GH4.
Given the GH5 has yet to be released for sale in many parts of the world – I only managed to see and briefly handle a GH5 for the first time last Saturday – the jury is out regarding the best cards for now and in future.
If Sol March of Suggestion of Motion reactivates his blog soon then it may prove to be an authoritative source for hard facts on the GH5 as a documentary moviemaker’s video camera and, specifically, what SD cards will work best with it and its various modes.