Consider that photo jpeg not always have better quality but most usually biger size. Many cases on my experience h.264 has better quality with smaller size (with properly set sharpness and noise). For me 500mb is enough to have best quality for about 40-80 sec. 1gb – 2-3 minutes. Pretty much enought and photo jpeg will not add quality.Best Regards, Andrey
Most definitely. I am working on several bundles at once at the moment. I currently just finished rendering out some stock files, using H264 codec, at 4K size (granted not RAW ), but 4K size, each clip between 8-12 seconds, and I was able to pack 50 shots a little over 500mb. I spent countless hours of experimenting with various renders before venturing into the whole bundle territory. Trying to get the best compressions, which rendered out clean, at a compression that was easy on the user, and the H264 is the way to go. Photo jpeg was too bulky. And if Panda is using Red RAW , there really is no better format and more flexible format to be working with. With the cameras I have in stock, I edit with everything from MXF , Red, DSLR , XDCAM, QT…etc Red RAW is on another level in terms of flexibility.