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  • Fri, Jun 22 2007 9:50 AM

    • dori_bashan
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    DNxHD 185 Vs. DNxHD 185 X

    what is the diffrence between DNxHD 185 to DNxHD 185 X?

    is it just the 8bit/10bit color space?

    can someone please explain me more about the difrenece between  8 bit and 10 bit?

     

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  • Fri, Jun 22 2007 3:55 PM In reply to

    Re: DNxHD 185 Vs. DNxHD 185 X

    Yes - 'x' means 10 bit.

    Color bith depth basically means how accurate are you for a given value in a specified range. Computers use finite numerical value to represent an inifite analog occurence.

    In video world, 8 bit is 0-255 steps while 10 is 0-1024 for Y-Cr-Cb (the 3 digital components of broadcast video).
    They are representing the same range of 0-100 IRE (an analog measurement), but 10 bit gives you smaller 'slices'.

    Higher bit depth usually means higher storage requirements and more CPU power to process.

    hth



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