mmm if you impoort a Dv footage into quicktime 7 and then export out using the new codecs you will notice the size and qualitymillypede said:No I have QT7 with Tiger but I cant seem to find any HD264 movie files any were , you know like the QT Movies Steve jobs uses during the Keynote speech.
Ok has any one got or seen any sample movies that HD264 can take advantage of? as im pretty stuck with the standard version but i would like to see what HD264 looks like, and yes I have Tiger, so dont tell me I need QT7
You're an ADC and don't know that the new codec is H.264, not HD264? I smell limewire...I cant seem to find any HD264 movie files any were
I think the more pressing question is, who wouldn't be interested? post away!Luciano said:...I own a production company that has a good bit of uncompressed HD footage, very pristeen. I can encode some of it on H264 and post it on my web server if anyone is interested?????
we aren't looking for h.264 video converted from MPEG-2.mcarnes said:As a previous guy said, just download Handbrake and make some h.264 clips yourself.
Any movie DVD you have lying around will work. I'd suggest only ripping a small chapter from the disc and not the whole disc or that will take all day.
The very first download link on that page is the version you want.
mingisback said:we aren't looking for h.264 video converted from MPEG-2.
we are looking for uncompressed video converted into h.264
handbrake's h.264 won't look any better than the original footage used.... get it?
In millypede's original post he did say H.264 and then said HD264. First he was referring to the new H.264 codec which can compress movies in any size. With HD264 he was reffering to compressing High Definition footage with the H.264 codec.pdpfilms said:You're an ADC and don't know that the new codec is H.264, not HD264? I smell limewire...
Hmm, funny, that woule make those technologies like Blu-Ray and HD-DVD a bit redundant, since h.264 will make today's DVD seem like a HD-DVD.stoid said:The point is not to see how pristine H.264 can be, but rather how good it looks at lower bitrate. What's amazing about H.264 is that you can get DVD quality footage at a far lower bitrate, perhaps even low enough to get a fine looking full length DVD size/quality movie onto a CD.